Being engaged in the Valor community and involved in student events can make the high school experience memorable.
At Valor, we recognize the importance of involvement and respond with a wide array of opportunities for students to stay connected and involved. While a strong academic education is arguably one of the most important parts of high school, there are plenty of other opportunities students can explore that allow them to branch out of their comfort zone, learn new skills, discover untapped abilities and potential, and meet new friends while growing with old friends and building unforgettable relationships that last beyond their four years at Valor.
Learn about all the opportunities Eagles have. We have a variety of ways to get involved, depending on your interests. Get plugged into an area of passion, make new friends, and get connected at Valor!
CONSERVATORY FOR THE ARTS
SOURCES OF STRENGTH
ACADEMIC ENDORSEMENT PROGRAMS
DISCOVERY (SERVICE) TRIPS
Chapel is the inflection point of the week. Every Wednesday, students attend Chapel in the Performance Hall that features a student-led worship band and a message from a staff member, student, or special guest. Parents can join us online as we gather to worship the Lord and learn about His plan for our lives as laid out in the scriptures.
Students are placed in small groups at the beginning of freshman year. They meet with this group several times per semester; doing life together, having fun, exploring and growing in their faith, and experiencing a community where they feel supported, encouraged, and can unwind from the daily rhythms of school.
We know that the senior year is one of great hope, celebration, and change. This is one of our favorite traditions here at Valor, and many of our staff or faculty participate by meeting several times a month with a student to pray together and share the journey.
Valor is dedicated to caring for students in relationships that will push them towards Christ. See how we holistically care for students in all areas of their lives including spiritually, physically, mentally, and socially.
Our Deans are like shepherds. They are always concerned about the flock. Deans are present to support, protect, encourage, and challenge. They are dedicated to helping students thrive while in high school through mentorship and the development of social skills in partnership with committed parents. In addition, they will be faithful to guide and assist if the need arises to address a student's behavior.
Philosophy of Discipline
Valor’s philosophy of discipline is founded upon three core values: Respect People, Respect Property, and Preserve the Learning Environment. When students behave in alignment with these values, we believe they are in “green pastures” – a place where they have the greatest opportunity to flourish and live the “abundant life” God has designed for them.