Delone Catholic High School is proud to offer a selection of courses in different disciplines through our partnership with The Virtual High School. These courses can be a fruitful supplement to a student’s coursework. Credit within an academic discipline will only be offered for courses that are at the AP® level. All other courses taken through VHS will be granted only an elective credit. DCHS pays for the fees associated with these courses, unless a student fails or withdraws, in which case the parents of that student are responsible for all costs associated with the course. These courses are only for the highly motivated and capable student. Approval to take any VHS course must be granted by the DCHS department chair.
Virtual High School Coordinator
A Note from Mr. Fournie
I'm excited for my second year at Delone Catholic! Most of the time, you'll find me in the library fulfilling various roles, from assisting research projects to curating displays to coordinating our Virtual High School program. When I'm not working in the library, I'm teaching Sociology, American Government, and Creative Writing.
For virtually my entire life, I've been involved in Catholic education, both as a student (pre-K through grad school) and as an educator (8 years in both middle and high school English and Social Studies).
I'm incredibly grateful for the opportunity to serve the students of Delone Catholic.
Master of Fine Arts, Fiction Writing, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2016
Master of Education, Specializing in Language Arts Instruction, University of Notre Dame, 2008
Master of Arts, English and History, Marquette University, 2006
Writing Tutor, Teaching Assistant, University of Missouri-St. Louis (St. Louis, MO), 2014-2016
Social Studies Teacher, English Teacher, Coach, San Juan Diego Catholic High School (Austin, TX), 2011-2014
Social Studies Teacher, English-Language Arts Teacher, Athletic Director, Coach, Marian Middle School (St. Louis, MO), 2008-2011
English-Language Arts Teacher, Coach, Yearbook Coordinator, St. Austin Catholic School (Austin, TX), 2006-2008