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.
Here are several ways you (and your family) can get involved in this festive all-school event. Don't miss out on this celebration that will bring our campus schools together and recognize the cultural diversity and arts and music groups on our campus!
Both the string ensemble and the orchestra were invited to submit tapes to be considered for the state competition. Like in choir, they will not know immediately whether they will compete at state.
Congratulations to our new student body officers for 2015-2016!
Students and adult volunteers who helped on Junior Encounter this year, plus Eucharistic Ministers, Altar Servers and members of the Liturgy Band, are recognized for their service.
On Saturday, April 18 at the Portland World Trade Center, sophomore Emily Kim won first place in the high school division of the 27th Annual Oregon Japanese Speech Contest.
It's time again for scrip orders! There are only two order dates before the end of the school year, so consider stocking up now!
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!
Bailey McDevitt has signed to attend George Fox University and play basketball. Congratulations, Bailey!
Congratulations to our high school choir! In their first year competing in 4A/5A, they earned second place honors in the 2015 Oregon Music Educators Association (OMEA) district competition.
For the fifth time, Valley Catholic High School has won the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association (OACA) All-Sports Award – this year the first time as a member of the 4A Division.
Post-winter standings have just been released, and the Valiants again top the list — edging out Scappoose by 35.5 points.
Congratulations to 11 Valley Catholic School students — spanning the elementary, middle and high schools — who have qualified to participate in the Oregon Scholastic Chess Federation (OSCF) State Championship to be held on April 24-25.
On Monday, April 13, Valley Catholic Middle and High School Choir Director Jeff Evans went back to visit his alma mater, Portland State University (PSU), in downtown Portland. And he took the high school choir with him.
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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