St. John Vianney High School, submitted by TIM. I look back on my high school days with some fondness. I wasn't as hideously unpopular as you might have assumed, I actually went to the prom and I really loved to throw things in the lunch room. What a cut up I was! One thing I really felt my high school was missing was a professionally designed web site. I am sure the students at St. John Vianney High School feel exactly the same way.
Take a lovely honey-mustard colored frame set, mix in some partially functional navigation with moronic motion effects, add just a dash of spelling and editing error and you my friend, have the recipe for one terrible web site. I would say that I genuinely hope St. John Vianney had one of their students do the site rather than getting scammed by a web designer, until I realized that if one of their students had done it they would have to list them as an alumnus.
"We aim to:
Educate for formation in faith
Provide an integral, quality education
Educate in family spirit
Educate for service, justice, and peace
Educate for adaptation and change."
Right on, train your holy Robocop! I personally pray to the Mixmaster Fresh J in the sky that whoever is responsible for this atrocity is smote with great haste and righteous wrath. I don't know what I was thinking hoping that it wasn't a student at St. John Vianney; whoever excreted this stinkpile obviously did not graduate past junior high.
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