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SALT Learns to be “Uncommon”

The Student Advisory Leadership Team (SALT) at Valley Center High School learned today from Joe Coles.¬† Joe is a consultant for schools and businesses nationwide. His one hour workshop entitled “Uncommon Leadership” taught our SALT group about many different aspects of culture and leadership. Some of the topics included Being Intentional, Perseverance, Grit, Accountability, Relationships,

AVCTL D2 JV Tennis on 4/29/2019

Valley Center 36, Maize South 36, Andover 35, Arkansas City 33, Andover Central 24, Eisenhower 12, Godddard 8 Singles: Josh Dessenberger – defeated Cole Albert (GD) 9-5, lost to Josh Klotz (Ark) 7-9, lost to Alex Schaeffer (And) 2-9, defeated Gavin Reeves (AndC) 9-5; 7th place Sam Benz – lost to Brayden Zamzow (MzS) 2-9,

AVCTL D2 Tennis Tournament on 4/29/2019

Maize South 41, Andover 35, Arkansas City 34, Valley Center 25, Eisenhower 25, Andover Central 17, Goddard 7 singles: Alejandro Torrelley – defeated Francisco Valasquez (Ark) 2-6,6-0, 10-6; lost to Pierce Klassen (Ark) 0-6,0-6; lost to Harris Kossover (MzS) 2-6,5-7; won by default over Logan Lechner (Eis); 7th place Logan Snyder – lost to Jaden

VC Art Day a Success

VC Area Art Day 2019! Another fun day of celebrating studio art & making new friends. So proud of our students and our art program! Congratulations to: Best of Show 3D and Best of Handbuilt Ceramics – Aysia Arrowood Best of Show 2D – Hannah Warden Best of Pastel & Best of Wheel thrown Ceramics

Valley Center Band and Choir Excel at State

Several Valley Center Band Students performed at the KSHSAA State Solo & Ensemble Festival earning those performances from Superior Ratings at Regional Festivals. Valley Musicians achieved 36 Superior Medals in 12 performances as soloists or ensembles and also 3 Excellent Ratings as well. These students continue to prove why Valley Center is one of the

JV Tennis at Buhler on 4/27/19

We were finished before two matches were completed, here are the scores up to that point: Buhler Maroon 28/32, Valley Center 14, McPherson 12/14, Hesston 12, Hutchinson 12, Smoky Valley 11, Hutchinson Trinity Academy 9, VC Xtra 8, Buhler White 6/8. #1 singles: Dominic Santiago – defeated Cody Brandenberger (BW) 8-4, lost to Keeton Lee