FOTA 2024

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with special guest artist ANTHEM

May 14, 2024

Mountain Winery

14831 Pierce Rd, Saratoga, CA 95070

festival of the arts
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Welcome to the Valley Christian Schools’ Festival of the Arts at the Mountain Winery!

We are honored to welcome you to this special event, set amidst the beauty of the Santa Cruz mountains, a well-deserved respite from the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley.

Founded by Paul Masson in 1901, the Mountain Winery holds a revered position in California’s heritage, designated as a California Historical Landmark (#733) and honored by the National Register of Historic Places for its pivotal role in shaping the state’s esteemed wine industry.

Now commemorating its 66th year of hosting its renowned concert series, the Mountain Winery has graced its stage with illustrious performers such as Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys, and a multitude of others. Tonight, we are thrilled to extend a heartfelt Valley Christian welcome to our esteemed guest artists, Anthem Lights. With their unique vocal stylings, we are confident you will enjoy their dynamic interpretations of timeless hymns, top 40 hits, and beloved Disney classics.

As we approach the culmination of the academic year, it is with immense pride that we showcase the extraordinary talents of our Valley Christian students. From impromptu performances in intimate settings to renowned competitions and festivals spanning the globe, our students continue to astound us with their unwavering dedication and boundless creativity. Tonight offers just a glimpse of the energy, enthusiasm, and dedication these young performers have towards discovering and developing their God-given talents.

Festival of the Arts continues to serve as a testament to God’s abundant blessings and the remarkable young individuals who grace our stages with their musical gifts. We are certain that you will appreciate the creativity and artistry displayed across our multiple stages this evening.

Prepare to be delighted. Thank you for joining us this evening.

Enjoy the Show!

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the arts

CONCERT BOWL

5:30pm K-3rd Choir

7:30pm Anthem Lights Concert

GRAND HALL

6:30pm JH/HS Choir

ADELE’S GARDEN

5:00pm JH Band I & JH Intro to Band

5:45pm HS Symphonic Band & HS Symphonic Winds

6:30pm Elementary Band

7:15pm HS Wind Ensemble & JH Band II

THE OVERLOOK

5:00pm HS Strings

5:45pm JH Strings

6:30pm Elementary Strings

7:00pm JH Chamber Ensemble & Piano Recital

CHATEAU DECK

5:00pm JH & HS Jazz Combos

6:00pm JH Jazz Band & HS Jazz Ensemble

7:00pm 4th Grade Choir, 5th Grade Drama Choir, & Handchimes

9:00pm VIP Fellows Reception (Private Event)

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Schedule of Events

Time Group Location

5:00pm JH Band I & JH Intro to Band Adele’s Garden

5:00pm JH & HS Jazz Combos Chateau Deck

5:00pm HS Strings The Overlook

5:30pm K-3rd Choir Concert Bowl

5:45pm HS Symphonic Band & HS Symphonic Winds Adele’s Garden

5:45pm JH Strings The Overlook

6:00pm JH Jazz Band & HS Jazz Ensemble Chateau Deck

6:30pm Elementary Band Adele's Garden

6:30pm Elementary Strings The Overlook

6:30pm JH/HS Choir Grand Hall

7:00pm 4th Grade Choir, 5th Grade Drama Choir, & Handchimes Chateau Deck

7:00pm JH Chamber Ensemble & Piano Recital The Overlook

7:15pm HS Wind Ensemble & JH Band II Adele’s Garden

7:30pm Anthem Lights Concert Concert Bowl

9:00pm VIP Fellows Reception (Private Event) Chateau Deck

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ANTHEM LIGHTS CONCERT

Concert Bowl | 7:30pm

At the heart of most success stories lies a framework of brand invention, the creation of a persona or x-factor that raises an artist above the noise. But for pop vocal group Anthem Lights, it is reinvention that’s catapulted the talented foursome to nearly 500 million YouTube views and over two million monthly listeners on streaming services. The indie group’s success is due in large part to the foursome’s vocal prowess (Caleb Grimm, Chad Graham, Spencer Kane and Joey Stamper are all exceptional singers), creative mash-ups and reinventions of pop hits and beloved hymns.

