Valley Christian Junior High has a wide variety of clubs available. Here is a sampling of some of our past clubs:


The Valley Aggies Club working in cooperation with Jacobs Farm/Del Cabo, a certified organic farm in San Jose will promote environmental awareness, develop agricultural engineering skills, provide ecological research opportunities, and build business skills. Numerous activities involve students in hands-on projects such as, raising crops, organic farming, urban farming, environment studies, ecological studies, building of bird habitats, forming a business plan, public relations, and marketing. The Valley Aggies Club... we’re diggin’ it! 


Our club is open to all junior high students interested in learning or playing tournament chess. Tournaments are usually held on Saturdays. Students who play in tournaments will earn a U.S. Chess Federation rating. Playing chess is like an exciting story, where the story unfolds, strategies are formed and changed, suspense grows, and then the final drama unfolds where one king has no place to hide but to concede unless a stalemate ensues. Your story is just a move away. 


This club is open to all students who enjoy the competition, excitement, strategy, and fun of gaming. We will participate in a variety of games from card games to board games to digital games. 


GEM ST stands for Girls love Engineering, Math, Science, and Technology. We invite you to join this fabulous club where you can do cool math, science, and engineering! Do you think it is fun to build, create, get messy, use tools, and mix stuff up? GEM ST club gives girls the chance to try new things with their friends and to succeed without the pressure of grades, test scores, or boys watching. 


Do you need some assistance in English or math... don’t we all?? Now you can seek help everyday after school. Drop in and get the help that you need 


Lunch Bunch Reading Club happens every Monday in the Library during lunch break. Junior High students bring a book and their lunch, and sit at the tables to silently read for the entire lunch period. Prizes are awarded for regular attendance. No homework allowed! 


This is an exciting opportunity to grow in your understanding and knowledge of mathematical concepts. The club competes in several local and national assessments and competitions, such as the Chi Alpha Mu National Honors Society, Online Math Competitions, American Regional Math League, National Assessment Testing, MathCounts, and the Math Olympiad. 


Do you love to experiment and test new ideas and theories? Do you enjoy science and wish to challenge yourself beyond the classroom? Then this is the club for you! The JH Science Club works on various aspects of scientific study and research, such as Science Fairs, Project Research, Aquariums, Dissections, Experiments, and much more! 


The STAR club is for all junior high students who have an interest in wireless communications. We will be tracking satellites, performing experiments with radio technology, developing emergency radio service skills, preparing for the FCC Technician Class Radio Exam, and, for licensed operators, receiving and transmitting Radio Communications. This is the perfect club for students who enjoy hands-on projects that both challenge and intrigue. Join us for the most exciting lunch activity around as we reach for the stars! 

  • 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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