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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

4 days ago

12/4/2019

Beta Club: Beta Club members, there will be a short meeting Thursday, December 5th. You can attend the 7:15 AM meeting or the 3:15 PM meeting. Make plans to attend. It is mandatory that you attend at least one of the meetings.

Attention Seniors: Do you need help completing your FASFA? Do you need help getting started? Do you have questions about financial aid? We will be holding a FASFA Completion Workshop for students and parents, Tuesday December 10th beginning at 3:30 PM EST in the computer lab (206). If you have started your FASFA and need help completing the process, this is the perfect opportunity for you to receive the help and assistance you need. Both students and parents will need their FASFA ID username and password. Parents are encouraged to bring a copy of your tax documents. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Bledsoe or Ms. Harris.

Also, once you have completed your FASFA, we will place your name in the drawing for a chance to win prizes if you forward your confirmation email to the counselor.


Peer Mediators: Mr Redding would like to meet with all Peer Mediators in the computer lab (Room 206) during advocacy period on Wednesday, December 4th and Thursday, December 5th.

Bullying Prevention Theme: The Bullying Prevention message for the month of December is "Shur Down Bullying." Shut it down VHS.

Science Club meeting: Science club meeting will be held Wednesday (12/4/2019) at 3:15 in Mr. Stuart's room. All students are welcomed to attend.

Congratulations to the following seniors:


Seirra Cooper received the Freshman Achievement Scholarship from Montevallo University in the amount of $4,000.


Megan Ford received the President's Scholarship Award from Faulkner University in the amount of $36,000.


Caneshia Winston received the Achievement Scholarship from Auburn University at Montgomery in the amount of $12,000.


As of today, Scholarship totals for the graduating Class of 2020 is at $288,000.00. If you have any scholarships offers plea e remember to bring those in to Ms. Harris

Congratulations to Will Bush for making a commitment to serve his country by enlisting into the U.S. Marines.


We are very proud of Will and wish him all the best in his future. If you are interested in joining the military please see a counselor for more information.

Announcement:   Career Connections Expo Every 

Students, have you decided on your future career?   We will have a Career Connections Expo here at VHS on Thursday, December 5t h! Representatives from local business and industry will be on campus in the gym to share information about their chosen career fields and opportunities within their business. Our Career Tech programs will also be represented as pathways for you to explore.

If you are looking for a job, several businesses have expressed that they will have applications available. Come ready to take advantage of this special opportunity by participating and asking questions to learn more about a variety of career fields. All students are invited to attend. We'll call for you Thursday morning to report to the gym.

Also, please be aware if you park in front or along the side of the gym, you will need to park in the gravel lot next Thursday. 

Share your Valley Spirit for Christmas. Cheerleaders are selling t-shirts, long sleeve shirts and hoodies. There are three designs and two colors you can choose from. See Mrs. Phillips or a cheerleader if you want to see the design. Short Sleeve $12, Short Sleeve (Dri-Fit) $16, Long Sleeve (Cotton)$16, Crew Neck Sweatshirt $16, Long Sleeve Dri-Fit $18 and Hoodie $22. All money is due Monday, December 2nd. 

 


 

Congratulations to our VHS Competition Cheerleaders! They competed this weekend at the Southern Championship in Birmingham. They received 1st place in traditional routine and 5th place in game day with a score of 91, which is the highest score they received by any VHS cheer team and only out of first place by 2.1 points. They also received bids to the National High School Cheerleading Competion which will take place February 5-10, 2020. Great Job Cheerleaders.

 

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.

 

Tennis Tryouts: will be held Tuesday, December 3rd and Thursday, December 5th starting at 3:30pm ate the Sportsplex Tennis Courts. Students must attend at least one of the days to make the team. No prior experience is necessary.

The student-parent meeting will be Wednesday, December 11th at 5:00pm in Mr.  Stuart’s room, room 509.

Junior Opportunity: Tallapoosa River Electric Cooperative (TREC) will be sending two area high school juniors on two all-expenses paid trips to Montgomery and Washington D.C. to represent them on the 2020 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. To qualify, a student must be a junior in high school and be a dependent of a TREC member.


This once in a lifetime experience provides opportunities for students to learn about the history of Alabama and the United States. They also learn about the cooperative form of business and the legislative process, not to mention they make lifelong friends!


Students interested in participating must see Ms. Bledsoe or visit www.trec.coop for an application. The deadline to turn applications in to Ms. Bledsoe is January 10, 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:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t47-SdRM-_n1PZBsiSfn-09o5UrG9cAr/view
  • 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.

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

WHERE:
Room 404
Ms. Shaddix

SERVICES:
Tutoring, Homework, Study Guides
Bell Schedule
REGULAR 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



PEP RALLY/CLUB DAY SCHEDULE


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
email: phillipslj@chambersk12.org
email: creelea@chambersk12.org

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 www.balfourAL.com.
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.