“I think the most unique thing about us is that we do all kinds of music,” shares Graham. “We do everything from a hymns medley to a Drake cover to a year-end mash-up. Our musical diversity is our identity.”

Anthem Lights maintains a large digital presence, primarily reaching their audience via video and streaming, without relying on the traditional arms

of radio and touring. Instead, they work with a team they’ve personally assembled to write, produce, record and direct, making it easier to put out more content more often.

While fans of most pop groups have to wait up to two years for new content from their favorite artists, Anthem Lights produces a wide variety of new covers, original songs and video content every month, a perfected mix that keeps their fans engaged.

Now, the group has launched its very own animated TV series called “A Show About Anthem Lights” through Sony/Affirm. Streaming on Pure Flix, the show launched January 12th of 2022 and highlights new original songs and the hilarious antics of the guys as they navigate the day-to-day struggles of a “boy band” trying to find their way in a digital world. The show, a family friendly comedy, is sure to connect with fans of all ages.

While their focus remains digital, connecting daily with their 5.2 million Facebook followers, the group does perform live when the right opportunity arises, sharing the stage with Natalie Grant, Newsboys, Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman and more.

With soaring harmonies, reinvention of hit songs and focused fan interaction, Anthem Lights has quickly become the go-to group for music fans of all ages.

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K-3 rd Concert with special guest artist

ANTHEM LIGHTS

Greeting

Mr. Troy Gunter & Dr. Gabe Guven

Opening Prayer

Dr. Clifford E. Daugherty

2nd – 3rd Grade Choirs

The Music of Life by Teresa Jennings

We’re Making Music by Teresa Jennings

Keep the Music Going by Teresa Jennings I Could Sing of Your Love Forever by Martin Smith

K – 1st Grade Choirs

Start Your Day With a Song by Teresa & Paul Jennings

Sing a Little Song by Teresa & Paul Jennings

Sing by Ellie Holcomb

Special Guest Artist — Anthem Lights

K – 3rd Combined Choirs with Anthem Lights

10,000 Reasons by Jonas Myrin & Matt Redman

Dismissal

Mr. Brian Clemons

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K-3 rd Concert with special guest artist

ANTHEM LIGHTS

Vocalists

in order of appearance

Audrey Denena

Averie Le

Esther Liu

Ethan Freeman

Hunter Michels

Kayla Finelli

Emily Wang

Marc Alcantara

Isaac Lin

Jacob Fugate

Noelle Tseng

Aria Nair

Burrell Shabaglian

Philip Zhao

Aviana Basanty

Avery Haddad-Stewart

Narrators

in order of appearance

Scottlyn Cossell

Lena Jung

Julian Erazo

Leo Chen

Andrew Cathey

Colton Daily

Samyra Naik

Celine Gyger

Siobhan Aaron

Eden Koo

Dylan Shaw

Chloe Rong

Mason Blaumann

Myles Blaumann

Lucas Jiang

Crew Cochran

Conga Drummers

Benjamin Furr Uchicua

Nathan Moon

Gianna O’Neal

Brandon Price

Jeriah Rowe

Elsa Wang

Animal Directors

Fiona Griffiths

Stella Boekestein

Juliette Jackson

Elizabeth Huang

Aiden Dong

Everly Rasmussen

Assistant Conductors

Emma Breiland

Josiah Choi

Eleanor Xu

Lena Streichardt

Peyton Summers

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Conservatory Administration, Music Faculty, and Staff

CONSERVATORY LEADERSHIP

Mr. Troy Gunter VP/Director of K-12 Conservatory of the Arts tgunter@vcs.net

Mr. Britt Gunter Associate Director of Conservatory Programs bgunter@vcs.net

Mr. Ivan Utomo Associate Director of Conservatory of the Arts iutomo@vcs.net

Mrs. Michelle McLaughlin Associate Director of Student Learning mmclaughlin@vcs.net

