A Place for Parents

When you choose a high school for your student, you’re also choosing a community for yourself and your family. Whether you’re looking to connect with other professionals through the Valor Business Network, grow with other men and women through moms’ and dads’ Bible studies, or get involved specifically in your student’s area of passion, there are many options are open to parents.

Did you know that all Valor parents are automatically members of the Valor Parents Association (VPA)? The VPA connects and involves parents in building the Valor community, volunteering, and advancing Valor’s vision to transform the world for Christ. Each class has representatives on the VPA board who are a great point of reference to help you learn more about getting involved.

The Peisner Family

Pam Peisner, VPA board member, has found Valor to be a place of rich community for both herself and her daughter. “Valor is a really special place that can work alongside your family to guide your students towards owning their faith, excelling in academics and nurturing their individual potential. My daughter is a sprinter on the track and field team and I regularly attend the Mom’s Bible study, volunteer at the Eagles Nest, am a member of the VPA board, and a Track Team Parent.”

Wendy Hale, another VPA board member, has experienced different facets of Valor through her son and daughter. “We chose to enroll our kids at Valor because of the Christian education, college preparatory academics, and adult mentoring and relationships. Our kids have been involved in a wide variety of activities including theatre, film, life groups, Discovery, Valor Pulse, football, and lacrosse while I’ve tried my hand in the VPA, Mom’s Bible Study, and volunteering at the Bistro, Eagle’s Nest, in Admissions, team sports, the After Prom Committee, and other areas as needed.”

As parents, we grow better together through community and holding each other up. You can engage in parent Bible studies, parent enrichment educational events, volunteering, and fellowship groups, just to name a few. Teresa Kozan, Parent Community Lead, is passionate about providing opportunities for parents to connect and support one another. No matter your schedule, we hope you will find a place at Valor to connect, grow, and thrive throughout your student’s high school journey.

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