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.
Learn about the stunning Italian villa that will be auctioned at the Gala, and how to submit a bid if you are unable to attend.
When high school students visited the first-grade Valiants in their classrooms, it was hard to tell which group enjoyed it more.
We are proud of Lindsie LaBonte, 3A "Player of the Year," and the two other Valiants who were named to the 3A Girls Basketball Teams.
Sixteen VCHS mathematicians have been invited to the Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament at OSU on May 17.
VCHS junior Ari Eshraghi has won third prize in the Sala Kryszek Writing and Art Competition with her art piece, "Stand Up and Sing Out."
Congratulations to Valley Catholic Athletic Director Joel Sobotka – honored by the Oregon Athletic Directors Association (OADA) as the recipient of 3A Rookie of the Year Award.
In both the Meet of Champions and the Lower Columbia Invitational, most of the athletes set season and and/or lifetime personal records.
Vote from every device--smart phone, computer and notebook--to honor Valiant Sam Teague as Athlete of the Week.
It was OSAA Champions Night at the Moda Center on Sunday, April 6, and our varsity boys basketball team members and coach Joel Sobotka were among those being honored.
At the Marist Invitational in Eugene on April 4, Valley Catholic competed against 11 other teams teams—eight of those were 5A or 6A. The boys placed eighth; the girls third.
The classes helped plant trees and remove blackberry at our campus wetland.
Valley Catholic tied for 10th in the country, with 10 students earning perfect scores.
Please welcome Valley Catholic alumna and Olympic gold medalist back to our community as the emcee for our Gala on April 26.
Valley Catholic placed third in its division and earned some of the highest scores the choir has seen in recent years.
Of the eight schools competing, Valley Catholic was the only 3A school. Junior Ryan Schmidlin of VCHS was the tournament medalist, and the team finished third.
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