Mrs. Dena Armeniakos Director of Conservatory Operations darmeniakos@vcs.net

CONSERVATORY DIRECTORS

Mrs. Jill Carlson Director of Visual Arts K-12 jcarlson@vcs.net

Mrs. Myra Kaelin (’94) Director of Theatre Arts K-12 mkaelin@vcs.net

Mrs. Michelle McLaughlin Director of Dance Arts K-12 mmclaughlin@vcs.net

Mr. Iain Roush Director of Media Arts K-12 iroush@vcs.net

Mr. Jeffrey Wilson Director of Music Arts K-12 jwilson@vcs.net

CONSERVATORY MUSIC FACULTY

Mr. Reggie Coates Guitar Studies rcoates@vcs.net

Miss Katelyn Dietz (’14) Woodwind Studies kdietz@vcs.net

Mrs. Samantha Elliott Elementary Music selliott@vcs.net

Mr. Britt Gunter Choral Studies bgunter@vcs.net

Mrs. Melissa Gunter Piano Studies mgunter@vcs.net

Mrs. Lily Homer Strings Studies lhomer@vcs.net

Dr. Scott Homer Strings Studies shomer@vcs.net

Dr. Michael Jones Brass Studies mjones@vcs.net

Miss Elizabeth Lin (’14) Piano Studies elin@vcs.net

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Mr. Shane Ryan (’16)

Brass Studies

sryan@vcs.net

Mr. David Sankus

Percussion Studies

dsankus@vcs.net

CONSERVATORY OPERATIONS & SUPPORT

Miss Liana Dietz

Mrs. Colette Evans

Mr. William Fonda

Ms. Judi Fuller

Miss Shaina Hsiao

Dr. Mark Hulse

Mrs. Ming Lo

Mr. Keaton Miller (’17)

Miss Rebekah Risk

Mr. Robert Rubino

Mrs. Lianne Rydquist

Mrs. Maribeth Wiens

Mr. Justin McPherson (’07)

CONGRATS! CONSERVATORY HONORS FELLOWS

2024-2025

Sophie Cao - Visual

Bailey Coffee - Theatre

Jordyn Elford - Dance

Anuhya Gottam - Visual

Brandon Haghnazari - Music

Erin Kao - Visual

Aiden Kim - Music

Kayla Lee - Music

Malia Liu - Theatre

Karen Matsui - Music

Jackson McNulty - Media

Joshua Pham - Music

Joshua Prabhakar - Theatre

Talia Santizo - Theatre

Serena She - Music

Melinda Wong - Dance

Meining Wu - Music

Lucy Xie - Dance

Angela Yu - Dance

Chloe Zhong - Visual

If you wish to apply to the Valley Christian High School Conservatory Honors program, please visit vcs.net/conservatoryapply

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JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL

ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW

5.15.24 TO 5.22.24

FEATURING THE 2024 VISUAL ART SENIOR SHOWCASE 8 AM – 6 PM | Student Life Center Dessert Reception 5.15.24 | 4 PM – 7 PM

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SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Friends l Creativity l Memories

Dates June 3-7 (Monday-Friday)

Time 9am-12pm

Cost

$300

Grades Entering Grades K-2 (Co-Ed)

Location

Leigh Campus 1450 Leigh Ave San Jose, CA 95125

Instructor Mrs. Lee Ann Martino

Art Camp emphasizes creativity as an integral part of the art process, regardless of a student’s level of experience. By teaching fundamental skills and concepts, the instructor encourages students to see art as a means of personal expression. The Valley Christian Elementary School Art Camp allows children to immerse themselves in an array of intensive art studio experiences. Children will be up to their elbows in fun as they dabble in a kaleidoscope of exciting art!

Note: Children should plan to wear clothing that can get messy and stained. Pack a snack and drink for a break outside.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
JUNE 3-7, 2024 for students entering K-2 nd grade
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SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Mrs. Lee Ann Martino JUNE 3-7, 2024

for students entering 3 rd -6 th grade

Friends l Creativity l Memories

Dates June 3-7 (Monday-Friday)

Time 1pm-4pm

Cost

$300

Grades

Entering Grades 3-6 (Co-Ed)

Location

Leigh Campus 1450 Leigh Ave San Jose, CA 95125

Instructor

Art Camp emphasizes creativity as an integral part of the art process, regardless of a student’s level of experience. By teaching fundamental skills and concepts, the instructor encourages students to see art as a means of personal expression. The Valley Christian Elementary School Art Camp allows children to immerse themselves in an array of intensive art studio experiences. Children will be up to their elbows in fun as they dabble in a kaleidoscope of exciting art!

