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VHS Receives Donation
Thank you Rep. Debbie Wood for donating $5000 to help fund a new sign for Valley High School. Your help is immensely appreciated and will make our new sign within reach. We truly appreciate you and what you do for Valley High School.

Daily Announcements

7 days ago


Golf Meeting:

There will be a golf informational meeting on Tuesday January 21st at 6:00pm in the VHS Cafeteria about the upcoming season. This meeting is meant for any returning players and their parents as well as anyone who is interested in playing this year.  If you have any questions concerning this meeting or about the golf team in general please see Coach Power.

Auburn University STEM Department:

Auburn University's STEM Department will have a High School visitation/Preview Day for juniors and seniors on Monday) January 27, 2020.

Auburn University's E-Day 20-20 will take place on Friday, February 28, 2020.  E-DAY is the Engineering Open House where students in grades 7th-12th are invited to visit campus and learn more about Auburn Engineering through tours, hands-on displays and the opportunity to speak with engineering faculty and staff. There will also be an information session for Juniors and Seniors.

Students interested in attending either of these events may see Ms. Harris in between classes for more details.

Swim Team:

If you have signed up to join the swim team or would like to do so, there is an informational parent meeting at 6 PM on January 22nd in the VHS Library. Please make sure you and one of your parents are in attendance.

Congratulations to the following seniors:

Morgan Ammons received the Academic Achievement Scholarship from Belhaven

University in the amount of $48,000.

Madison Bush received the Academic Achievement Scholarship from Belhaven
University in the amount of $48,000.

Seirra Cooper received the UAB Academic Achievement Scholarship from The University of Alabama at Birmingham in the amount of $10,000. Seirra also received the Recognition Scholarship to Auburn University at !Montgomery in the amount of $6,000.

Connor Corbin received the Gamecock Spirit Scholarship from Jacksonville State

University in the amount of $10,000.

Sunshine Cotney received the Academic Achievement Scholarship from Belhaven University in the amount of $48,000.

Makayla Green received the National Blue Devil Scholarship from Lawrence Technical University in the amount of $20,000.

Mikaya Heard received the President Hubert F, Searcy Scholarship from The Huntingdon College in the amount of $15,000. Mikaya also received the Dean's Scholarship in the amount of $32,000 from Faulkner University.

Andie Roberts received the Spirit of Auburn University Scholarship from Auburn University in the amount of $20,000.

As of today, Scholarship totals  for the graduating  Class of 2020 is at

$887,000.00. If you have any scholarships offers  please remember to bring those in to Ms. Harris.

Cheer Tryouts:

If you are interested in trying out for cheerleader or mascot, please sign up in the library by this Friday.  Tryout clinic will be held this year March 2-5th and the actual tryout will be on Friday, March 6th.  There will not be a parent meeting this year.  However, there are deadlines you will need to meet in order to receive full compliance points for tryouts.Sign up and get your initial information sheet by this Friday, January 17th in the library before school, after school, or between classes. Do not come during class to sign up and do not ask for a tardy pass.Pay your $10 tryout fee by next Friday, January 24th by Noon to Mrs. Phillips in the library.  Once your tryout fee is paid you will receive your information packet.Your information packet is due back filled out completely by Tuesday, January 27th. AHSAA Completed Physical or documentation of current physical already on file are due to Mrs. Phillips by Friday, February 21st at 3:00.Please make sure you complete all items on time to receive full compliance points for tryouts.

Art Guild

There will be an Art Guild meeting in Ms. Davidson's room after school on Thursday 1/16/2020.

Employment Opportunity:

Students in 11th and 12th grade will now be able to work as poll workers for the upcoming election year. Students will need to have a letter of recommendation from their principal or other school official, be at least 16 years old, be a resident of the county/city, and enrolled in a public school or accredited private high school.If you qualify and are interested, please see a counselor for an application or if you have any questions. Applications are due by the end of January in order to work the election in March.

Track Meeting

Students, there will be a mandatory meeting for the track team on Friday, January 17.  The meeting will take place at 3:30pm in the cafeteria. Please make plans to be there.

Bezos Scholars Program

Applications are now open for the Bezos Scholars program, a year-long leadership development program that amplifies youth voice and action. Current high school juniors are invited to apply. Scholars gain leadership skills, collaborate  and build their networks, and make a meaningful  difference  in their community. If you are an interested 11th grade student and demonstrate academic rigor, maturity, curiosity, and community leadership, please see Ms. Bledsoe for the link to complete  the online application. All applications  are due by January 31, 2020.

Tutoring: Need help writing a paper, pulling up your social studies grade, or studying for a big math or science test? The members of the National Honor Society would like to announce that they are currently available for tutoring free-of-charge after school or before school by appointment. Please see a member of NHS or Mr. Thrower in room 203 to sign-up.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) meets every Tuesday at 7:15 AM in the VHS Library for a morning devotion and fellowship. FCA is open to any student at VHS and not just students that play on a sports team. Hope you can join us.

