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"Blessed in the sight of the Lord is the passing of His saints," (Psalm 116:15).
Valley Christian High School loves it's Freshmen! Their success both spiritually and academically are among our main priorities.
Homecoming Spirit Week is off to a great start with the "80's Workout Day" theme!
Attendance continues to grow at our annual club fair.
Free event at San Jose Giants Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 27 - live music, speakers, worship, fireworks and family fun. VCHS performs at 6:20pm
Science club has been slimed! Students enthusiastically mixed the proper ingredients to cause a chemical reaction producing a wonderful oozy, gooey slime. Their creativity in color choices lit up the room.
The ACT seminar is ideal for all students who will be taking the ACT this year.
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.
Come cheer on the VCHS varsity football team as they face off with Milpitas High School at Levi Stadium, host of this year's Superbowl! Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to see your Warriors play under the same lights as the San Fransisco 49er's on Friday, September 18th.
Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 PM October 13 – November 17, 2015 America's Most Practical, Effective and Entertaining Parenting Program
Valley Christian Elementary School Fall Fundraiser Friday, October 2, 2015
Ansel Austin is one of 10 semi-finalists in the NASA Future Engineers Competition - Junior Division.
Accuracy, precision, and exactness are just three words that are goals for the Life Science students for this coming year as they explore, discover, and reveal many aspects of Creation through a variety of hands-on activities and laboratory experiments. Students had an opportunity....
Click here to read about Rachel Gornason ('14) and her 3rd place finish at the Trine University Kick-Off Classic for Wheaton College.
In a cultural and music exchange, VCHS musicians performed at schools and Conservatories in China during a two-week tour in July.
Challenge yourself to greater heights! That's exactly what the students in Life Science have accomplished. With a stack of ten cups and one string, they were challenged to design a pyramid using only the string to move and place the cups. With teamwork, collaboration, and strategy sharing, many groups were able to achieve the task in a very short period of time. Laughter, connecting, and relationship building along with taking their minds to greater heights is exactly what was forming in Life Science today!
Vivid Dance Team Members took top awards at the United Spirit Association Dance Camp
Our students are making great strides in their Quest for Excellence, and people are taking notice!
Students who are new to the Conservatory Program this year should attend this information meeting in the Conservatory Hall. Parents invited too! Pick up your information folder by 6pm and enjoy the ice cream social. Returning students - pick up your folder and ice cream at 6:45pm. The concert for everyone starts at 7pm.
Please click here for details regarding the start of the 2015 football season. Included are practice days and times, spirit pack information, other important dates and much more.
Fall Sports for 2015 are almost here. Click here for more information, including tryout dates and required forms.
Please click here for details regarding the start of the 2015 football season. Included are practice days and times, spirit pack information, other important dates and much more.
Please see the attached information in this article to learn how to sign up for sports this fall and when our teams will be starting.
Any student who wants to tryout for a sport next school year (2015-2016) must have a physical on file in the Athletic office. We will be hosting on-campus physicals Monday July 27th ****Call 408-513-2455 to sign-up****
at the CMT Top Honors Awards held on June 1 at the Center for Performing Arts. "Shrek-The Musical" won Fan Favorite Performance.
These class lists have been sent to the JH & HS Registrars for class placement updates.
A working pair of pliers wasn't designed by engineers, but by high school students. "It was very difficult to actually design pliers that would work," said Valley Christian High School senior Jonny Erickson. "Mostly because of the build constraints." Also, kids from Valley Christian Junior High School designed a bust of astronaut Scott Kelly, and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko. They'll send a file up to the space station, where it'll be printed and put on display.
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