Note: Children should plan to wear clothing that can get messy and stained. Pack a snack and drink for a break outside.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER ELEMENTARY BAND CAMP

JUNE 3-7, 2024

for students entering 4 th -5 th grade

Good Friends l Good Music l Good Memories

Dates June 3-7 (Monday-Friday)

Time 8:30am-12pm

Cost $275

Grades

Entering Grades 4-5 (Co-Ed)

Location Conservatory Building 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructors

Mr. Jeff Wilson

Ms. Katelyn Dietz

Mr. Shane Ryan

The Elementary Band Camp offers the opportunity for rising 4th and 5th graders to play a band instrument, including the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba, drums, and more. The camp will mix in beginners along with students who already have more experience, with some fun activities added in.

A short concert will occur on Friday, June 7 at 11:30AM. Note: All are welcome. Instruments are available to borrow.

EL Band Camp/PIE JR. Camp - Discount BUNDLE!

Bundle both EL Band Camp and PIE JR. Camp for a $50 discount savings. Total cost with discount will be $500.

PIE Jr. Camp Dates: June 10-14 (9AM-4PM).

Please see PIE Jr. flyer for more details.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER JUNIOR HIGH BAND CAMP

JUNE 3-7, 2024

for students entering 6 th -8 th grade

Good Friends l Good Music l Good Memories

Dates

June 3-7 (Monday-Friday)

Time 8:30am-12pm

Grades

Entering Grades 6-8 (Co-Ed)

Location Conservatory Building 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructors

Mr. Jeff Wilson

Ms. Katelyn Dietz

Mr. Shane Ryan

This JH Band Camp is an opportunity for students to start their journey of learning a band instrument, and also for students who have experience and want to improve their skills on traditional band instruments, including the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba, drums, and more. All experience levels are welcome, from beginner to advanced JH aged students. Our goal is to make music and have fun with friends.

A short concert will occur on Friday, June 7 at 11:30AM.

Note: All are welcome. Instruments are available to borrow.

JH Band Camp/PIE JR. Camp - Discount BUNDLE!

Bundle both JH Band Camp and PIE JR. Camp for a $50 discount savings. Total cost with discount will be $500.

PIE Jr. Camp Dates: June 10-14 (9AM-4PM).

Please see PIE Jr. flyer for more details.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
Cost $275
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PERFORMING INDOOR ENSEMBLE CAMP - PIE JR. for students

JUNE 10-14, 2024

entering 5 th -12 th grade

Friends l Creativity l Memories

Dates

June 10-14 (Monday-Friday)

Time 9am-4pm

Cost

$275

Grades

Entering Grades 5-12 (Co-Ed)

Location

Conservatory Building 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructors

Mr. Jeff Wilson

Ms. Katelyn Dietz

Mr. Shane Ryan

Introduction of skills of our award winning Performing Indoor Ensemble (PIE). Rising 4-9 grade students will learn how to apply band (woodwind and brass) and color guard (flags, choreography, dance) to produce a “minishow” performance in one week. Some band experience required. No experience needed to participate with the color guard.

Performance on Friday, June 14 at 3PM

Note: Performers should wear comfortable athletic clothing and shoes. Snacks provided. Pack your own lunch.

Band Camp/PIE JR. Camp - Discount BUNDLE!

Bundle both EL or JH Band Camp and PIE JR. Camp for a $50 discount savings. Total cost with discount will be $500.

Elementary/Junior High Band Camp Dates:

June 3-7 (8:30AM-12PM).

