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May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Month, a time to celebrate the contributions and achievements of this diverse community in the United States. As Christians, it is essential to acknowledge and appreciate the richness of cultures and experiences that make up the AAPI community and to reflect on how we can better love and serve our AAPI brothers and sisters. 

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Celebrate Diversity Month

Many of the world’s problems are rooted in the refusal to appreciate others. It is natural for humans to fear what they don’t know, but God has designed a way to move us beyond our fears. For that reason, Valley Christian Schools highlights Celebrate Diversity Month to encourage us to seek knowledge about diversity to understand better the rich tapestry of God’s kingdom on earth and in heaven. 

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Women's History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month with VCS! Since the 1980s, the United States has commemorated Women's History Month in March, and people worldwide celebrate International Women's Day on March 8. These days and months allow us to remember and celebrate the contributions of women in history and contemporary society, as well as advocate for the honor women deserve.

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A biblical view of equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging.

On June 24, 2021 our Board adopted a Biblical Unity statement which is the only means of achieving biblical diversity, equity, and inclusion which can be read in our Philosophy of Christian Education. This statement can be summed up into seven principles.
  1. Welcome all people of diverse origins. Valley Christian Schools represents a culturally diverse community of students, families, faculty, staff, and Board members of many nations, ethnicities, cultures, and languages. 
  2. Include all of God’s children to reveal His beauty. Such an enriched tapestry of God's children provides an enhanced and remarkable view of God's beauty.
  3. As a community and individuals, model and teach, “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous, so that He will forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness” including racism, hate, and injustice (1 John 1:9). The redemptive work of Jesus Christ and the Bible's teachings are the only means of achieving biblical diversity, equity, and inclusion. 
  4. Teach and model Biblical Unity. VCS strives to teach and model biblical unity in all instruction and activities.
  5. Defeat partiality by loving as God loves. God does not show partiality toward anyone. He created all people, fearfully and wonderfully, in His image, and everyone must treat others as worthy of human dignity, honor, and respect. To achieve this goal, everyone at VCS should obey Jesus's command to “love the Lord your God with your heart, soul, and mind and love your neighbor as yourself.”
  6. Set attitude and conduct standards for all based on Jesus’s teachings in the Bible. The teaching of Jesus and the Bible set the standards for VCS Board members, employees, and students regarding their attitudes and conduct toward all persons representing the many ethnicities, cultures, disabilities, religious affiliations, and beliefs in the VCS community. 
  7. As image-bearers of God, celebrate our distinctive characteristics of ethnicity, national culture, gender, tribes, and languages with God’s love for one another in unity for God’s glory. As image-bearers of God, our distinctive characteristics of ethnicity, national culture, gender, tribes, and languages are reasons for celebration. Through love, we form the “perfect bond of unity.” “Let us love one another, for love is from God…God is Love.” 

Philosophy of Christian Education
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To respect, value and celebrate all people on our campus.

All campuses will work together to make all feel respected, valued and celebrated. Administrators will make diversity and inclusion a priority. Efforts will be made every year to ensure diversity and inclusion remain a priority.

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