Valley Catholic Middle School
Valley Catholic Middle School gives you three years of opportunities to discover your unique academic strengths, explore your spirituality, deepen your commitment to social responsibility and prepare for high school and college.
Don't miss our Open House: Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014 from 2-4 p.m.
Everyone on the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon campus benefits from gifts made to the annual fund. The Annual Fund provides resources needed to continue the mission of the Sisters. The faces tell the story of the impact of your gift. Make a difference with your gift.
We are grateful for every contribution to our campus, and thank our campus family for their participation in our fun Giving Tuesday campaign on Facebook.
Want to give a gift to your child's teacher but don't know what to get? Let them choose! Scrip is easy, and it's sure to be the perfect fit.
They are off to a great start, with 540 people already trained. With many events yet to come, they are confident they can reach last year's total of 1,549.
This month, Zack will fence in the Cadet North American Cup competition in Dallas. Andrew is preparing for the Y12 North American Cup in Memphis in March. We know they will both perform Valiantly!
Ten Valley Catholic students spent the day at Portland State University with 25 other Oregon schools learning about African culture, history and current events.
Thanks to our parents for helping students create a one-of a-kind item that will be auctioned at our school's annual Gala in April. This year, families will have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction the night of the Christmas concert.
As part of the middle school program, all grades are required to complete five service hours each semester. All hours must be completed on the Valley Catholic Campus or for a related SSMO campus project. Find out more here.
Parent Mini-Classes are classes designed to give middle school parents an overview of the topic listed and to provide insight regarding issues that directly relate to their students' lives at school.
The money raised from this auction goes towards the purchase of Christmas meals and Fred Meyer gift cards for the families we are sponsoring over the holidays.
This information is geared specifically to our middle school families. Please take a moment to learn more about the specifics of our Annual Food Drive, an important VCS tradition and service to our local community.
We are looking for 10 Valley Catholic families who would like the opportunity to host a Japanese student from Hirosaki City Jan. 6-11, 2014. The students are visiting to study English and learn about our American culture.
Here is some updated information regarding the Middle School Christmas program Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 6:45 p.m.
To raise food for the December food drive, there will be 6 special dress days given to students who bring in the day specific food item. Those students will also get the opportunity to participate in a lunchtime activity.
Valley Catholic School is offering window clings with the VC logo in blue or white. Order yours today.
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