Please see Band Camp flyers for more details.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER DANCE CAMP

JUNE 10-21, 2024 for students entering 1 st -8 th grade

Vivid 2 - The Dance Team Experience

Dates

June 10-21 (Closed June 19) (Monday-Friday)

Time 1pm-4pm

Cost $400 Grades

Entering Grades 1-8 (Co-Ed)

Location

High School Theatre

100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Coaches

Mrs. Colette Evans

Miss Megan Stagi

Vivid Dance Team

Sponsored and facilitated by the members of Valley Christian’s Vivid Dance Team, Vivid 2 - The Dance Team Experience introduces young dancers to the fast-paced, exciting world of competition dance teams! Dancers will learn cutting-edge routines, develop team spirit, and have an awesome time, all while improving their performance skills and dance technique! Dance Camp culminates with a dynamic performance that highlights the combinations and techniques learned over the two weeks. Let’s dance! Come and be a part of our nationally-ranked team!

No camp on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth.

Camp Performance Friday, June 21 at 3PM in the VCHS Theatre

Note: Daily snack and camp t-shirt included. Students will need to provide jazz shoes. If you have questions, or if all spots are full when you go to register, please contact Colette Evans at cevans@vcs.net to be placed on a waitlist.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER THEATRE CAMP

JUNE 10-21, 2024

for students entering 3 rd -5 th grade

Summer Theatre 2024: Journey of the Noble Gnarble

Dates

June 10-21 (Closed June 19) (Monday-Friday)

Time 9am-12pm

Cost $495

Grades

Entering Grades 3-5 (Co-Ed)

Location Valley Christian Schools 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructor Mrs. Myra Kaelin

Mr. Justin McPherson

It’s time for SUMMER THEATRE CAMP! The ocean floor is filled with the rarest of creatures, but none are as rare as gnarbles. Their fins are small, their tails are floppy, and they have never strayed far from their homes…until now. Journey of the Noble Gnarble is a story of a little gnarble with a big dream. Friends along the way teach him the importance of positivity and determination!

Join us for a two-week, half-day camp for students entering grades 3-5. These young actors will focus on learning lines, basic stage directions, introductory vocals, stage movement, and even technical theatre, culminating with a performance of Journey of the Noble Gnarble on June 21. This year’s camp is not to be missed, and will give budding thespians great building blocks for their future at VCT.

No camp on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth.

Camp Performance June 21 at 12pm in the Skyway Theatre, immediately after our camp day.

Note: Daily snack and camp t-shirt included. If you have questions, or if all spots are full when you go to register, please contact Rebekah Risk, rrisk@vcs.net, to be placed on a waitlist.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER THEATRE CAMP

JUNE 10-28, 2024

for students entering 6 th -12 th grade

Summer Theatre 2024: Moana Jr.

Dates

June 10-28 (Closed June 19) (Monday-Friday)

Time 9am-3pm

Cost $695

Grades

Entering Grades 6-12 (Co-Ed)

Location Valley Christian Schools 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructor Mrs. Myra Kaelin

Mr. Justin McPherson

This thrilling and heartwarming coming-of-age story follows the strong-willed Moana as she sets sail across the Pacific on an epic journey to save her village and discover the truth about her heritage. With empowering messages of bravery and selflessness, Moana JR. is sure to bring out the hero within each of us.

Join us for a three-week, full day camp for students entering grades 6-12. Students will spend their days rehearsing vocals, choreography, and staging, leading up to performances on June 27 & 28. Every student is guaranteed a role in the show! Join us for a summer filled with creativity, growth, and the magic of Moana JR!

No camp on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth.

June 27-28: adjusted schedule, 3:30pm-7:30pm, to accommodate performances.

Performances June 27-28 at 6pm in the Skyway Theatre.

Note: Camp fee includes daily snack and camp t-shirt. Students must bring a lunch from home. If you have questions, or if all spots are full when you go to register, please contact Rebekah Risk, rrisk@vcs.net, to be placed on a waitlist.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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SUMMER STRINGS CAMP

SESSION ONE: JULY 22-25, 2024

SESSION TWO: JULY 29-AUGUST 1, 2024 for students entering 3 rd -12 th grade

Good Friends l Good Music l Good Memories

Dates

Session One: July 22-25

Session Two: July 29August 1 (Monday-Thursday)

Time 9:30am-3pm

Cost $275

Grades

Entering Grades 3-12 (Co-Ed)

Location

Valley Christian Schools 100 Skyway Drive San Jose, CA 95111

Instructor

Dr. Scott Homer

Strings Camp is offered for violin, viola, cello and double bass students. All levels are accepted. Campers will receive musical instruction, learn music theory, experience music technology, and gain leadership skills.

