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Junior high students spend time tutoring, offering homework help, and playing with the students at Los Arboles Elementary school as a part of their Community Outreach class.
GEM ST learned about the ionic properties of molecules. The girls used different types of milk with food coloring and detergent to discover the ionic properties of molecules.
In Mrs. Shah's Physical Science class, we (junior high students) learned about the wonders of the incredible egg. We also learned about the physics of the arch model that God designed in eggs and that this is where we get the design for arched bridges! So, YES! You can walk on eggs! Watch this video and see!
Congratulations to the VCHS OAE on their 4th place in Class AA at the Bands of America Super Regional Championship on Nov. 1. See upcoming competition and performance dates.
On Wednesday October 22, the kindergarten classes visited Emma Prusch Farm.
Students Julian Sanghvi, Stefano Rivellini, Shrutik Musukula, and Rishab Yeddula represented Valley Christian Junior High School with the VCJH ISS project "High Temperature Dispersion in Microgravity to Determine Efficient Methods of Expelling Heat in Space."
Both Junior High and High School choral groups will perform at the spectacular Santa Clara Mission Church on Tuesday, October 28 at 7pm. Admission is free, but parking on campus is $5. Please arrive early for parking.
Click here to read the SJ Mercury News story on the varsity football win over St. Francis in double overtime.
The WCAL Girls Golf Tournament will take place on Monday at Spring Valley Golf Course. Click here for Tee Times.
Do you have a great idea? Do you want to be an entrepreneur or start something new? You have the opportunity to be a part of the inaugural President's Business Challenge that will give you access to top venture capitalists, business leaders, and mentors that Silicon Valley has to offer. You will have the chance to compete for prize money and winners will earn the opportunity to pitch your idea to venture capitalists. Whether your interest lies in fashion, technology, sports, music, science or others, this exciting program will help you take your business idea to the next level. Come to room C309 TODAY during lunch and hear how you can be a part of this exciting new program at Valley Christian High School. Again, President's Business Challenge information meeting will be held in room C309 during lunch.
"Blooming" is chosen as one of six Easter Seal stamp designs
The two day ACSI Honor Band Festival was held on October 16-17 at Ripon Christian School in Ripon, California. Ten Valley Christian high school musicians were chosen to participate: Serena Ang, Jonathan Chon, Clara Gunter, Maxwell Lin-He, Brian Liu, Elyssa Rhea, Shane Ryan, YiLei Henry Wang, and Wilson Wu. Congratulations!
Click here for important tryout information for winter. Any student-athlete who wants to try out for a winter 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.
VCJH STAR Club went on a treasure hunt! The treasure was a custom-built transmitter and students used a dongle at 144.220 MHz to track it down in the Observatory.
On October 14, the third grade classes ejoyed an exciting day at the Monterey Bay Aqarium. Students had a great time while they learned, discovered and explored the remarkable aquarium exhibits. They participated in a hands on learning lab and where amazed by the spectacular sea life. Afterwards the students enjoyed their lunch together and then boarded the bus to return to campus.
3D Game Design Students Challenge Mrs. Arnett to Play Their Games!
Saturday, October 25 is the date for the Quest Classic, to be held at Chabot College. 17 bands from around the Bay Area are participating in this Western Band Association field show. Valley Christian's Open Air Ensemble will perform in exhibition at 6:36pm, and the Band Boosters and alumni are running the show.
It's the age-old tale of Boy-Meets-Girl and the complications which ensue intrigue every audience. No musical puts it on stage better than "Anything Goes." This show is an amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter's magical scores, featuring familiar tunes: It's De-Lovely, Friendship, I Get A Kick Out Of You, All Through The Night, Anything Goes, You're The Top and Blow, Gabriel, Blow.
W.E.B. (Where Everybody Belongs) activities are building positive relationships on the junior high campus!
This program is an excellent opportunity to shine a spotlight on students who have distinguished themselves through community service, and celebrate the spirit of volunteerism throughout the student body. We hope you'll encourage your youth volunteers to apply. 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards are open to students in grades 5-12 who have participated in a volunteer activity within the past year. Honors are granted at the local, state and national level. Top honorees earn cash prizes and all-expense-paid trips to Washington, D.C. for four days of special recogniti
On Friday, September 26, 645 exuberant Junior Highers took to the track for an afternoon of fun in the annual JH Jog-a-thon. This event has consistently raised valuable monies to help the JH Parent Teacher Prayer Fellowship (PTPF) facilitate their various activities throughout the year. With over 100 amazing parent volunteers assisting the JH staff on the track, students enjoyed running, fellowship, dunk tanks, and prizes. Students were given extra incentive to gather pledges. If they raise over $45,000.00, our very own principal, Mrs. Arnett will "Walk the Plank" and take the plunge into the Skyway swimming pool dressed in her best work clothes! Also, any student who brought in pledges over $750.00 will get to pour cold water over the head of our Dean of Students, Mr. Parmenter. As of now, pledges are coming in, but it's safe to say Mr. Parmenter is in for a triple threat, and Mrs. Arnett, well, it's looking like she will be getting wet as well! Thank you everyone for a wonderful event!
On September 30th, the JH Softball team hosted over 70 young softball players, ages 5-14, on our brand new softball field for an afternoon clinic. The visiting players enjoyed two hours of hitting, fielding and base running drills under the direction of Coach Steve Wilson, Coach Kirk Zobac, Coach Chanae Jones and the entire JH Softball team. There were also several VC High School players that volunteered their expertise. The event also included former Stanford pitching coach Letty Olivarez. Thisclinic allowed the entire team the privilege of serving those in the community and share the blessing of their ability and the VC facility with others. It was a great day for all and an incredible opportunity for the VC Softball program to unite for a great event offered to the community.
The VCJH Softball team hosted their 2nd annual softball clinic for students ranging from 5 years old to 14 years old.
Each week, the JH Photo classes are challenged to photograph something they would not normally think about. The students are given just one word and have to photograph their interpretation of that word. The photographs are submitted anonymously and critiqued by fellow students as to their strengths and weaknesses. Finally, the students cast their votes and the top three places are announced. The winner gets to take a prize from the prize bag. Last week, our word was "transportation." Enjoy the students' interpretations!
New for 2014-2015 – SOAR Mathematics SOAR Math is a brand new accelerated math pogrom for 4th and 5th grade students at Valley Christian Elementary Schools.
Don't miss this 1950's twist on an old Shakespearian classic! September 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 at 7:30pm; September 24 at 6pm (understudy show); September 26 at 3:00pm matinee. Purchase tickets online
Caitlin Brenton ('11) was named athlete of the week by UC San Diego and the CCAA for her performances against Cal State Stanislaus and Chico State in Women's Volleyball.
Samantha Han ('13) placed 3rd in the 1st tournament of the year for Washington University (St. Louis) while on its way to winning the tournament at Olivet. Washington University is currently the #1 ranked Women's Golf team in Division 3
Sara Van Wagoner ('14) scored in the 109th minute against Point Loma to give the Sonoma State women's soccer team a 1-0 victory in San Diego. Click here for the full story.
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