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Southern Ohio Conference - Basketball
Congratulations to our VHS Honorees who were selected for 1st Team S.O.C. and 2nd Team S.O.C. in Division II Basketball this season.  

          Pictured (L to R):  Andrew Shope - 2nd Team S.O.C. & Brandon Noel - 1st Team S.O.C.


                 Pictured (L to R):  Bre Call - 2nd Team S.O.C. & Hannah Conley - 1st Team S.O.C.
Quiz Bowl
The VHS Quiz Bowl Team finished in 5th place at the County
Tournament at Shawnee State University on March 9, 2017.
The team finished the season in 5th place out of 14 teams with
a final record of 11-6.

Congratulations to the Quiz Bowl Team, and Mr. Howard for finishing with a solid record this year! 

Bottom Row (L to R):  Cody Markins, Brooklyn Price, Zack Messer, Monte Thayer, Leen Heresh, Leah Shephard, Kylee Baldridge
Top Row (L to R):  Corey Basham, Kaitlyn Burchett, Landon McBee, Trevon Donini, Trevin Humston, Megan Turner, Allison Price
Not Pictured:  Nathan Riehl & Caleb Wagner
Science Bowl

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) South Central Ohio Regional Science Bowl was hosted by Shawnee State University at Vern Riffe Center for the Arts on March 10, 2017. There was a total of 32 teams in the competition which included two teams from VHS - Team 1 of seniors and Team 2 of underclassmen.  Team 1 got to play on the big stage, and received semifinalist medals for making the final four.  Team 2 made the final eight.

Congratulations to both VHS teams and Mr. McClay for competing hard, and making a strong run in the Science Bowl!

Front Row (L to R):  Brooklyn Price, Zack Messer, Monte Thayer, Leah Shephard
Back Row (L to R):  Cody Markins, Kaitlyn Burchett, Corey Basham, Landon McBee, Mr. Randy McClay
Not Pictured:  Nathan Riehl & Caleb Wagner

Former Valley Student at OU - Chemical engineering students receive funding for bioengineering research
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Summer Camp at Otterbein University

The 2017 Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted and Talented™ at Otterbein University offers rising high school juniors and seniors opportunities for career exploration through a unique program comprised of classes, seminars and workshops on the arts, sciences and humanities. Taking place in multiple venues throughout Otterbein’s campus, this residential program encourages social interaction and peer discussion so that students can be challenged intellectually and artistically and develop a better understanding of the role of their abilities and talents in their lives and in society.

DATES: June 18-24, 2017

Otterbein University

EVENT SCHEDULE: This residential camp will feature daily workshops and seminars as well as evening field trips and events.

FOR GENERAL INFORMATION: Call 614-823-1570 or visit 
First Generation College Students
Affordable Colleges Online provides community resources and tools related to higher education with an eye on affordability and accreditation. Click on the link below to view the the guide for first generation college students.  The guide is a resource for these students to receive the financial and academic assistance they need.

Scholarship Information for Seniors
Senior scholarship information is located under School Counselor section on left-hand side, and is updated frequently.  Please check website for the most current scholarship information available. 
2016 Southern Ohio Conference
Congratulations to the members of the VHS Football Team who were selected for 1st Team SOC and 2nd Team SOC.  The ALL-SOC Football Awards Banquet was held December 9th at Wheelersburg High School.

1st Team SOC                 2nd Team SOC
Heath Greathouse         Christian Breech
Nathan Riehl                   Andrew Shope
J.T. Ward

L to R:  Darren Crabtree, Head Coach, Nathan Riehl, Heath Greathouse, Andrew Shope, J.T. Ward, Christian Breech, & Jason Fell, Assistant Coach


Ohio Model United Nations is a three-day global education simulation
experience that allows students in grades 6-12 to learn about the
complete operations of the United Nations and its role as the world’s
largest international peacekeeping and humanitarian organization.
Through the process of role-playing, students become delegates
of a selected nation in order to write, present and debate issues
affecting the nations and peoples of the world. Additionally, students
present culturally based talent, participate in global education
contests and debate current issues from the agenda of the United Nations.

