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Valley Center District and Curriculum

Valley Center USD promotes a respectful atmosphere with a rigorous academic focus based on the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards. Students are given support and encouragement while held to high academic standards. Clear expectations are established for what students should have learned by the end of each school year. Teachers have the leeway to tailor their lessons to fit the individual needs of students while maintaining challenging offerings. Interventions are offered for those who need them. The hope is that all students will take responsibility for their own learning and grow to succeed.

We currently cover the following Valley Center-area school district: Valley Center USD 262.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Valley Center District Curriculum

The curriculum stresses critical thinking and reading and analytical writing skills as well as science literacy and problem solving skills. Students read myriad texts in different forms and genres, from digital to hardcopy, novels, nonfiction, poetry, and short fiction. Students are given guiding questions and read for understanding as well as structure. Students form opinions and gather evidence to support these opinions. They write analytical essays using evidence and participate in discussions and oral presentations.

Students are also offered many extracurricular opportunities, ranging from sports and performing and visual arts to music and academic clubs. There are also academic clubs that allow students to participate in academic competitions like Speech and Debate competitions, the Math Bowl, or Science Olympiad. Community service is also encouraged in the hopes that students will become engaged in their school and with their peers and will grow to be engaged and active in their community when they are older.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Valley Center Educational News

  • VCHS Activities & Athletics - Valley Center High School offers extracurricular opportunities in sports, academics, community service, and special interest. Students are encouraged to find groups that interest them and take advantage of the experiences offered. Groups include DECA, FBLA, Student Council, and many sports teams.
  • Kansas Career Pipeline - A resource that has been developed to assist students in figuring out what career paths are of interest to them is the Kansas Career Pipeline. This helps students understand what types of jobs exist, the education or experience needed for different types of positions, and what they might expect for their professional life.
  • Valley Center Booster Club - The Valley Center Booster Club is a parent-run group that supports the athletic and extracurricular student organizations in the schools across the district. Year-round fundraising helps to fund the expenses of team travel, uniforms, and various resources needed for the students.

Valley Center Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Resumes for College Applications

A college resume is a one-page list of extracurricular activities. They’re very useful for college admissions committees because they’re easy reference tools. There isn’t a set format for resumes, but some elements should be the same. For example, the student’s name and contact info should be centered at the top of the page. The rest of the page should be divided into sections. These sections contain the activities, grouped according to theme. It’s a good idea to make these themes as telling as possible, to get the most “bang for your buck.” So, instead of having a section with sports and another with clubs, have one with leadership activities, which might include some clubs and some sports. At first, students might think that a page is a lot of fill, but the reality is that a page fills up quickly, and only the most significant activities will fit.