If you travel 40 miles per 60 minutes, what’s your average speed per hour, or what’s your average rate of change (the change in distance over the change in time)? Are they different? Students in AP Calculus played cops and speeders last week in class. Students had the opportunity to use real radar guns and math to try and see if they could catch their classmates speeding along Fairview.
Congratulations to Pierce Bell for being selected as a delegate to attend the 2023 Global Youth Institute (GYI). The GYI is hosted by the Tuskegee University College of Agriculture, Environment, and Nutrition and the College of Engineering.
Marine Biology students and Mr. Worthington ventured down to Cozumel for the bi-annual Marine Biology dive and service trip. To prepare for the trip, students completed certification to SCUBA dive in early Summer and did eight total dives in Cozumel!
The Humanities program honored its first class of graduating students this past May 2023 during Valor’s commencement ceremony. We want to regularly include comments from graduates to help give a sense of how the Humanities program prepared them for the next phase of their lives. For our first alumni check-in, we asked Ben Leikam to reflect on how his time in the Humanities program prepared him for college. Here are his thoughts...
In June a group including 21 students and nine healthcare providers served alongside Mission Ministries in Juarez, Mexico. The experience was one week long and in that short period of time, God worked in and through the team in some amazing ways.
In March our students had the opportunity to use their STEM skills to serve a local Denver school. Valor students built a shed, removed a playground, and prepared a garden.