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Our task at Valley High School is to provide learning opportunities for students that empower them to become responsible, ethical citizens who are both academically and technologically adept. We also require students to employ complex thinking skills in order to solve problems as individuals and as group members. Lastly, we strive to find opportunities that will enhance students' ability to participate in, and contribute to, a culturally diverse society.
This Week at VHS
Dance and Game Night - Cancelled. If you already purchased a ticket go to the bookkeeper’s window to get a refund and bring your student ID. Stay tuned for the next big event.
First week of Spring Sports Practice/Tryouts - Week of February 8th- 12th
Senior Grad Trip Trip application & payment info
Senior Baby Page Be on the Senior Baby Page in the Yearbook! Details here
Tues. Feb. 9th - Men's Basketball 4 PM/ 5:30 PM/ 7 PM
Student-Created VHS Newspaper: Read the VHS Journal
Last day Personal Checks will be accepted at VHS this school year is Friday, March 18, 2016. Effective March 19, 2016 only Cash, Money Orders and Cashier’s Checks will be accepted.
LOST ITEMS: If you have lost a personal item, come ask in the main office.
If you lost a textbook click here to see what to do and come to the library.
The 2016-2017 EGUSD Comprehensive High School Course Catalog and College/Career Planning Guide is now available. The English, Spanish, and Hmong catalogs can be viewed on our district website via the following link:
Update on CAHSEE Exam
Do you know someone who did not receive a diploma from VHS due to not passing the CAHSEE exam?
Please read here about how they can receive their diploma.
Incidents in the Franklin High area are detailed and explained in this letter from our EGUSD Superintendent.
Last day Personal Checks will be accepted at VHS this year is Friday, March 18, 2016. Effective March 19, 2016 only Cash, Money Orders and Cashier’s Checks will be accepted.
Deadline: March 2nd
Being on Time to School
The first bell rings at 7:55 and all students are expected in their seats at 8:00 every day with the exception of Wednesday when the first bell rings at 8:55. Please make sure that your student is on time to school. The consequences of being late are described here. Thank you.
New Math Transition
Mathematics I has replaced Algebra I. The next set of courses, Mathematics II and Mathematics III, will be presented to the Board for adoption later this fall, and will be offered at the high school level only. If adopted, these courses will replace Geometry and Algebra II. (Please note: high school students who were enrolled in Algebra I will continue to be offered Geometry and Algebra II.) More explanation of the new Math Transition