Valley Christian Schools exist as a flourishing faith-based education system to transform lives by loving more, expecting more, and being more. 

Love More (Nurturing the Spirit)

 Christian Education begins with a loving, supportive, and nurturing environment that communicates the inherent worth of every child. 

Expect More (Challenging the Mind)

 Christian Education must also include high expectations and accountability, for both academics and personal conduct. 

Be More (Serving the World)

 The ends of Christian Education are not consistent with those of secular education; students must leave Valley Christian School not only successful in college and career, but prepared to serve the world for Christ. 

Further, distinct from other religious, parochial schools, Valley Christian School provides a trans-denominational outreach for the Christian community.

At Valley Christian School Students Will:

  1. Contribute to the life of the church as an integral member of the Kingdom of God
  2. Live as a responsible, productive member of society
  3. Succeed in school
  4. Reason with a Christian worldview
  5. Resist the secular worldview
  6. Appreciate and thrive in culturally diverse environments
  7. Actively influence all realms of secular society including government, science, and economics with Christian values

At Valley Christian School Students Will Know That:

  1. All truth is God’s truth no matter where it may be found
  2. A solid educational foundation in the core curriculum is essential to a successful life
  3. Science, technology, and faith are not in conflict; both are mutually beneficial for 21st century life

At Valley Christian School Students Will Understand That:

  1. God is real and loves them
  2. The Christian life is “livable”
  3. Human sinfulness should not obscure the truth of the gospel

At Valley Christian School Students Will Value:

• Cultural and socioeconomic diversity in spite of differences in tradition or expression
• Authentic relationships with God, family, and the community based on love and respect
• Mercy, Justice, and Humility (Micah 6:8)

At Valley Christian School, We Believe in a “Relational Christian Education”

Christian education is relational and as such it starts with the teacher. Relationships in the classroom are not dependent on the attitudes or actions of the students. Teachers must be secure in themselves and in their faith to ensure that they can demonstrate daily, consistent Christlikeness without expectation of response or reward. For teaching and learning, Christian education occurs when students come to a realization of God’s truth. Such realizations are not merely psychological apprehensions of inert knowledge; they are moments when students spiritually connect to the mind, heart, and truth of God. When such realizations occur, learning occurs.

The World is a Different Place Because Valley Christian School Exists:

Valley Christian School seeks to produce graduates capable of making a positive impact on all aspects of society including the family, church, and community. Graduates should be “salt of the earth,” never retreating or “hiding their light under a bushel.” Graduates should not be afraid of anything in “the world,” rather, they should understand the world and seek to transform it for the sake of the Kingdom of God. The world should be a better place because of Valley Christian School graduates.