Through all 25 of our athletic offerings, Valor student-athletes hone their faith, skills and character through sport. The goal is for everyone to experience sport as an act of worship. Many of our athletes are recruited to play in college, affording great opportunity to transform the world for Christ.
Our student-athletes love to play hard and compete against some of the best competition in the state and nationally. Through our elite Performance and Sports Medicine programs, alongside with some of the best coaches out there, Valor student-athletes enjoy access to all of the resources they need to be successful.
More than 75 percent of Valor students participate in 25 cut and non-cut sports, while the rest of the community loves to come out and cheer them on, whether it’s a regular season game, a pre-season battle on ESPN, or a State Championship match.
But our goal is not merely to produce student athletes. Rather, our mission and desire is to produce young men and women of character who see their worth in light of God’s love for them and call on their lives in service to him. At Valor, we see sport as an act of worship, and we work with our athletes daily to help them understand who they are as a Child of Christ and how they can use their gifts to glorify our Creator.
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
The level of opportunity and advantage offered through Valor's Athletic programs, our national-level facilities, and our exceptional coaching staff is unparalleled in the state of Colorado. Explore what we have to offer to propel your Athletic pursuits.
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.
Athletics by the Numbers
Colorado State Runner-ups
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
For the second year in a row, Valor Christian running back Gavin Sawchuk has been named the 5A Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year. Sawchuk, a senior and University of Oklahoma commit, first won the award after his junior season in 2020.
Senior soccer player Mason Louth capped off his high school soccer career with a cherry on top when he was named to the 2021 Fall Boys High School All-America Team.
Miko Lewis (’25) is hitting the slopes and showing his powder precision in Alpine racing this winter.
Congratulations to our Eagles-on-ice for a hard-fought battle for the 2021 5A state title, edging out Fort Collins for the second year...
Class of 2012 Valor Alum Janine Beckie stopped by with her gold medal this week to greet the Valor team!
Valor alum Christian McCaffrey ’14 (right) spent time with PGA golfer and fellow Valor grad, Wyndham Clark ’12, when they played together at the PGA Pro-Am tournament in May.
Congratulations to Gavin Sawchuk ’22, for being named the 2020 Colorado Football Gatorade Player of the Year!
Congratulations to our Eagles-on-ice for a hard-fought battle for the 2021 5A state title, edging out Fort Collins for the second year in a row! See CHSAA story and video highlights.
On November 5, 2020, Valor girls distance runners finished #5 in the nation at the Terra Haute, IN “Meet of Champions” to cap off a record-breaking season.
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
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 Brian.