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Valor Christian High School students lead active and engaging lives. From the academic classroom to the performing arts stage to the playing field and the mission field, our students participate in a wide range of activities that allow them to develop their skills and gifts as future leaders that will “transform the world for Christ”.

Our desire is to provide a well-rounded learning environment where students feel a deep sense of community that allows them to thrive as they build lifelong friendships with their peers, teachers, coaches, and other adult mentors.

For more information about how to get involved, please contact Mrs. Denise Paswaters, Student Leadership Coordinator, or stop by her office in Room 221.

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Senior Yearbook Photos

Preparing for Senior Year — Monty Nuss Photography generously partners with Valor to provide complimentary senior yearbook pictures. We encourage our rising seniors to make an appointment this summer to have their picture taken and avoid the rush in the fall. Rising seniors may also choose to purchase a senior portrait session from Monty Nuss, […]

Highlands Ranch Community Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to seniors, Aaron Shultz and Karli Sugar for being awarded a Highlands Ranch Community Scholarship on Monday, May 1. These two students were selected by the Highlands Ranch 501(c)(3) organization to honor their past academic performance, future potential and participation in their school and the community. Each student received a $2,000 award to be […]

Transformation in Guatemala

This summer, Valor Discovery sent eight teams across the globe to serve in Christ’s name through ministry, labor, outreach and relationship. In June, one of those teams traveled to Guatemala for two weeks of sacrifice and rich ministry in the Guatemalan cities of Zacapa and Antigua. The experience, which marked the fifth for Discovery in […]

UPDATE: Kendra Knapp’s Original Play Receives World Premiere

Earlier this year, Senior Kendra Knapp submitted her original one-act play, Sonder, to the Regional High School Playwriting Competition hosted by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA). She beat out 212 other submissions to take the top spot in the state. “Sonder is a play about technology and how technology changes the way we […]