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for graduation, go to the Josten's website  


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On Time

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.  

This Week at VHS














  All Spring Sports

  Schedules Here



Home Games Come Cheer on the VHS Team!


Women's Softball Thu. March 23rd 4:00 PM

Men's Baseball   Fri. March 24th      4:00 PM





Please note when paying fines at school that personal checks cannot be accepted after April 7, 2017.

After that date, only cash or money orders can be accepted for payments at VHS for the rest of the 2016-17 school year.



EGEA is proud to have the following scholarships available for current high school seniors:  

  • Elk Grove Education Association Scholarship - Students interested in the field of education or child services, have a financial need, and are the son or daughter of an EGEA member may apply. There are five $500 scholarships available. Click the link below for more information, further requirements, and the application for this scholarship.

  • Elk Grove School Employees Memorial Scholarship - Twelfth grade students in the Elk Grove Unified School District who are the son or daughter of an EGUSD employee may apply for this scholarship. There is one $300 scholarship available. Click the link below for  more information, further requirements, and the application for this scholarship.

  • Jessie Millers Scholarship - Current EGUSD seniors who graduated from Prairie Elementary School may apply for this scholarship. There is one $500 scholarship available. Click on the link below for more information, further requirements, and the application for this scholarship.

Applications for all EGEA Scholarships is April 14, 2017, no later than 4:40pm. Postmarks not accepted.





Jessie Millers Scholarship


General Application Requirements:


  • Student must be a graduate of Prairie Elementary School and a senior in the Elk Grove Unified School District.  Application must be signed and dated.


  • Student must use the scholarship to attend an accredited 4 –year college or trade school.


  • Two signed original letters (photocopies are acceptable) of references must be included on standard white paper.


  • One (1) scholarship in the amount of $500.00 will be awarded.  


  • Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on April 14, 2017.  Postmarks not accepted.

Click link below for the application or if you want to be directly linked to the website. 


Minimum Requirements

  • You must be 16 years of age by June 2017
  • Be a current Junior or Senior in high school
  • You must be a student at one of the following high schools:
    • Cosumnes Oaks High School
    • Elk Grove High School
    • Florin High School
    • Franklin High School
    • Laguna Creek High School
    • Monterey Trail High School
    • Pleasant Grove High School
    • Sheldon High School
    • Valley High School
    • Cordova High School
    • Folsom High School
    • Vista del Lago High School
    • Folsom Lake High School
    • Kinney High School
    • Inderkum High School
    • Natomas High School
    • Leroy Greene Academy
    • Foothill High School
    • Grant High School
    • Highlands High School
    • Rio Linda High
  • Have 2.5 or better GPA
  • Student must not be a relative of a SMUD employee
  • Provide your own transportation
  • Attend mandatory (unpaid) Program Orientation May 17 or 18, 2017 (5 – 7 p.m.)
  • Attend mandatory (unpaid) work readiness workshop June 6-8, 2017
  • Attend mandatory (paid) 3-day internship preparation workshop June 19-21, 2017
  • Be able to work full-time between June 26 to August 4, 2017

For more information and to apply, click on the link below or go to 




Accountability - Responsabilidad

The current School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is available online at the Elk Grove Unified School District website at  Both a long detailed format and a short executive summary are posted for parents to learn more about the schools in our community. More information


El Reporte de Responsabilidad Escolar (SARC), está disponible en la página del Internet del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Elk Grove: . Una versión corta y una versión detallada se encuentran disponibles para que los padres se enteren más sobre las escuelas en nuestra comunidad.  más información


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School Newsletter

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Información para los Padres

Active Parenting of Teens Series provides parents guidance and support for the challenges of raising a teenager. The six-week FREE workshop will discuss keeping kids safe on the Internet, positive relationship building, keeping teens from using drugs and keeping parent’s stress under control! Feb.23rd, Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30th. At Laguna Creek High School.

> Click here for Flyer Information

> Click here to Register on Eventbrite


Free Workshop:  Student Succe$$.  Some childcare available. Student Succe$$ is the first Thursday of each month this year.  Interested?  Click HERE for more information (scroll down for second page).


Student Accident Insurance 2016-17. School time coverage and school sports coverage. More info here.


Valley Families, here is a low cost Internet option


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.