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For third consecutive year, pianist Elliot Wuu won First Place, followed by trombonist Joseph Yang, pianist Kevin Kaiwen Li, and bassoonist Cerianne Huang.
Best Overall Production, two nominees for Best Lead Actor, one each for Best Lead Actress and Best Supporting Actress.
Science Club students study the teeth, rough scales, and digestion system of the Dogfish shark.
Team "The Century Eagles" developed a cost efficient sprinkler system that would connect to Yahoo Weather determining the optimal days to water.
This year's county fair themed end of year party will take place Friday, May 19th, 2017! We're looking for volunteers to help with..
Purchase tickets online at Tickets include appetizers, desserts and beverages. Don't miss this concert of award-winning junior high and high school jazz artists!
Students took a cruise to view Lady Liberty (Statue of Liberty) from the sea. They then visited the Intrepid Museum, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and then saw a Broadway play!
Ratios and proportions were the words of the day as students understand just how big doubling, tripling, and quadrupling really is!
Come see the fruits of 4 years of Visual Arts Study in the Conservatory.
Students visit the Liberty Bell, National Constitution Center, and Independence Hall. They then boarded the buses and headed to New York City!
The student body came together for a time of prayer and worship to celebrate the National Day of Prayer.
She was selected from over 850 student applicants and won 2nd place in ceramics.
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Finals Competition is Saturday, May 7, 7pm in the Conservatory Hall. Free admission. Come support these fine, young musicians!
Students left Washington DC and headed to Gettysburg, then to the Amish Country for a delicious dinner treat, and then on to Philadlephia.
Students visit Capitol Hill, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, and memorials.
Students visit the Newseum, Canadian Embassy, National Cathedral, Holocaust Museum, and Iwo Jima.
Students visit the Air Force Memorial, Arlington Cemetery, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Mount Vernon.
Day One of the Washington DC Trip - WWII Memorial, Washington Monument, Smithsonians, and National Archives.
Finalists will be announced on Tuesday, May 3, with finals competition held on Saturday, May 7 at 7pm.
Auditions must be made before signing up for following classes/groups: HS Wind Ensemble, HS Women's Vocal Ensemble, HS String Ensemble (new students), HS Chamber String Ensemble, HS Jazz Lab Rhythm Section, Piano Accompanists, JH Quest Band/Studio Band, JH Vocal Ensemble.
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The HS Jazz Ensemble wins in the HS Large Jazz Ensemble category; the JH Jazz Trio won the Jr. High Small Jazz Group category.
Life Science students are on a mission, again! This time, the students are exploring and discovering the various organs within the systems of the frog, as well as identifying how the systems function together to accomplish a specific purpose. From the looks of it, students are enjoying their time finding and learning together the overall function of the frog's body.
This past weekend, The Tech Museum was filled with nearly 2700 fourth through twelfth grade students as they participated in The Tech Challenge 2016: Taking Flight competition. While there were more than 200 teams of sixth grade students, Valley Christian's Rik Mukerjee and his teammates made quite a name for themselves with their Second Place in the "Best Overall" category!
Congratulations to VCJH's very own Acadia Szmauz who earned First Place at the Sharks Ice Bunny Hop Ice Skating Competition on April 17. Even though it had been nearly a full year since Acadia last competed, she brought her best skills to this new routine and nailed it!
Music Major Miles Huang also receives full scholarship to the prestigious summer program in Northwestern Michigan.
The annual festival held at San Jose State draws schools from around the Bay Area to perform and receive judges marks from the California Music Educators Association.
Don't forget that Monday, April 25th is an official, NO-SCHOOL DAY for Students and an In-Service Day for Teachers. Students are not required to come to school on this date!
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