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  • 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 932 students served by 71 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 joint enrollment program.

    Secondary to our strong academic curriculum are the opportunities afforded our students athletically. Our female students compete with other high schools in basketball, softball, track, tennis, soccer, and cheerleading. 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.

Daily Announcements

1 day ago

9/21/17



*Fall Make-Up Picture Day is Monday, Sept. 25 for those who were not photographed in August.  These pictures are for all faculty, staff, and students grades 9-11.  Order forms and reminders will be passed out in homeroom.

*If you could save 3 lives would, you?  You can by donating blood on Wednesday, September 27 from 8:00 to 3:00.  To give blood, you must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110lbs. and have a picture ID.  If you are 16, you must get a permission form signed by your parents.  Sign up will be Monday, September 25 during lunch.  So be sure to sign up on that day.  

*Congratulations to the 2017 Bowling Team!  Girls--Peyton Fitch, Marli Brooks, Onna Williamson, Emily Sims, Haylee Hawkins, Tanna Dykes, Sheridan Garsee, Summer How; Boys--Jett Clark, Jacob Neil, Clifford Borden, Brandyn Johnson, John Emfinger, Austin Hamby.

*All students parking on campus must have a parking permit by tomorrow, August 30th.  After tomorrow, your car will be towed at the owner's expense for not having one.  You may purchase parking permits in the school's attendance office.

*All 11th & 12th grade students interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) should sign up in the counselor's office by Friday, September 22nd.  The test is free of charge and will be given at VHS in the Media Center on Tuesday, September 26th.  The ASVAB is useful for helping you plan for your future career regardless of whether or not you are interested in the military.  We encourage all juniors and seniors to participate in this program.

*A representative from Auburn University--College of Engineering will be here on Tuesday, October 10th at 8:45am.  This is a perfect time for you to ask questions about the college admissions process, scholarship opportunities, etc.  Seniors interested in speaking with this representative may sign up in the counselors' office.

*A representative from University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) will be here on Wednesday, October 25th at 10:00am.  This is a perfect time for you to ask questions about the college admissions process, scholarship opportunities, etc.  Seniors interested in speaking with this representative may sign up in the counselors' office..

*All 11th & 12th grade students interested in taking the ASVAB should sign up in the counselor’s office by Friday, September 22.  The test is free of charge and will be given at VHS in the library on Tuesday, September 26th.  The ASVAB is useful in helping you plan for your future career regardless of whether or not you are interested in the military.  We encourage all juniors and seniors to participate in this program.


*Key Club applications are due today.  We may take late applications through Friday, September 22nd.  Key Club dues are $40 and due by October 12th.  These dues will include your tshirt also.  Mr. Pino will collect dues on Thursday, Sept. 21 and Thursday, Oct 5.  Mrs. Sharp will collect dues on Thursday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Oct. 12. 


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

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