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Library Distinctives

The Christian Mind 

Our rich collection of print and digital titles from Christian intellectuals, theologians, pastors, and lay leaders guides students as they pursue an understanding of faith and theology in their personal lives and communities.

Information Literacy Curriculum

Librarians teach information literacy and critical thinking skills, enabling students to confidently evaluate resources as a life skill. Students will assess authority, purpose, and evidence in sources to establish their credibility and relevance

Mission Statement

The Valor Library is a hub for student learning and connection with welcoming, personalized service. Guided by our faith in Jesus Christ, the source of all knowledge and truth, our library provides a doorway to discovering and exploring His world. We teach students to research deeply, think critically, and read widely, pursuing knowledge through a discerning lens of faith. 


With its soaring windows that frame breath taking views of the mountains, Valor's Library is the architectural focal point of the Academic Building.  There is good reason for this. As a hub of research, learning and study, the library epitomizes the pursuit of Christ-centered academic excellence

Valor Library

The 5,300-square-foot Valor Library is an essential part of our college preparatory curriculum and a primary driver of student learning and outcomes.

For students, it is a favorite place to study, research projects and passions, and read for deeper understanding of course material as well as personal enrichment.

Valor Resources


Services & Hours

The library is available online 24-7. Valor community members are welcome to borrow library resources and request items from other libraries via interlibrary loan.

7:30 am – 5:00 pm - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

8:00 am – 5:00 pm - Tuesday

* For breaks and altered schedules, library hours will be posted on the library door.

What's up @ the library?

Reading Buddies!

The library's Reading Buddies Practicum was a huge success! Students joined us across the street at Cherry Hills Christian Schools. Our Valor students, or Big Buddies, were paired with Little Buddies from kindergarten, first, and second grades. They read with their Little Buddies to foster a love of reading and help them with their literacy skills. And it didn’t stop there! In teams, they visited those three grades in their classrooms to sing songs, play games, and, most importantly–host a storytime! It was a lot of preparation and hard work for our students, and we are so impressed with how well they connected with the kids and became reading role models.


National Library Week

This years National Library Week was celebrated with a Book to Movie bracket competition! Some of the titles included were: Dune, The Martian, Where the Crawdads Sing, Holes, The Outsiders, and Hidden Figures. Who do you think won?

*answer: Dune by Frank Herbert


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