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.
The Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon campus sparkled as Valley Catholic High School faculty and staff welcomed a record number of families during the school's 2014 open house.
No rain...no gain. That could have been the slogan for the fifth annual Valiant Invitational on Oct. 17.
When it comes to ethics and the environment, knowing the facts is the key to making informed decisions. That was the message from Tony Schick of OPB's EarthFix to Valley Catholic students.
Last Saturday, VCHS junior Jessi Beyer led the second annual Friends of Jordan 5K & Kids' Run. Many participants were from VCS, including some of Jessi's teachers and members of her soccer team.
For a glimpse into the Valiant football team's mindset, check out this article published online by the Beaverton Valley Times.
Get geared up to cheer for the Valiants! Stock up on spirit wear for the whole family.
The Valley Catholic Outdoor Club kicked off the year with a five-mile hike through Silver Falls State Park.
Along with a group of Valley Catholic High School seniors, the seventh-grade class traveled to Rockaway Beach, a small beach community just north of Tillamook.
During the week of Oct. 6 to 9, Valley Catholic High School took part in "Pink Week" to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research.
Our sincerest thanks and gratitude go out to all who participated this year. Your generosity gives our students the means to pursue opportunities and the confidence to find their passions.
The soups were simmering. The guests were sharing notes about their favorites. Cellphones were flashing and the Twitterverse was buzzing. Soup's On 2014 drew 375 guests - the highest attendance since the event began in 2011 - and raised the most dollars to date for the Oregon Food Bank.
During Diversity Week, our mission was to accept all people and embrace the diversity of our school.
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