WHAT DO WE OFFER...
At Valley Christian School we strive to align our offerings with our mission. We offer core classes and a diverse selection of extracurricular activities, that will teach students how to strive for excellence while preparing them for a lifetime of authentic faithfulness and service to Jesus Christ.
Who we Serve
We offer Biblically-based part-time and full-time education to students in grades 3-year-old preschool – 12th grade. We have been serving Missoula, Montana, and the surrounding communities for 43 years and counting.
We are accredited through the Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), and Cognia.
We offer the following academic opportunities; Bible, English, math, history, science, health, and physical education. In high school, there are two available educational tracks for graduation. Core Track, which includes core classes as well as elective offerings (26 credits), and Honors Track, which includes core classes as well as elective offerings (28 credits). Our JH/HS guidance counselor is available to work with parents and students to determine which track works best for them.
All VCS students have the opportunity to participate in class performances, concerts, field trips, community service projects, and more. Additionally, the following electives are offered; Grades preschool – 6th: art, music, library, physical education, band (5th & 6th), drama (6th). Junior High: art, band, choir, culinary arts, drama/musical, robotics, photography, Spanish, woodworking, physical education. High School: art, automotive, band, choir, culinary arts, drama/musical, entrepreneurship, National Honors Society, photography, Spanish, student leadership, woodworking, welding, yearbook, physical education.
VCS is a member of the Montana High School Association (MHSA) which allows for the highest level of competition in the state. We are a member of District 13-C, which is part of the Western C Division. We offer the following athletic opportunities to students in grades 6-12; football (HS only), basketball, volleyball, tennis, track, and soccer (HS only).
As a non-profit organization, we do not receive state or federal funding for special services. However, we are able to provide limited accommodations to students with special needs. A formal consultation with a principal as well as pre-enrollment testing is required to determine if VCS is the best option for a student and the school. Partnering with families who choose to pay for self-provided outside services will be considered on a case-by-case basis.