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In Calgary, the band won "The Rose Bowl Trophy for Most Outstanding Sr. High School Jazz Band."
His performance with Ice-T and Ron McCurdy: The Langston Hughes Project, was nominated by the Jazz FM Awards for Best Live Experience of the Year. Please vote for his group!
Valley students are making their marks in the world in a positive way. We are so very proud of our finalists in the 2016 Competition for National Merit Scholarships.
Saturday, March 12, 8:30am - 1:00pm Valley Christian High School 100 Skyway Drive • San Jose, CA 95111
Don't miss our AMSE March Seminar "Being Opportunistic with Innovations in Biomedical Research" by Dr. Rita Huff.
Valley Christian Junior High is proud to announce that our very own Hunter Liu, eighth grade, has qualified as one of the top 100 students in the state of California in this year's National Geographic Bee. This is truly a great honor and an impressive achievement!
Save the date for the VCS K-8 Family Skate Night on Friday, March 11, from 7-9pm, at Sharks Ice at San Jose!
Vittal Thirumalai, eighth grader at VCJH, won first place at the recent Math League Competition. This qualifies him for the MathLeague Bay Area Middle School Championship which takes place in Saratoga this March. Congratulations!
On February 11, 2016 the ASL class was taken to breakfast by Ms. Mathison and Mrs. Huber.
Stanford Splash is a program held at Stanford University that brings high school and middle school students from everywhere to Stanford's campus for a two-day (April 9-10) learning extravaganza. Classes are taught by Stanford undergraduates, graduate students, and other community members. Classes fill up quickly! Registration begins March 16 at 7:30 pm.
Last fall, Omeed, Wilson and Dilip (juniors) competed as a team in the Cal Cup1, placing high enough to qualify VCHS to attend this year's National Scholastic Competition which will take place in June in Chicago. Later in the fall, VCHS sent a team to the Regional History Bowl where individually, Omeed placed 2nd in the U.S. History Olympiad and freshman Srikar placed 4th in the Geography Olympiad, qualifying VCHS to attend the national event this spring in Virginia.
We have added a new way to honor our hard working teachers!
The Annual Shakespeare Festival, celebrated by the Eighth Grade Honors English classes, would have made the Bard of Avon proud. Students honored his legacy by sharing in a feast and participating in Elizabethan games and activities.
6 Warriors signed National Letters of Intent to continue playing athletics in college.
From the VCHS Jazz Combos, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, to visiting university choirs such as Chapman College, the lunchtime crowd enjoys beautiful performances by great musicians.
Members of the Winter Winds Ensemble were invited to perform in San Francisco as part of the week-long Super Bowl 50 festivities.
VCHS would like to say "Thank you" for all of the donations that we received! You make a true difference in the community.
VCHS Warrior Warz - Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Faculty! "In it to Win it!!!"
Students traveled to Chabot College three times for rehearsals and performance with JH students chosen from the CMEA Bay Section.
Congratulations to the VCJH Robotics Team WarriorBots for winning the Strategy and Innovation Award at the 2015-2016 Northern California First Lego League Peninsula Championship. Forty-eight teams qualified for this championship by winning one of four awards at one of the regional tournaments in November. Thanks to VCS for all the support throughout this season!
Everyone is welcome!
After a first place win in their division, the group was one of five bands invited to finals, and won the top prize over all. Vocal Jazz Ensemble took 4th place out of 17 vocal groups competing.
Studio Band's first competition of the jazz festival season yields 5th place out of 9 bands in their middle school division.
Angeline Kiang will perform at Carnegie Hall in the Winner's Recital on February 13.
The classic French musical is a concert collaboration of the high school choir, orchestra and theatre departments.
The VCJH Aggies Club, under the leadership of advisor Mr. Dwain Fairweather, is getting down and – literally – getting dirty in the soil at Martial Cottle Park. In addition to growing both Winter Wheat and garlic, the Aggies are conducting soil tests to read the Ph levels, which help them determine what to plant where. For example, the students have learned that garlic prefers a much more acidic soil and that alkaline soil will actually produce diminished garlic. Who knew?!? The Aggies Club...that's who knew!
Fourth graders had an exciting day as they experienced "time travel" through California's history...
  • 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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