We are a Christ-centered, loving school community, providing a high standard of education for Christian families, built on a biblical worldview, inspiring Christ-like character and a service to God and the world.
Founded in 1974, Valley Christian School is committed to a Biblical worldview education for Christian families. VCS assists Christian parents in providing a high standard of education and spiritual development for their children within a loving school community. We promote a Christ-like character through service to a broken world in the name and for the sake of Jesus Christ.
Students play, perform, and cheer on competitive teams while demonstrating growth in Christ both on and off the field. Our athletic programs offer coaches who care about students personal and spiritual development along with athletic performance. Students have the opportunity to compete in WIAA-1B.
VCS programs develop a strong foundation through partnerships with parents and the church to help strengthen the student’s faith in Christ. Our leaders, teachers, coaches, and mentors pour into your student's life from a Christ-centered approach through weekly chapels, Bible classes and lessons, service, prayer, and missions.
VCS offers ways for each student to express express, discover, and enhance their talents and abilities. Students are able to creatively showcase their talents through programs such as: drama, worship, art, photography, computer design, writing, band, and choir.
VCS provides many clubs and programs from pre-k through 12th grade to enhance your student's academic achievement and encourage their interests. These include: speech meet, spelling bees, after school chess, tutoring, and other field trips and clubs. VCS also offers concurrent credit and AP coursework to high school students.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) are critical in today's technology-driven world. VCS has worked to intertwine these programs throughout our current curriculum. We offer programs, such as robotics, to elementary and secondary students to foster a love of STEM knowledge.