Valley Catholic Elementary School
As a Valley Catholic Elementary School student or parent, you are part of a joyous faith community dedicated to providing spiritual, intellectual, cultural, social, emotional, and physical education for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Learn about our mission, philosophy and school-wide learning expectations. You can view our school brochure here.
Valley Catholic Elementary School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA).
Our school hallways got plenty of traffic this past week, and we're still beaming from the joy we experienced as a result of having so many special guests with us.
Only three short weeks from now, we'll be celebrating Valley Catholic School at Montgomery Park. However, we still have more work to do before the big event. Here are some ways you can get involved.
CYO players wearing their jerseys will receive free admission and a frozen lemonade, plus free admission for their immediate families. Join the fun!
The beautiful weather on Sunday, Jan. 25 didn't deter families from turning out to the Open House held by the Early Learning School, Elementary and Middle Schools. We appreciate the many people who took the time to visit our campus!
Several Cub Scouts from VCES Pack #136 received special honors for their reverence from Archbishop Sample at the Archdiocesan Religious Emblem Recognition Ceremony and Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Described as a woman "who spent her entire adult life devoting herself to her family and the church," Marlene Schmidt Duyck '59 received the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, presented by Valley Catholic School and the SSMO Foundation.
Wednesday morning the whole campus came together to celebrate Mass. Archbishop emeritus John Vlazny presided at the service, attended by more than 1,000 students, faculty, staff, Sisters and guests.
It was hard to tell who was more delighted: the children or their special guests. All enjoyed the special program and tours of the school. Here we share some photos and a short video from the event.
Because current VCES fifth-grade students are already part of the Valley Catholic system, the application process is a little different than it is for non-VCS students.
Daughters & Dads — Please join us for a fun afternoon of dancing, crafts, face painting and friends! To register, please fill out this form and return it with payment to the school office no later than Friday, Feb. 6.
We've added a webpage with the prayers the students recite regularly as well as the prayers they learn each school year.
Each day, thousands of people see the historic Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Motherhouse and wonder about the lives of the women who call that building their home. On Sunday, Feb. 8, they can find out.
The Oregon Right to Life (ORTL) group is hosting writing, drawing, and short film contests that promote the theme "We are the Pro-Life Generation."
If you are willing and available to assist at lunch recess between 11:05 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. during the school year, you will earn two hours of volunteer service each time you help.
Here are some tips for keeping your children healthy and flu-free.