Big Valley Christian School is a Christ-centered, college prep high school for born again believers who desire to grow in Christ while completing a well-rounded academic course of study. Students enjoy a full program of academics, fine arts, athletics, and co-curricular activities in a thoroughly modern facility. As we prepare our students for the future, a high school counselor who knows each student is available to assist in college planning. More than 95% of our high school graduates go on to two or four-year institutions and our students have been accepted to the top universities across California and the United States. We provide an environment that will challenge students in a Christ-centered educational community.
In addition to a college preparatory course of study, students are encouraged to reach out to the local community for the cause of Christ and to be salt and light to the glory of God. Students also have opportunities to express their talents in fine arts and athletics. All students accepted into the BVCS high school program have made a profession of faith and commit to being active in their church or youth group. Our commitment is to equip your child as a disciple of Christ today . . . to impact the world for Christ tomorrow (Mark 8:34-38).
Art I & II
Spanish 3 & 4
Advanced Placement Courses
2-D Art and Design
3-D Art and Design
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
Weekly chapels include student led worship and biblical teaching.
Small groups meet regularly to allow students to pray together and hold each other accountable.
Student-led Bible studies and prayer groups meet weekly.
Faculty is available to counsel and pray with students.
Retreats & Missions
Annual fall Spiritual Retreat at Hume Lake for all students.
Annual mission opportunities with Modesto Gospel Mission, Modesto City School District, Jenness Park Christian Camp, and Gleanings for the Hungry.
More than 60% of our student body is involved with interscholastic sports.
Clubs and special interest groups such as drama, California Scholarship Federation (CSF), National Honor Society and Yearbook.
Student Government officers and Class Council officers are elected each year to promote class unity, campus pride, and school spirit through planning campus-wide events.
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Here are PDF directions for requesting transcripts:
Parents/students need to create an account and then the transcript will go electronically
to the colleges or universities.