Mu Alpha Theta Tutoring:

When: Every Tuesday 7:00AM to 7:35 AM and 3:15PM to 4:00P in Coach Hall’s room 403. You can get tutoring, help on homework or study guides.


Virtual School 2019-2020 School Year
We are now accepting applications for Virtual School for the 2019-2020 school year. Please download the application and complete it. Return it to Mr. Creel-Flores at VHS. There will be a mandatory meeting for everyone interested on April 22, 2019 at 5:00PM in the VHS Library.

Application Link:
  • About Us
    All About VHS: Valley High School is a fully accredited 9th through 12th grade facility located in the rapidly growing area of East Alabama. As of January, the high school currently has a student body of 852 students served by 70 faculty/staff members.

    Valley High offers a full range of opportunities academically, athletically, and socially. We have both general and advanced academic courses. We also give highly motivated students the opportunity to do college level work and earn college credit hours while still in high school by attending Southern Union State Community College through our dual enrollment program.

    Secondary to our strong academic curriculum are the opportunities afforded our students athletically. Our female students compete with other high schools in volleyball, basketball, softball, track, tennis, soccer, and competition cheer. Our male students compete in football, basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, and track. On the non-competitive level, our curriculum includes physical education.

    Valley High has a long tradition of excellence on the playing field. Most importantly, our students are taught to win or lose with dignity and pride in themselves and their school.

    The opportunities provided for our students to grow socially come from a wide array of activities and clubs which are available to all who wish to participate. Service and social clubs, such as Key Club and FCCLA actively promote community involvement in our students. Events at school such as Homecoming, Miss Vallerata Pageant, the Junior-Senior Prom, and many, many others allow our faculty and students to work together outside of the classroom. Needless to say, many of the best and most memorable lessons in life come from these social interactions.

    If you have already chosen to relocate in our community, we welcome you and look forward to our work together. If you are visiting our area, on behalf of the students, faculty, and staff of the Valley High School family, we would like to extend to you an open invitation to visit our campus at any time. Should you be moving to our area with teenage children, you will find in Valley High School an atmosphere open and receptive to new students with a great pride in our school and its students. We look forward to having you in the Valley High family.
  • Our Mission
    Recognizing that our students are the leaders of tomorrow, Valley High School strives to provide the opportunity for a quality and equitable education for all students as they grow and become successful lifelong learners who will survive and thrive in our ever-changing global community.
Free Math Tutoring
Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club) offers free math tutoring.

Every Tuesday & Wednesday
7:00 AM - 7:35 AM
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM

Room 404
Ms. Shaddix

Tutoring, Homework, Study Guides
Bell Schedule

Call In Bell 7:35

1st Period: 7:40 – 8:36

2nd Period: 8:40 – 9:31

3rd Period: 9:35 – 10:26

4th Period: 10:30-12:00

5th Period: 12:04 – 12:55

6th Period: 12:59 – 1:50

7th Period: 1:54 – 2:14

8th Period: 2:18 – 3:09


Call In Bell 7:35

Homeroom: 7:40 – 7:49

1st Period: 7:53 – 8:42

2nd Period: 8:46 – 9:35

3rd Period: 9:39 – 10:28

4th Period: 10:32 – 11:56

5th Period: 12:00 – 12:49

6th Period: 12:53 – 1:36

7th Period: 1:40 – 2:24

Pep Rally: 2:24 – 3:09
Contact Us
Laurie Phillips, Webmaster
Eric Creel-Flores, Webmaster
501 Highway 29
Valley, AL 36854
Phone (334) 756-4105
Fax (334) 756-9602

If you need to contact anyone at the school you may either email them from their personal page or email the address above and it will be forwarded to them.
Diploma Replacement
In order to order a replacement diploma, please follow the following procedure:

1. The regular diploma and the mini diploma are $35 each or both for $65.
2. You may pay online or you can call Balfour and make payment over the phone.
3. Once you place your order, Balfour will contact Valley High for verification.
4. To order you will need to visit the Balfour website at
5. On the homepage – click on the tab located in the upper right hand corner; “Make a Payment”

6. On the payment page – complete the form with your name as it should appear on the diploma;

7. When it asks what you are making a payment for, you need to select “other”;

8. In the box beside the word “other” you will enter your year of graduation and whether you want a diploma, miniature, or diploma and miniature. example: (2009 diploma)

9. When is asks how much the payment is, please select “other” and enter 35.00 or $65 depending upon whether you are purchasing one diploma or a diploma and mini.

10. Then click submit.

11. The next screen that appears will be the secure portion of the website – we can’t see anything from that page so it’s very important they complete the first screen.