Daily Announcements





January 28, 2021


General “Need To Know” Info:


     Hey, hey - any current 8th - 11th grader that is interested in trying out for the 2021-2022 Valley Center High School Cheer Squad, please complete the form below                              

There will also be a tryout informational meeting that is scheduled for Thursday, February 18th at 7:00 p.m. either at the HS Commons Area or via Zoom.  This meeting will cover important tryout information, provide general idea of what we are planning for next year, talk regarding camp and expenses, etc.   Just a bunch of fun stuff!

Winter offseason strength & conditioning will start Tuesday, January 19, 2021. Sessions will take place Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday after school from 3:10 pm - 4 pm throughout January & February. All athletes who are not participating in a winter sport are highly encouraged to attend. Students can and are encouraged to attend on scheduled remote days in the hybrid-learning format.


For 2021 VCHS Baseball updates and announcements please follow @VCBaseball on Twitter and sign up for the remind app group….

              Text @99fbdk to 81010


Any one that is interested in softball this Spring should join the Zoom Meeting on Monday, January 11th at 11:05 AM.

Zoom Link:

Text Remind Link:

We will also have open gym hitting and throwing times.

Hornet Male Athletes, are you a Sophmore – Senior and participated in a Varsity Sport either this season or in previous? If so, joining Varsity Club is a great opportunity to give back to your classmates, school and community. We are involved in multiple activities such as clothing drives, Christmas Kids, Powderpuff and Sand Volleyball. Being a Varsity Athlete is a privilege and being part of Varsity Club member further extends that privilege to a elite club. If you’re interested in joining Varsity Club, please fill out the form below as well as follow us on Twitter @VCHSVARSITYCLUB


Counselor’s Corner:


Grow Your Own Lawyer program -  open to high school juniors and seniors with an emphasis on including racial minority and female students who have interest in pursuing a career in law.  We match each student with a lawyer /mentor with whom the student will meet several times during the spring semester.  We also include monthly programs and events for those students. Due to COVID-19, a lot of the events will be virtual this year, which will address some of the safety and other logistical concerns.  Interviews will be conducted via ZOOM ONLY.  Deadline is Wednesday, February 10.   Application can be found on the Volunteer Opportunities section of the Counseling website, or through your counselor.  


VCHS dual credit class enrollment is going on now, from Jan 20-Jan 28th.  These are classes that our teachers teach at VCHS.

See instructions here  For questions, see Ms. Seacat before/after school, during Advisory or at lunch, or email her at Instructions will be in Google Classrooms for the appropriate classes.  


               Attention Juniors and Seniors,

Are you interested in learning more about Computer, Civil, Architectural, Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical, or another type of Engineering? The Wichita Society of Professional Engineers is holding an "Engineer for a Day" event, to be held on Thursday, February 25th. Interested students should email Ms. Seacat (, and fill out the following link:

Be sure to give them an active email address (that you will check), as this will be the primary method of communication for registration. Placement with Engineers is first come first serve and space is limited, early registration is recommended. Registration closes Feb 5th. Due to COVID-19, the event will be held virtually.  The plan is to have small groups of students paired with a couple of engineers within their field of interest for a 1-2 hour panel discussion and demonstrate of what they do.





     Start your second semester off ahead of the game by attending After School Tutoring! It starts Monday, January 25th, and will be located in the library from 3:00-4:30 PM. Stop in to get 1:1 support in the areas of math, science, ELA, and social studies. You can also come in for a quiet place to work or to use the computers. Don't miss out!