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Willamette Valley Christian School’s history from 1967-2017


Willamette Valley Christian School began as a church ministry in 1967 in Woodburn, Oregon. Today it is an independent, non-denominational ministry serving the Christian community of Oregon's Mid-Willamette Valley. WVCS offers preschool, elementary and secondary grade levels.


We provide students with a Christ-centered education building on high academic standards.

Why I love WVCS
Willamette Valley Christian School is a supportive community where students are accepted and families are known. WVCS partners with parents to encourage students to grow in grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. WVCS is an extension of the Christian home and the church.

Willamette Valley Christian School allows Christ to redeem and transform the school body. Its goal is to model Christ in all that is done and to train and equip students for life.


"I've always felt part of the Willamette Valley Christian School family ever since I attended. That's why I teach here now. There is a spiritual depth here at Willamette Valley that I haven't experienced anywhere else. It's that combination of family, solid academics, and deep spiritual foundation that I experienced at WVCS that prepared me for college and made me who I am today."

- 2002 Alum and WVCS Teacher


Professionally trained, certified and experienced teachers serve as academic leaders and role models engaging students to develop higher-level thinking skills. Small class sizes allow teachers to know students even before they enter the next grade level. Willamette Valley Christian School is an accredited school that offers college concurrent credited classes. WVCS creates an environment that enables students to achieve their highest potential.


Willamette Valley Christian School activities and sports programs teach perseverance, self-control, and fair play. In addition, WVCS offers art, worship team, drama, high school Washington DC tip, high school Mexico Mission trip, annual middle and high school retreats, as well as other activities. As ambassadors for Christ, participants focus on supporting, accepting and encouraging each other.

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