Core Athletic Values
Strengthen Our Faith in Christ
Our athletes engage in a faith and sport integration plan we call "Sport As Worship" where our coaches use the events of a season to draw everyone closer to the Lord
Instill Great Work Habits
Our athletes balance a rigorous academic and athletic schedule, engage in exceptional team practices, and a unique performance program to enhance strength and speed, as they build habits for success
Develop Christian Character
Our athletes learn the importance of living an others-centered life through team retreats, service opportunities, and Valor Discovery missions experiences
Primacy of Academics
Academics is the first and foremost importance for athletes. coaches receive weekly grade reports to assist athletes with academic success
Our athletes have access to multiple weight rooms and our Performance staff who sets sport-specific workouts for each of our programs.
Our athletes and families receive guidance from our College Recruiting Coordinator and have access to a recruiting portal to set their path to the next level.
Our Sports Medicine team is available for all of our athletes for preventative exercises, rehabilitation, and recovery modalities rivaling any PT or recovery facility.
Our facilities have set the standard for athletic facilities in the state and continue to improve as the culture dictates improvement.
Many of our coaches possess professional or collegiate coaching experience, while others are championship-level coaches in the state.
Team State Championships
Colorado Players of the Year
Gatorade Players of the Year
Seniors Committed to Play in College
Division 1 Athletes
States where our athletes have attended college
Congratulations to Senior, Delaney Russell, who was named the 2023-24 Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year!
Congratulations to the Valor Cheer team, for its fifth straight State Championship, earned on Thursday!
Two Valor students who are competitive equestrians recently earned ribbons in the United States Hunter Jumper Association! Megan Holliday (Class of 2024) and Ava Uhrig (Class of 2026) each qualified to compete on a four-person team at the Associations' West Coast Jumper Championships in Temecula, California last month.
Spirit got it done at the Jeffco League Finals once again! This week our Cheer team won their League Championship while our Poms team dominated another Varsity Jazz performance! Both teams won their eighth straight League Championship. Way to go, girls! Be on the lookout for upcoming competitions and the CHSAA State Finals schedule soon!
Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team for winning State again and for an undefeated season again!
Valor Cheer had their first competition last week where they were named Regional Champions. They also earned a bid to UCA Nationals.
Girls Volleyball wins Jefferson County League and earns the #1 seed in the Regional Tournament!
At the State Tournament for Boys Tennis 2 of Valor's team win 5A Individual State Titles! Congratulations to Jace Nakamura, Harrison Wentworth and Drew Summers!
With a 2nd place finish in the 5A CHSAA Western Regionals, Valor Christian Boys Golf automatically qualified all four players to the State Championship Tournament!
Any additional questions regarding athletics, feel free to reach out directly to our Director of Athletics. We want incoming and current students and parents to feel confident they are being seen and heard. Click the button below to email Keith.