About Us

Victor Valley Christian School in partnership with home and church exists to equip students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially to become exemplary Christians who impact the world for Jesus Christ.

Elementary School Hours: 8:15am-3:00pm
Secondary School Hours: 8:00am-3:15pm


Vision:  To Prepare students for life and eternity
Foundation: Established in 1971

Distinction:  VVCS is a college preparatory institution, with courses approved for transfer by the University of California systems

Accreditation: Dual accreditation with WASC and ACSI

Religious Affiliation: Victorville First Assembly of God Church

Lunch Program:  On-site preparation ,full service industrial kitchen with a certified cafeteria staff

Classrooms equipped with Chrome Books

Parent Organizations:  PTF (parent/teacher fellowship)
Academic Program

Advance Placement:  Multiple AP classes offered yearly

Teacher to Student Ratio: 18:1 average

Elementary Curriculum:  Bob Jones University Press

Concurrent Enrollment: Partnership with the local community college, and private Christian colleges offering students the opportunity to earn college credits in high school.

Extracurricular Activities

Athletics Offered:  Volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball

Clubs Offered for High School: Associated Student Body (ASB), Interact Club

Clubs Offered for Elementary: Chess Club, Art Club, Computer Club, Tae Kwon Do, Junior Bible Quiz, Drama, Cheerleading, Tumbling

Educational and Recreation Field Trips:  Museums, Libraries, Missions Trip, Spiritual Retreat, Griffith Park, Rileys Apple Farm and much more

School Profile

Victor Valley Christian School
CEED Code: 053659
Mailing Address: 15260 Nisqualli Rd., Victorville, CA. 92395
Phone Number: (760) 241-8827
School Principal: Robert Polak (rpolak@vvcs.org)
School Website: vvcs.org

Grading and Ranking
A-Excellent 90-100. ---4.0
B-Above Average 80-89 ---3.0
C-Average 70-79 ---2.0
D-Below Average 60-69 ---1.0
F-Not passing Below 60 ---0.0
*NOTE: AP Courses are weighted on a 5.0 point scale.

Victor Valley Christian School (VVCS) is a college preparatory, private institution serving K-12th grade students. VVCS has been a part of the High Desert community since 1971. VVCS is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).

The primary curriculum used in K-6th grade is Bob Jones University Press (BJU). In grades 7th through 12th, BJU and various other curriculum are used, including College Board approved Advance Placement (AP) materials.

Course Offerings
Courses offered meet or exceed the University of California standards, and are therefore a-g approved courses. Advanced Placement (AP) courses as well as college-level courses are offered as a means of obtaining college credits, while attending high school.

School Calendar
The academic program is organized in a traditional format with seven, 50 minute class sessions per day, Monday through Friday. School is in session beginning in August, and ending by June. Elementary students begin classes at 8:15am, and are dismissed from school at 3:00pm. Secondary students begin classes at 8:00am, and are dismissed from school at 3:15pm.

College Readiness Program
Victor Valley Christian School participates in the local transition to college and career program called Bridge. This program helps to prepare student for post high school college course work, as well as career options

Cultural Climate
Victor Valley Christian School has a diverse student population. With no more than 20% of its overall population consisting of international students on F-1 VISAs.

Standardized Test Results
Standardized testing is conducted each spring with 1st through 7th grade students. PSAT testing is conducted in the spring with our 8th and 9th grade students, and in the fall with our 10th and 11th grade students. SAT prep workshops and other services are made available to students in high school.

Post High School Placement
Approximately 70% of our students matriculate directly into 4-year colleges and/or universities, with the remainder entering junior college, vocational schooling, or the military.

Some of the Most Common Colleges Attended by VVCS Graduates are as Follows:
Biola University
Cal Baptist University
Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach, Riverside, and San Bernardino
Concordia University
Evangel University
Grand Canyon University
UC Riverside and San Diego
Vanguard University
Victor Valley Community College

Some of the Most Common Declared Majors Include the Following:
Biblical Studies
Business & Marketing
Computer Science
International Studies