If a few moments could sum up more than a decade of his family’s Valor story, Jim Goff says they would be graduation day snapshots—Taylor’s, Rudy’s, and Graylen’s. He remembers seeing “their mom turn their tassels.” Not every mom gets to do that. But Jody has earned the privilege, though she would never claim so […]
The Valor Team: Friends and Colleagues Jay McCann joined Valor’s College and Career Counseling team in 2015. Working in a school as an education professional, Jay was seeking a fresh opportunity to direct students in their college pursuits. He was drawn to the mission and vision of Valor and desired to work in a Christian […]
Valor’s Anthony Wanjiru was born in the slums of Nairobi Kenya—the youngest of six. “I was raised by a single parent, in the worst parts of Kenya. Most of my friends died young from malnourishment, malaria, drugs or violence,” he says. Anthony escaped his circumstance through Compassion International. Through his Compassion sponsorship, Anthony was the […]
The life of Valor Faculty member, Marty Magehee, has taken him from tour buses, to recording studios, to record production, to teaching the next generation of artists. Marty began his music career with the band Truth, and later 4HIM. “I was on a tour bus the day after I graduated college with Truth. We traveled […]
Valor’s School Resource Officer, Mike Adams, was recently named Douglas County’s Deputy of the Year. Mike has served our school faithfully for many years as part of the Safety and Security team. Thanks for all you do, Mike!
Born in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, Valor’s IT Help Desk Analyst, Anthony Wanjiru, has an inspiring testimony of God’s faithfulness. On Wednesday, September 16, he shared that story with our student body in Chapel. Anthony talked frankly about some of the struggles he faced growing up in the slums, struggles that middle-class Americans could only imagine. […]