Valor is a place where students thrive, growing daily in their God given talents and passions. Our prayer is that every student would excel in their gifting while experiencing God’s love in a place of belonging and community. And with that foundation, our students are exceptionally equipped to lead, impacting the World around them for Christ!
Meet our Student Emma Corsi
Meet our Student Payton Campbell
Meet our Student Anthony Curcio
Meet our Student Gavin Sawchuk
We seek to honor Jesus Christ in all that we do and all that we are, to the glory of God. We seek first and foremost to please God, bring praise to God’s name and fulfill the vision God has placed before us.
From the classroom to the gym, from the stage to the athletic field, in the community and at home, we hold ourselves to a consistent and vigilant pursuit of excellence.
We aspire to influence our surrounding culture with wisdom, compassion, service, and excellence of character and intellect for the good of all people.
We passionately pursue community amongst our student body, with parents and the home, with local churches and ministry organizations, and as a staff team.
Valor Alum Nicole Toscano (Class of 2013) has spent all of her adult life passionate about Valor's dance program and the young ladies she mentors
Senior Ivy Fox is just as comfortable in the worship band classroom and the painting studio. The worship band keyboardist and visual artist was asked by Mr. Trotter, Mrs. Timmons, and Mr. Johnson to paint a mural in the worship band room to inspire.
We are pleased to introduce Jeremiah Zeigler, Valor's Spiritual Formation Coordinator. Enjoy Jeremiah's short video intro by clicking on his photo, and see his heart for helping students become deeply rooted in their faith through Chapels and other resources.
Valor families had the chance to open their homes to host six Brest, France high school students -- and Valor warmly welcomed them to campus.,
Senior Ella Plourde hit the Big Apple this summer as a nominee for The Jimmy Awards, the national award show for high school musical theatre students.
Congratulations to our School Resource Officer, (SRO) Deputy Dan Palermo, who was presented with the 2022 Respect for the Law Award by the Denver Optimist Club for his work with youth.
This summer, I had the privilege of going on the Colorado Trek. This Discovery experience focused on faith and discipleship while backpacking across southwestern Colorado. Our trip didn’t actually start on trail, but at our first of many group meetings prior to the trip. We spent time diving into scripture and discussion in order to further understand topics like faith, community, and the character of God, which were reaffirmed for me throughout our five days of hiking.
Going on the trip to Zambia truly changed my life. My parents are missionaries, so I grew up overseas serving, but I wasn't expecting the experience to impact me this much.
I was truly blessed to be a part of this experience and amazing team. The two weeks spent in Poland will always have a huge impact on my life, the way I treat others, and the relationships I will build in the future.
Total AP Scholars in 21 Subject areas
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National Merit Students (Class of 2019)
Faculty with Advanced Degrees