History 

In 2015 Vandebilt Catholic began a strategic planning process by gathering members of our community together to create a collective vision for the future. The Terrier Blueprint was a collaborative effort that included contributions from parents, teachers, students, alumni, and the Vandebilt Catholic consultative board. The incredible advancements that we have experienced in spirituality, facilities, finance, and academics over the last 5+ years are a direct result of that strategic planning process and the generosity of our benefactors.

2021 Terrier Blueprint

In 2021, a new Terrier Blueprint  was published with a collaborative vision for the next 5+ years. 

If you would like to be a part of the strategic planning process or have any questions about this process, please feel free to contact Jeremy Gueldner, President or Doug Hamilton, Advancement Director/Alumni Director.

Master Planning

  • Master Planning is an important process for any school as it provides a long-term vision for future campus development. An important aspect of this plan is that it provides facility improvements in every area of the Vandebilt Catholic campus, impacting students in a holistic way.

    • Faith - Chapel

    • School Safety - Perimeter Fence, Lighting, Cameras, Improved Traffic Flow

    • Academics - Resource Center, Academic Excellence Center, Digital Media Center

    • Social/Emotional - Guidance Center

    • Athletics - Fieldhouse, Covered Practice Facility with Turf, Bleachers, Track, Softball Field

Photograph of Jeremy Gueldner
Jeremy Gueldner
President