Valley Christian High School (Missoula, Montana)

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Valley Christian High School
Missoula, Montana, (Missoula County), 59808
 United States
Coordinates 46°51′30″N 114°02′25″W / 46.85833°N 114.04028°W / 46.85833; -114.04028Coordinates: 46°51′30″N 114°02′25″W / 46.85833°N 114.04028°W / 46.85833; -114.04028
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Christian
Opened 1979
Founder Earle Reimer
Status open
School district D-B
Superintendent Chris Martineau
Principal Jon Hawkins
Vice principal Chris Martineau
Grades 912
Enrollment approx. 100 (2009 estimate)
Grade 9 19
Grade 10 24
Grade 11 25
Grade 12 26
Color(s) Green, blue, white
Athletics district B
Athletics conference B
Nickname VCH
Team name Eagles
Communities served Missoula, Montana

Valley Christian High School is a private, Christian high school located in Missoula, Montana.[1] Valley Christian is part of the Montana High School Association, so the school can compete in nation-wide sporting events. Both girl, and boy teams are named the Eagles.[2] Valley Christian High School is accredited with the Montana Office of Public Instruction.[3]


Earle Reimer founded the high school and elementary school in 1979 with approximately 25 students.[4] As time went on the school became known, and today there is approximately 100 high school students, and a total of 230 (K-8).[3] Valley Christian also offers and online high school that averages 70 students annually.[5]

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  5. ^ Eagle Christian School - A Quality Christian Education Online