High School

Village Christian High School

Academics

High School Signature Academic Program

Choose from one of six distinctive Concentrations:

Graduating seniors will successfully matriculate to the nation's finest colleges, as well as excel in the increasingly complex life and work environments of the 21st century.

Fine Arts

  • Award-winning music and Theatre Arts programs, including competitions and annual performances.
  • Black Box Theatre and main-stage shows in the Kendall Pavilion.
  • Expand your talents in the Fine Arts Academy as you learn from professional-level instructors.
  • Numerous annual visual arts showcases

Athletics

Volleyball

It is the vision of the Village Christian Athletic Department to be recognized as a small-school power. Teams will compete for Olympic League and CIF-Southern Section championships on an annual basis. Our goal is to be known as a highly successful athletic program that plays with excellence, sportsmanship, and in a way that honors Christ. We will provide athletes the opportunity to play multiple sports and strive to field-lower level teams in all sports offered.

  • High School Athletic Teams: 31
  • Total programs: 14
  • CIF-SS Championships: 6
  • State Championships: 1

Spiritual Life

The Biblical Studies Department at Village Christian School designs curriculum and experiences to invite our students to consider, respond to, and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Serve at missions, shelters, and service organizations across the Greater Los Angeles area as part of VCServes.

  • Chapels and grade-specific retreats.
  • 1:5 Circles of Care Initiative.
  • Join international missions trips.

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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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