VCHS Dance Ensemble presents Works in Progress Dance Concert. It’s a FREE preview of the dances that both the VCHS Dance Team and Advanced Dance classes have been working on throughout the year. Performed at 3:30 pm and 6:00 pm on Friday, January 24th in the Maxine Theater with first come, first served, seating. Donations … Continue reading Works in Progress Dance Concert
Do you have talent and potential as a performer? The VCHS dance program is interested in students who show strong performing abilities and a vivid imagination. Do you want to be part of the VCHS Dance Team? We are looking for dancers with the ability to work openly and honestly with others and the ability to be flexible in the artistic … Continue reading VCHS Dance Auditions 2020-2021
Hello all, academic league is here! Academic league allows our school to compete with surrounding schools in quiz-bowl styled games. This fun-filled competition will aid to your growth in knowledge of fun facts as well as allow you to gain some new friends! I hope you can joins us! The scheduled practices for each team … Continue reading Academic League
Hello Jags, as the winter sports come to an end the spring sports start again! Track has already started to take action. They have begun pre-season workouts that take place at the track every Monday, Wednesday and Friday after school. Come out and get a head start to dominate during the track and field season! … Continue reading Spring Sports Coming Soon!
by Cristina Gaspar Participant Meeting: Friday, January 10th during lunch in 302 Coaching Available: During lunch in 302 Entry Form Due: NO LATER THAN Friday, January 17th to room 302 School Competition: Monday, January 27th in the Maxine (periods 1-4) If you participate in the Poetry Out Loud school competition, you must be prepared with … Continue reading Poetry Out Loud
by Melvin Velasquez A speck of light shines through the cracksTwo beams of light praise the one who gave them thatA radiance of joy and lusterAn excitement for the greatness to be musteredDespite the tears and grief that will open doors for bleakeningHere blows a whirlwind of error, the light will flayDiscover your source, discover … Continue reading Growth
by Rania Price and Brianna Angel As 2019 and past decade has come to a close, the new year of 2020 has approached us. Let’s take a look at the student and staff predictions of this year ahead. As the conflict between Iran and the United States has permeated throughout national news, mixed opinions have … Continue reading Predictions of 2020
This will be an ongoing post of different "Who am I?" statements. These statements are from people who make up the Valley Center High School community. If you are inspired to write a "Who am I?" statement, come to room 803 on Wednesday's during lunch to submit yours. 1. I am charismatic and imaginative. I … Continue reading Who Am I? Colors of Consciousness.
by Oscar Saavedra What if you can buy happiness?Everyone would be poor.Why? For everyone wants happiness.Without happiness pain seeps into the brainmaking the soul go numb,with only thoughts to fill a hollow hole.Find your happiness.
by Makena Shaffer Nervousness is normal on tests and exams, but when it becomes hard to take the exam because the anxiety is too much; That is test anxiety. It can be linked to many things such as: feeling unprepared, be afraid of failing, not doing well on previous tests, or all of the above. … Continue reading Test Anxiety