Ohio Model United Nations provides students an opportunity to:

  • Learn about cultures, governments and peoples of nations
    throughout the world.
  • Use research skills, writing skills and written & oral
    communications skills.
  • Develop critical thinking skills, problem solving skills
    and evaluative skills.
  • Debate current global issues and world problems.
  • Practice and use leadership skills in a real life global simulation.
  • Understand the need for peace and conflict resolution
    throughout the world.

- "Ohio's Largest Global Education & Leadership Program, Ohio Model United Nations."
OMUN-Ohio Model United Nations, Ohio Leadership Institute, Altherr web design, Web.
2 December 2016.

Valley High School students participated in OMUN on November 27th-29th

held at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Columbus, Ohio.  The students worked
together in groups to prepare and present their nation's issues to hundreds
of students in general assembly for debate and resolution.  We want to recognize and congratulate each student on a job well done at 2016 OMUN.

  Take a look at the pictures below taken at OMUN.

2016 VHS OMUN 

Nation:  Mauritius     Award:  Top 25 Present General Assembly
Corey Basham, Trevin Humston, Cody Markins, Isaac Bradshaw, & Trevon Donini

Nation:  Belgium   Award:  Council Session Top Resolution

Katie Basham, Madison Brewer, Katie Crabtree, Brooklyn Price, Megan Turner, & Allison Price

Nation:  Uganda
Hope Brown, Makenzie Howard, Landon McBee, Shelby Metzler, Kaitlyn Stone, Molly Thompson, & Kelsie Stewart

Nation:  Niger
Nathan Riehl, Zach Elswick, Leen Heresh, Levi Williams, Rylie Smith, & Kylee Baldridge

Nation:  Jamaica

Bailee Day, Grace Brown, Katie Howard, Kolton Bauer, Nate Crabtree, Nick Crabtree, Tanner Spradlin, &    Andrew Shope

Nation:  Dominican Republic
Isaac Crabtree, Brandon Noel, Cayton Ruby, Kathryn Wood, Abby Howard

OMUN Awards:
Brooklyn Price - Council Vice President Elect
Nathan Riehl - Outstanding Leader

2016 Council President
Monte Thayer

General Assembly

OMUN Closing
2016 Wendy's High School Heisman Winners
Wendy's High School Heisman is awarded to high-achieving seniors who participate in a wide range of sports, excel in the classroom, and contribute in their communities with service and leadership.  One boy student and one girl student is selected as winners in each school by Wendy's High School Heisman program.  Seniors, Nathan Riehl and Bre Gahm, were selected for this honorable award, and were recognized on November 15th along with other area school winners.
                              Congratulations to Nathan and Bre!

The American Legion Buckeye Boys State
Buckeye Boys State is a prestigious educational and leadership program for rising seniors sponsored by The American Legion.  The following students participated in this eight-day program June 12th-19th at Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, Ohio:

Front row L to R:  Zach Martin, Brett Hill, Monte Thayer
Back row L to R:  Caleb Wagner, Chase Wagner, Nathan Riehl
The American Legion Buckeye Girls State
Buckeye Girls State is a prestigious educational and leadership program for rising seniors sponsored by The American Legion Auxiliary.  The following students participated in this seven-day program June 12th-18th at University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio:

L to R:  Leah Shephard and Kylie Titer
Congress of Future Medical Leaders
Congress of Future Medical Leaders is an academic honors program for students planning on entering the medical field as physicians or scientists. Leen Heresh attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Massachusetts in summer of 2015.  She nominated Leah Shephard to attend in 2016.  In June, Leah attended the program at University of Massachusetts in Lowell, Massachusetts.

L to R:  Leah Shephard and Leen Heresh
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