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.
Senior Sannah Braun, a veteran Girl Scout of 12 years, has received the organization's Gold Award - its highest honor - for her thoughtful work on a suicide prevention video. She received the honor on May 19.
It's your last chance to stock up on your Scrip gift cards before the summer break. Orders are due Tuesday, May 26.
Valley Catholic student Philip Hwang won third place in the state in the Open I Division in the 2015 Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament(OIMT).
On May 19, Ms. Cole's Environmental Science class participated in the SOLVE Summit at Valley Catholic High School. More than 100 Washington County students attended the summit.
Three state championship competitions and a prestigious awards ceremony are the highlights of the final weekend of Valley Catholic's spring athletics season.
In their first year in 4A competition, the Valley Catholic boys golf team won silver medals for their outstanding performance at the 2015 state tournament.
Valley Catholic High School freshman Nandini Naidu has won top awards in back-to-back international science and engineering competitions. Her winning project focused on the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.
Our 2015 Celebration of Arts & Culture is barely over and we are already planning next year's event. While everything is fresh in your mind, please take one or two minutes to fill out our survey to help us plan ahead.
Our high school varsity coaches are offering camps for basketball, volleyball and boys soccer for students in elementary through high school. Come out, improve your skills and have fun!
Locks of Love has been a tradition at Valley Catholic High School since 2001. That tradition continued in 2015 with high school and middle school students taking part and parting with their hair.
We are so excited about our first foray into the world of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms. This opportunity is open to all campus families, staff and interested parties.
The competition was held Friday, May 8 at George Fox University in Newberg. Competing against choirs from much bigger schools, the Valiant choir finished ninth.
Congratulations to Kaylynn Bush, who will be playing basketball for the Mountaineers.
Congratulations, seniors! We are so proud of you and the places you'll go!
Post-winter standings have just been released, and the Valiants again top the list — edging out Scappoose by 35.5 points.
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