A concert featuring Session Two performers will be held on August 1 at 2PM.

Note: Snacks will be provided. Please bring your own lunch. Sessions may be repeated.

Register Today summer.vcs.net
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WARRIOR FUND

Tuition funds operations. Philanthropy fuels vision. Every gift makes a difference, so please consider donating to the Warrior Fund today.

UPCOMING EVENTS

uest Ball

presented by Extend the Gift

April 5, 2025

Join us for our annual Quest Ball dinner and auction. Enjoy a night to honor and celebrate the Warrior legacy and Extend the Gift for current and future Warriors. vcs.net/questball

Spring 2025

We look forward to welcoming the VCS community for a round of golf and a day of fellowship at the annual Golf Classic. vcs.net/golfclassic

Wherever you may be, we’re always here to support our amazing alumni like you.

As you continue to make a positive difference in communities around the world, we want to stay connected! We currently have 29 ambassadors all over the country that have connected with fellow alums near them. This past year we have visited 11 cities across the US and look forward to hosting an alumni dinner near you soon. Simply scan the QR code and fill out our “Alumni Connect Form” to stay updated on news and events. Let us know about where you’ve been, where you’re headed and stay connected with us today!

Annual Gifts to the
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Giving PLANNED

The Shechem Oak Society empowers our community to make an extraordinary impact on future generations. The society comprises all who generously bequeath legacy gifts to Valley Christian Schools.

God assured Abraham of keeping His promise to grant the land to Abraham’s descendants. Shechem holds a significant place in this narrative—it’s where Jacob excavated a well and erected an altar, where Joseph’s family laid his remains to rest, where Joshua delivered his parting words in service to the Lord, and where Jesus revealed Himself as the Messiah to the Samaritan woman at the well (Genesis 12:6, 33:18, Joshua 24:26, John 4:12). Shechem stands as a powerful symbol of God’s faithfulness across generations. We fervently pray that VCS, like Shechem, will serve as a reminder of God’s unwavering faithfulness in Silicon Valley and worldwide.

At a time when many American educational institutions are straying from biblical values, you can ensure that Valley Christian Schools continues its Quest for Excellence™ for future generations. Join us in providing high-quality Christ-centered education to our children and grandchildren by including VCS in your will.

VCS partners with Thompson & Associates to offer confidential and complimentary estate planning consultations to our board members, administrators, faculty, staff, and community. Join my wife, Kris, myself, and others in discovering the most tax-efficient means of transferring your estate to benefit your family and your passions.

As a trusted member of our VCS community, please accept our gift to you and arrange your estate planning consultation with Darren Penny of Thompson & Associates. You may email advancement@vcs.net or call my office at 408-513-2503. If you have already included VCS in your planned giving, kindly inform us so we may include you in our Shechem Oak Society.

Looking forward,

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MISSION STATEMENT

Valley Christian Schools’ mission is to provide a nurturing environment o ering quality education supported by a strong foundation of Christian values in partnership with parents, equipping students to become leaders to serve God, to serve their families, and to positively impact their communities and the world.

VISION STATEMENT

A world where every student pursues their personal Quest for Excellence™

FOUNDING STATEMENT

Valley Christian Schools supports the homes and churches of students in providing an education that is grounded in the Judeo-Christian values of the Bible, as reflected in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ. Valley Christian Schools is committed to a Quest for Excellence™ in all of its educational programs, and provides a comprehensive kindergarten through twelfth grade curriculum with a rigorous college preparatory program. Firmly founded on Christian values, Valley Christian Schools challenges youth to aspire toward lives of character, service and influence while pursuing their individual Quests for Excellence

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