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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
Best Overall Production & several Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actress nominations...
Music Majors & Minors will perform in the Conservatory Hall. Free Admission
The April 28 concert at St. Joseph's Basilica brought beauty to the incredible art of the church.
Finals will be held on Saturday, May 9, at 7pm in the Conservatory Hall. Admission is free.
The top junior high band and percussionists earned Unanimous Superior ratings from the judges on April 18
Jazz Combo won First Place, Division A and Jazz Ensemble won First Place, Division A. Both were invited to perform in the evening Festival Showcase.
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!
At Rincon Valley Christian High School in Santa Rosa on April 18, the two groups from VCHS that performed included over 50 VCHS musicians.
She will receive her Scholastic Art & Writing National Medal at Carnegie Hall in New York in June. See the photo and
Tiffany Dang, VCHS alumna (2011)and Conservatory Visual Arts Major, attends Cornell University as a Fashion Design Major. She will graduate this Spring. See her interview for the Student Design Spotlight in The Cornell Daily Sun.
The HS Spring Dance Show opens April 17, and the performs following weekend as well, April 23, 24, 25. Purchase tickets online. Click EVENTS at the bottom of the website page at www.vcs.net
Laura Albrecht is a 9th grade member of the VCHS Conservatory Chorus and Vivace Youth Chorus of San Jose.
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.
Dance members of Valley Christian's chapter of Nu Delta Alpha, the national dance honor society, held a Dance-a-Thon in the gym on Friday, March 20 after school. Over 25 students participated, with four guest teachers.
VCHS joins top local jazz performers in the annual festival sponsored by San Jose Jazz. See photos.
Both the Conservatory Chorus (mixed choir) and soloist Aurelia Vick were awarded the top award. They performed in the evening Command Performance & Sacred Choral Concert at the Capital Christian Center in Sacramento.
Out of over 200 Jazz Bands competing at the festival at the University of Idaho, VCHS was chosen as one of 15 bands to perform at the Young Artists Showcase on the final evening.
The prestigious Hilton Head International Piano Competition for Young Artists, held in South Carolina, featured 80 young musicians from around the world. Judges narrowed the field to the top 20. Elliot took First Place in the finals round on March 14.
The Chorale and the King's Men Ensemble performed during high school lunch in the Conservatory Student Life Center. See videos and
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.
To learn more about our Summer Program offerings, please view this post and click on the Summer Programs brochure. Registration is now open!
  • 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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