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Students traveled to Chabot College three times for rehearsals and performance with JH students chosen from the CMEA Bay Section.
Studio Band's first competition of the jazz festival season yields 5th place out of 9 bands in their middle school division.
Angeline Kiang will perform at Carnegie Hall in the Winner's Recital on February 13.
The classic French musical is a concert collaboration of the high school choir, orchestra and theatre departments.
Morgan Hill Times states - A talented and charismatic 13-year-old teen with a passion for singing and entertaining advanced to the semifinal round of the South Bay Teen Idol 2016 competition after her performance Jan. 10 in Los Gatos.
Professional photos of most of the students were taken during the California Theatre Christmas Concerts. See if you can find your student!
Tickets now on sale online - boxoffice.vcs.net. See flyer for which groups perform on each night.
Come see the Open Air Ensemble in their preview show for friends and family before Saturday's State Championships. Free admission, coffee, cocoa and cookies. 8pm, in the stadium
Open Air Ensemble to compete on the national stage at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis, Indiana on Friday, Nov. 13
Nov. 5-7, 7pm. Tickets available online or at the boxoffice.
JH & HS will perform on Tuesday, October 27, 7pm Free Admission
21 bands to compete/perform at Chabot College. Hosted by the VCHS Band Boosters
"Sounds of Autumn" will feature all junior high bands and percussionists. Free admission, 7pm in the Conservatory Hall.
Singers perform with over 400 high school men in this annual event.
Free event at San Jose Giants Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 27 - live music, speakers, worship, fireworks and family fun. www.cathedraloffaith.org. VCHS performs at 6:20pm
Sons of Serendip, finalists from Season Nine of America's Got Talent, wowed the junior high with a concert featuring beautiful music through the use of a harp, piano, cello, and voice.
These class lists have been sent to the JH & HS Registrars for class placement updates.
Order tickets online-click on EVENTS at the bottom of vcs.net for ticket link
The top junior high band and percussionists earned Unanimous Superior ratings from the judges on April 18
Kiana Naderi will compete in finals of the South Bay Teen Idol singing competition on April 25. Please come and vote for her!
Blending Art and English "Observation Sparks Imagination" Students in English and Art classes came together to collaborate on the writing of poems based on landscape drawings by the art students.
Disney's musical will thrill you with song, dance and fun. Get tickets now online!
Valley Christian Junior High participates in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Art Festival each year. Student work is given a rating of Superior, Excellent, or Good. The highest scores in each division are then awarded medals. Twenty-seven VCJH students entered photographs and drawings last Thursday for judging. A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes out to these students for their exemplary work!
VCS families & the public are invited to a spectacular concert by one of the leading guitarists in Christian and mainstream music. Tuesday, April 14, 7pm in the Conservatory Hall, Skyway Campus. All ages are invited. Purchase tickets online.
In JH Photo class, students are creating a cupcake business. The objective is to learn how to photograph foods and think through all of the details in starting a business, from scratch (pun intended). We started the project by brainstorming necessary steps which included choosing location, hours, product, marketing, name, slogan or motto, and, of course, the Signature Cupcake. After watching an episode of "Cupcake Wars" for inspiration, students broke into groups of two and designed their menu and then frosted and decorated their cupcakes. Using a light box, students photographed their creations, checked them for clarity, and then enjoyed eating them. The next step is to create the business brochure with all the descriptions of what they will be serving, including that signature cupcake. Lastly, each group will present their "business" to the class. Using a rubric, their peers will judge which cupcake business is most likely to thrive and survive in the Bay Area. It's a great learning experience - and tasty, too!
Someya Bagai (8th)and Preethi Kumar (6th) were chosen for the 2015 American Choir Directors Association (ACDA)National Honor Choir. They performed at the national convention and also with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in their hall and the Tabernacle.
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  • San Jose, CA 95125 408.559.4400 FAX: 408.559.4022
  • Junior High 100 Skyway Drive, Ste. 130
  • San Jose, CA 95111 408.513.2460 FAX: 408.513.2472
  • High School 100 Skyway Drive, Ste. 110
  • San Jose, CA 95111 408.513.2400 FAX: 408.513.2527
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