News and Announcements


Thank you to everyone that supported our $10,000 Drawdown on the River and Silent Auction! It was a HUGE SUCCESS for our #FlashesFamily, and many people went home winners!

39th Annual Drawdown on the River

We are extremely excited for the 39th Annual Drawdown on the River to return to Levee Street Warehouse on February 20, 2022.  Join us once again for a chance to win $10,000! We are thrilled to be able to host this long-standing event IN-PERSON this year!


You made a difference for #VicksburgCatholicSchool! The 2021 #iGiveCatholic Giving Day has ended, and money raised will to go towards the worthwhile cause of making improvements to Farrell Stadium.


In an effort to support our #FlashesFamily, proceeds from #iGiveCatholic will go directly to the worthwhile cause of making improvements to our Vicksburg Catholic School Farrell Stadium. Your contributions are appreciated and we Thank You, in advance, for supporting Vicksburg Catholic School


Our 7th Annual #SpookySprint 5K Run/Walk, 1-Mile Fun Run, and Carnival was a HUGE SUCCESS! Thank you to our participants, sponsors, volunteers, and supporters!!!!!!!!

7th Annual Spooky Sprint

Join us for the 7th Annual Spooky Sprint 5K (Run & Walk), 1 Mile Fun Run, and Carnival in historic downtown Vicksburg! This event is open to everyone - all ages, groups, and families! Costumes are encouraged, but are not required. Can't join us that day? Sign up for the Virtual 5K and we will send you a t-shirt for your support!
To register as a participant or sponsor, please visit:


Please take a few minutes to read the attached letter and updated Covid-19 protocols from the Diocese of Jackson. In agreement with the letter from the Office of Catholic Education, we are pleased with how well our school has fared this year with our Covid protocols in place. Cases and exposures have steadily declined since the beginning of school, and we feel confident that VCS can safely move from Level 3 to Level 2 protocols as outlined in the attachment.

What does this mean for us?
Students must wear a mask in the following situations:
Entering the building each day
Cafeteria until seated to eat
Classrooms when working in groups or moving around
Large group indoor events such as programs, athletics, and Mass
Any other indoor public spaces
Students may remove their mask in the following situations:
Classrooms while seated at their desks
Cafeteria while seated and eating
Outdoor spaces
These new protocols will begin Monday, October 4. As always, we will monitor the situation and adjust our protocols as needed. Sanitizing of the facilities and distancing will continue. Please speak with your student about the importance of following the new guidelines so that we may safely and smoothly make this transition.
RSS Feed