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The annual VCES food drive was a huge success again this year.
The Nigel Lythgoe Dizzy Feet Foundation performance was choreographed by Emmy-award winning choreographer Mandy Moore at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
On October 24, Elliot performed in New York at the United Nations 69th Anniversary Concert with Internationally-renowned concert pianist Lang Lang & Friends. He was also interviewed on SiriusXM radio, and performed at other venues in New York.
Eight Conservatory Theatre Majors and Minors will perform their Senior Showcase on Saturday, Dec. 6, 7pm, in the main theatre. Free Admission.
On November 21, at the College of San Mateo, the Jazz Ensemble scored highly and five students received Outstanding Soloist awards.
Meena Rakasi, a (VCJHS) student from San Jose, was honored today as one of the brightest middle school students in the world at a national awards ceremony sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY).
Our third theme: Christmas - God's Son has come!
Our third theme: Christmas - God's Son has come!
In the Western Band Association California State Championships held at Fresno State on Nov. 22-23, the VCHS Open Air Ensemble competed against bands from both Northern and Southern California.
The Warriors defeated Palma 14-7 on the road in the 1st game of the Open Division CCS Championships.
The Warriors won their 3rd Division 3 crown in as many years by defeating Sacred Heart Cathedral 3-1 on Saturday.
Three shows in the Black Box Theatre - Nov. 20, 21, 22 at 7pm. Purchase tickets online or at the box office.
Come hear Kevin Compton speak about Venture Capitalist Investment Insights on Nov. 21, 2014 in the Conservatory Hall.
Once again Science Camp is a highlight for our 5th grade students.
Click here for CCS and NorCal Playoff schedules and admission fees.
8 Valley Christian Senior's signed National Letters of Intent to play Intercollegiate Athletics. Click here to see where they are committing to play.
Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team for its 2nd place finish in Division 3 at the CCS Meet. Click here to see final results.
In the Western Bands Association (WBA) competition at Independence HS, VCHS took the first place trophy in Class AAA, and earned awards for Best Visual Effect, Best Music, and Best Percussion. The next competition is this Saturday, Nov. 15 at James Logan HS,Union City. Don't miss the on-campus Preview of Champions on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 8pm in the Skyway stadium.
Karissa Molitor achieved First Place All Around at the USA Gymnastics 2014 NorCal Level 5 State Championship
Our second theme: Margins - balancing our lives and making room for what's important.
Our second theme: Margins - balancing our lives and making room for what's important.
Junior high students spend time tutoring, offering homework help, and playing with the students at Los Arboles Elementary school as a part of their Community Outreach class.
GEM ST learned about the ionic properties of molecules. The girls used different types of milk with food coloring and detergent to discover the ionic properties of molecules.
In Mrs. Shah's Physical Science class, we (junior high students) learned about the wonders of the incredible egg. We also learned about the physics of the arch model that God designed in eggs and that this is where we get the design for arched bridges! So, YES! You can walk on eggs! Watch this video and see!
Congratulations to the VCHS OAE on their 4th place in Class AA at the Bands of America Super Regional Championship on Nov. 1. See upcoming competition and performance dates.
Our first theme: Culture Changers - making a difference for Christ in the culture we live in.
A summary of the seven chapel themes for this year.
Chapel Themes for 2014-2015
Our first theme: Culture Changers - making a difference for Christ in the culture we live in.
On Wednesday October 22, the kindergarten classes visited Emma Prusch Farm.
  • Elementary School 1450 Leigh Avenue
  • 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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