Valley Christian Junior High develops tomorrow's leaders today -- students who want to make a difference in the world, students who think school is more than mere knowledge. This is a place where students drive to excel, where teachers foster their drive, and where the school community nurtures their development.
So what do we intend to see in young men and women who have the advantage of a Valley Christian education? Students who develop the ability to think critically and solve problems; students who learn to communicate effectively and express their personal ideas, beliefs and viewpoints through writing, speaking, performance and media in an ever increasing communication-savvy world; students who, as they prepare for college and the work force, become independent and articulate learners; students who form within themselves the knowledge and responsibility for leadership; students who develop a pattern of active faith and can apply Biblical principles and a distinctively Christian worldview in a variety of settings. In the end, these young men and women know and understand, and therefore strive for a life of purpose.