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The varsity girls volleyball team defeated WCAL leaguemate Sacred Heart Cathedral 25-13, 25-22, 22-25, 25-15 to win CCS Division III Championship.

“For the past five weeks, the eighth grade students of Miss White’s class have been learning about the American Revolutionary war.

The girls volleyball team defeated Aptos 3-1 in the CCS semi-finals to advance to the finals and will face Sacred Heart Cathedral.

In the SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) Challenge 2013-14 Student Art Competition.

"Emotions:Commotion" will be performed November 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30pm, with a matinee on November 22 at 3:30pm. Purchase tickets online.

The Warrior of the Week goes to Coach Jerry Hitchman. Coach Hitch and the freshman football team just finished an undefeated season and a 1st place finish in the WCAL.

James Yoder ('10) is highlighted this week in our weekly alumni watch. James just completed his football career at Menlo College and was named Team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year.

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The WarriorBots Junior High Robotics Team Moving on to Northern California Championship 2013 marks the 10th year anniversary of the Valley Christian Robotics Program.

There was standing room only at the first vocal concert of the year, featuring junior high and high school ensembles and soloists. Scroll through the photos and see video clip of the Jazz Vocal Choir

On November 21, the VCHS Symphony Orchestra not only performed, but were honored to hear the performance and testimony of world class cellist Doug McClure. See video clip of McClure performing "To Him Who Sits on the Throne," which he performed in 2000 for a gathering of Muslim world leaders.

On Friday, November 15, the VCHS Band & Guard competed on the national stage for their first time at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Jazz Dancers take an advanced class from renowned dance & musical theatre star Pauline Locsin-Kanter, as well as tour the campus and Mission.

Maddie Dilfer, Theron Kay, and Kirsten Mead signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.

Taryn Ng ('11) named First Team All-SCIAC at Occidental College.

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The Warrior of the Week goes to junior's Kara Hinton and Tina Phan for their Doubles tennis title in the WCAL Playoffs.

Every school year, the entire VCES 5th grade class heads over Highway 17 to Mission Springs Conference Center for a week of Science Camp.

Varsity football defeated St. Francis 21-14, click here to read the San Jose Mercury News article.

Read more about alumna Lexi Romanchuck ('12) and her success at Providence College on the women's hockey team by clicking here.

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The Warior of the Week goes to Junior golfer Cristina Glebova. Cristina had a 4th place CCS finish and 12th place Nor Cal finish this past week.

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Click here to see who the speakers are for November.

Click here to see who the speakers are for November.

The girls volleyball team defeated Saint Ignatius last night to clinch the WCAL championship.

Students who participated in the Cinematic Arts Bootcamp enjoyed making a film, along with camraderie and collaboration with their peers. See photos and

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