Principal's Welcome

Welcome to new beginnings for VCS elementary students as they live out our motto of "College-bound from Kindergarten, Christ-centered for life." Each school year is a wonderful opportunity for students to excel, grow, and thrive in all their God-given talents and abilities. VCS is an exciting place full of children who love to learn and educators who are passionate about their role as teachers and mentors.

A Christ-centered curriculum rich in English language arts, social studies, and our unique STEAM (Science, Technology, Exercise, Arts, and Math) initiative also provides multiple enrichment opportunities, producing well-rounded, engaged, and accomplished students. Science and computer labs, music, art, and PE classes allow VCS students to experiment with a complete academic program while being encouraged to find their individual passions. Our faculty guides, encourages and leads students during their foundational and innovative learning journey and is proud to provide a family-centered, nurturing environment enabling our students to thrive.

Community service programs, field trips, and numerous extracurricular activities allow students to try new things and explore various interests. Elementary students at VCS will have many opportunities to stretch, grow, and thrive, while wrapped in the love of Christ lived out daily by our faculty and staff.

We’re so glad you are part of our community. Our families are what make Village truly special.

Please let me know if I can answer any questions or help in any way. I am here to serve you.

Mrs. Margie Chespak
Elementary Principal

Expected School-Wide Learning Results

ESLRs stand for “Expected School-Wide Learning Results.” Our ESLRs are in the form of essential questions. We expect all Village Christian School students to have carefully thought through these questions and be able to answer them based on their experiences in academic courses, Bible class and chapel, elective courses, and extracurricular activities. These questions are:

  • Who is God?
  • What is Truth?
  • What is my purpose?
  • How can I access, process, and share information?
  • How can I develop, express, and use my creativity?
  • How can I make wise choices?
  • How can I develop healthy relationships?

A student who has effectively answered these questions is well prepared for not only college academic study, but for being a leader in their professions, families, communities, and churches.

You can learn more about our elementary, middle school, and high school academic programs on our website.

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