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Schools everywhere recently celebrated their 101st day of school but no one did it quite like our first graders! They dressed up as the beloved 101 Dalmations to commemorate the milestone...
We are proud to congratulate the WarriorBots on their performance last Saturday! The students worked very hard and we are glad to see them bestowed with the First Place Programming Award at the Silicon Valley Championship.
Valley Christian ladies (K-12) accompanied by their fathers (or father figure in their life) are invited to enjoy an evening of dinner, dancing, and fun activities at the Skyway campus Saturday, March 4, from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. in the large and small gyms. This year's theme is The Masquerade Ball.
Valley Christian art students of Mrs. Jill Carlson created beautiful portraits for children in Columbia. See the video of the children receiving their portraits.
Out of 101 students participating, 30 were from VCJH, with two of three overall festival awards of "Command Performance" awards to Melody Choi and Angela Tsang. Cadet Strings also won their first "Superior" rating.
Valley Christian groups traveled to Folsom for the 28th Annual Folsom Jazz Festival
Five junior high students and two high school student named to State Honor Bands for 2017.
32 high school semifinalists were chosen from over 70 Conservatory Music & Musical Theatre Majors and Minors who submitted performance videos. The semi-finals will be held on Monday, May 1, with the finals on Saturday, May 6.
Six Junior High Students chosen for the Bay Area Honor Choir
Click here for results from the festival. You may need to scroll down.
22 VCHS BEI students were finalists in their categories, ranging from professional selling to franchise business plans
Following VC tradition the 5th graders took their annual trip to the junior high...
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Life Science students had an opportunity to explore, observe, and discover the structures of the arm of a chicken, which is similar to the human arm.
Satellite Tracking I AMSE students learned fundamental techniques on how to track satellites last fall during after school classes that are part of the AMSE co-curricular program.
There are two upcoming, inspiring, and insightful parent nights about to happen on the Skyway Campus! We invite all K-12 parents to participate.
Last October, VCS students from the newly formed AMSE SNAP Club attended the Bay Area Buddy Walk at Lake Cunningham Park.
Five Christian Schools will participate in the January ACSI Northern California Festival, hosted for the 11th year by the Valley Christian Conservatory.
We are so proud of our students for accomplishing yet another milestone, becoming the first junior high school and high school students (as a school-wide project) to have their 3D objects printed in space aboard the International Space Station!
Mr. Leach's class partnered with the San Jose Fire Department to collect toys for local underpriveleged children...our elementary school overfilled four giant barrels with toys!
On December 4th, the above VCS students made it to the semifinals of the Northern California Fall History Bee and Bowl.
Purchase tickets at or at the California Theatre Box Office on 1st St. See flyer for your student's group performance day and time.
VCES partnered again with City Team Ministries in a mission to provide thousands of turkeys to those in need in our area.
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