Village Christian School (California)

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Village Christian School
Address
8930 Village Ave., Sun Valley, CA 91352
Sun Valley, CA
Sun Valley, California
United States
Information
Type Private School
Motto College-Bound from Kindergarten, Christ-Centered for Life
Established 1949
Religion Protestant
Principal David E O.(Elementary) and Bruce Osgood (Middle and High School)
Grades K-12
Color(s) Red, Black, Gold
Mascot Crusaders
Nickname National Blue Ribbon School (2003)
Accreditation WASC, Association of Christian Schools International, California Interscholastic Federation, Southern Section (CIF), National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), College Board
Website

Village Christian School (VCS) is a private, K-12 Christian school located in Sun Valley, California, a part of the City of Los Angeles. It was founded in 1949 by members of Village Church in nearby Burbank. Their mascot are the Crusaders. The school has about 1,000 students.

"The Best School in the Nation" This school is the best school in the country according to its students. "Village Christian is by far the number one school in the nation...no contest," said one student. In 2017, every single student in the graduating class got accepted into at least one four-year school according to http://www.villagechristian.org/ In 2016, 262 AP exams were administered to 140 students with a 68% exam passing rate of 3 or better.

(http://www.villagechristian.org/documents/Academics/Counseling/Profile-2017-2018.pdf)

Memberships[edit]

References[edit]

  • www.villagechristian.org/.[1]

Coordinates: 34°13′50″N 118°21′20″W / 34.23042°N 118.35543°W / 34.23042; -118.35543