Gianna Tesone started her freshman year of high school like many of her peers – with a combination of natural talent, curiosity, and a desire to figure out who she was made to be. Now a junior at Point Loma Nazarene University majoring in Visual Arts and competing as a varsity track athlete, Gianna shares […]
By Rebecca Johnson, Director of Strategic Engagement Not long ago a friend said to me, “I can’t believe how much Valor has accomplished in 20 years.” I smiled and accepted the kind intention of his words before I corrected him. “The school isn’t yet 20 years old,” I replied. Valor’s founding task force formed in […]
What was your favorite class at Valor? I’m pretty technically minded, so I really loved math and physics classes. My favorite class was with Mr. Spicer who has since gone on to work at United. He is an amazing man who served in the Air Force Academy for a long time—a test pilot and all […]
What were your favorite activities at Valor? I played tennis and performed in one play. I loved the sport, but I especially loved being in Beauty and the Beast my senior year. I have to say I was a little bitter about the play at first because I made final callbacks for the role of […]
The road that led to Colorado State for Marybeth Sant required faith and perseverance through the highest of highs, to the low of possible medical retirement and loss of a dream. Click here to read the full article by Collegian sports reporter Luke Zahlmann.
Annalisa Galgano will travel to Greece to study how the Greek leftist social solidarity movement has supported refugees in AthensNYU Abu Dhabi. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for individually designed study or research projects and offers opportunities for students to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary […]
Click to hear Valor Alumna Olivia Smith (’12) speak at Chapel.