High school prepares students in grades 9-12 to graduate and pursue undergraduate studies at various colleges and universities. They are encouraged to take honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses with the potential to earn college credit. Although the individuality of each student is recognized, they are offered ability-based challenges to make them competitive on whatever post-high school level they transition to.
They are also encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities that build character and promote social development. The goal is for VCCS students to leave prepared as confident learners, independent thinkers and problem solvers, able to impact their world by taking Christ into every area of society.