Valley Catholic High School
At Valley Catholic High School, you're part of a long tradition of students who seek to discover themselves through challenging classes, competitive sports, music and theater, special interest programs, and community service.
Coos Bay, Ore. has a definite blue look and feel this week. The Valiants - boys and girls varsity teams - are competing in the 3A state championships, and both have advanced to the semifinals.
Mark your calendar for Valley Catholic's "Guys and Dolls," which will run the first two weekends of April.
Congratulations to Valley Catholic senior Sean Hilken, who has been chosen as a recipient of the Powell Scholars Program at the University of the Pacific.
Many thanks to the NHS students who organized the drive, and to all those who donated blood last week. Your donation makes a difference.
They were also excited to see that the shrubs they planted in November were starting to show new green growth.
Stayton won the division but the Charisma made it interesting by dancing a nearly flawless first-round performance and a strong second round that had fans wondering if an upset could be in the making.
We would like to share an invitation to listen to Catholic Radio KBVM and KMME during Lent for special programs.
With support from his coaches, parents and VCS Athletic Director Joel Sobotka, Cooper makes a commitment to Santa Clara. Congratulations, Cooper!
Valley Catholic was proud to host the 2014 Oregon Association of Student Councils (OASC) Winter Energizer.
We are so proud of our students and supporters for their valiant efforts of raising funds for the American Heart Association during Red-Out week.
Each year, the SSMO Foundation invites alumni to return to the campus for food and friendship. Valley Vintage is an opportunity to see classmates, visit with the Sisters, and share favorite memories with faculty and staff.
What a beautiful day to have fun in the snow with friends!
The Charisma dance team reinforced its position as one of the state's top teams by winning the 4A/3A/2A/1A division at a competition at West Salem High School on Saturday, Feb. 22. Their score of 82.50 was the highest of the 16 teams.
Both our girls and boys team continue to stay strong in the 3A coaches polls.
Our GED program is expanding, and we are in need of teachers for classes in English or Spanish on on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. or Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m.
The Outdoor Club will be indoor bouldering on Sunday, March 16 from 12:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Forms and permission slips need to be turned in no later than Friday, March 14. Click here for more info.
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The next initial Called to Protect training takes place in the VCHS Library at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 2. Contact VCHS Vice Principal Dale French (email@example.com) with questions or to RSVP.
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