Servant Leadership at Valor

"Shaping the Habits of the Heart"
Valor is committed to launching servant leaders who shape culture through a Biblical worldview. The Servant Leadership Program at Valor is a K-12 initiative. Through school wide service projects, serving community partners in lower school classrooms, and distinctive leadership and serving opportunities for students grades 8-12, students, families, and staff are able to live out VCA’s mission, vision, and core values in the “halls” of our homes, school, and community.

As we all know, serving begins at home. At Valor, not only will we encourage families to make that a priority, but offer opportunities for students to serve in and out of the school. As followers of Jesus and being made in the image of God, serving is the essence of our DNA.

Through the Servant Leadership program at Valor, our hope is that we can play an integral role in shaping the habits of a students heart - their "habit" of serving.  
Service Hour Requirements
Lower School - every elementary classroom partners with a local organization or cause who they will serve over the course of the school year.
Middle School - 36 hours a year
High School - 68 hours a year
*This includes hours serving the community, in the home, and during the summer.
Servant Leadership Team 

The Valor Servant Leader Team is composed of 7-10 high school students who have a heart for serving and desire to motivate and engage other Valor students to serve as well. The  purpose of the Servant Leader Team is to support the vision of VCA of launching servant leaders who shape culture through a biblical worldview by creating opportunities for VCA students to serve.

School Wide Servant Leadership Programs

Student Ambassadors
National Honor Society
Missions Trips
Service Hour Requirements (per year)
Operation Christmas Child
Operation Gratitude
- Treat the Troops
- Digital Writing Campaign 9/11
Staff Service Projects