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Shota Homma Wins State Level of MTNA piano competition, and moves up to the Southwest Division Round on January 2.
Mrs. Diane Clemons visited VCES this week for chapel.
Click here for important tryout information for spring. Any student-athlete who wants to try out for a spring sports team must have a current physical (that covers their entire season of sport), concussion form, and parent consent form on file in the athletic office. Printable Athletic Physical Form under related files.
Special guest artist Nadia Shpachenko-Gottesman, pianist and percussionist, performs in recital and provides a masterclass for the high school piano classes on Friday, January 23. Two performances - 10:55am and 1:05pm in the Conservatory chapel.
Students in the sixth grade earth science class used Slinkys to model different types of seismic waves. Photo information: Tyler Roberts, left, and Nakai Miles, right, use a Slinky to model the movement of an S-wave, while Joshua Taylor, center makes a video of the demonstration on his iPad. An S-wave is a type of seismic body wave.
The hip bone's connected to the leg bone.....well, a little more scientific than this fun song, students are learning the sixteen major bones of the human body. Along with understanding their proper name and location, students are discovering the connection between each bone and how they work together to support and provide movement for our bodies. Creating their own clay models, students were challenged to label the major bones along with retelling the functions of the individual bones.
ISS students are testing high heat dissipation in microgravity. Students came up with the design on paper, then they created a schematic. We then built a prototype and tested it. The next step was to print circuit boards based on our design. Students then assembled the components on the circuit board and ran several tests before sending it into space. Super capacitors were used to heat up a resistor that would easily relay the heat to LCD paper. The LCD paper turned different colors depending on temperature.
Four HS and Two JH Students Were Accepted and Invited to Participate in the 2015 California All State Music Education Conference at the Fresno Convention Center, February 19-22.
Nine JH students were named to the Bay Area Honor Choir and participated in the event at Chabot College on Jan. 9. Three JH students named to the National Honor Choir will travel to Salt Lake City in February to perform at the ACDA National Convention and with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
VCJH is so excited to share the great news of Victor Liu (Eighth Grader). Victor participated in the 2014 US Table Tennis National Championships December 16-20, 2014. He won the Gold of Boys Cadet, Bronze of Junior Boys and Bronze of Mens under 21. In the national teams trial, Victor is selected as member of both Cadet (Under15) and Junior(Under18) national team of USA Table Tennis 2015. Victor will represent USA to compete in the international cadet and junior events in 2015.
Once a Warrior always a Warrior! Valley Christian is blessed to watch former athletes depart our athletic programs and enter into the competitive world of college and professional sports. This fall and winter our Warriors have made waves of success all over the nation.
Celebration of Life - Jonathan Hughes ('08), Sunday December 28th, 2014, 2:00pm at VCHS Main Gym, 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA. 95111
Six students chosen for the Junior Conservatory Worship Team. The group will begin rehearsals and perform at chapels starting in January.
Please enjoy this eCard from Nathaniel Ekstrand, 3D Animation Level 2.
Performances by some Conservatory groups at the California Theatre Christmas Concerts are available here to view.
JH Wrestlers spend their Friday afternoon donating Toys
ISS students working diligently on their project headed to space!
Click here to see the Fall WCAL All League Recipients from Valley Christian.
W.E.B. (Where Everybody Belongs) activities are building positive relationships on the junior high campus!
Life Science students had an opportunity to extract strands of their own DNA.
The annual VCES food drive was a huge success again this year.
The Nigel Lythgoe Dizzy Feet Foundation performance was choreographed by Emmy-award winning choreographer Mandy Moore at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
On October 24, Elliot performed in New York at the United Nations 69th Anniversary Concert with Internationally-renowned concert pianist Lang Lang & Friends. He was also interviewed on SiriusXM radio, and performed at other venues in New York.
Eight Conservatory Theatre Majors and Minors will perform their Senior Showcase on Saturday, Dec. 6, 7pm, in the main theatre. Free Admission.
On November 21, at the College of San Mateo, the Jazz Ensemble scored highly and five students received Outstanding Soloist awards.
Meena Rakasi, a (VCJHS) student from San Jose, was honored today as one of the brightest middle school students in the world at a national awards ceremony sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY).
In the Western Band Association California State Championships held at Fresno State on Nov. 22-23, the VCHS Open Air Ensemble competed against bands from both Northern and Southern California.
The Warriors defeated Palma 14-7 on the road in the 1st game of the Open Division CCS Championships.
The Warriors won their 3rd Division 3 crown in as many years by defeating Sacred Heart Cathedral 3-1 on Saturday.
Three shows in the Black Box Theatre - Nov. 20, 21, 22 at 7pm. Purchase tickets online or at the box office.
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