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.
This was a Gala to remember, and our thanks go out to so many people. If you weren't able to attend (and even if you were), we hope you enjoy our video and photo gallery of the evening's celebration.
The club reached 103 percent of their goal, thanks to the hard work of the students and the generosity of donors.
Valley Catholic High School junior Rose Rogers won the district solo and ensemble festival on bassoon Saturday, Feb. 21 — for the second consecutive year.
Through its traveling crib program, Catholic Charities collects baby items and maternity supplies to support women who are facing difficult situations. Help us fill the cribs that will be placed in each of our schools March 9-13.
Alumni, please join us Sunday, March 15, before the performance of Godspell. Enjoy complimentary food and drink, catch up with friends old and new, see what's happening at your alma mater, and enjoy a great musical. Please RSVP.
Your family's future is important. Having a plan in place that provides for your children will give you peace of mind. As financial circumstances change, your estate plan must keep pace so that it will fulfill your expectations and goals.
It's time for March Madness - Valley Catholic style! The boys team will host a home game on Friday, Feb. 27. The girls team will host a home game on Saturday, March 7.
Godspell is the story of Jesus' life - set in modern times and told predominantly through song. The rock musical will open Friday, March 6. Performances will run weekends through March 15. Tickets are available for purchase online.
Congratulations to the Valiant swim team on their excellent performance at the 2015 OSAA state championships. Competing with many of the best swim teams in Oregon, the Valley Catholic girls team finished sixth and the boys team finished seventh.
On Feb. 18, 2015, the Valley Catholic community came together for an All-School Mass to observe Ash Wednesday. We have photos and videos to share.
Recently we received word from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation that our two semifinalists advanced to the finalist category. Congratulations to Kevin Alexander and Penelope Johnson.
The Winter Energizer is a high-energy, inspiring event that gives students the opportunity to learn how to be good leaders in their school and how to get more students involved in school spirit activities. More than 125 students attended.
Clara Cannon has made Valley Catholic history by becoming its first-ever Rose Festival finalist.
For the third consecutive year, the Valley Catholic Charisma Dance Team has won grand champion honors at the annual Stayton dance competition.
Accolades abound for the Valiant girls soccer team and their coach.
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