WHAT IS OUR CHURCH AFFILIATION?
Victory is an independent, non-denominational school. We are supported by tuition, gifts, and fundraisers. Approximately ninety different churches are represented in our student body. Doctrinally, we align most closely with a Baptist or Bible church statement of faith.
HOW BIG IS VICTORY?
Presently we have one location with a total enrollment of approximately 275. Our Elementary campus (Kindergarten through 6th grade) and Jr Hi/High School campus (seventh through twelfth grades) are located on the corner of Garfield and Robertson Avenues (one block northwest of Marconi Avenue and Fair Oaks Boulevard). Map »
WHAT ARE VICTORY'S DISTINCTIVES?
We are an extension of the Christian home. We offer an excellent academic program in a warm, loving, and disciplined atmosphere that encourages spiritual growth and character development.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
New fee schedules are available each February for the coming school year. Rates do not include application and registration fees. Additional fees may be charged for some elective classes. Discounted tuition is available for each additional child enrolled.
HOW MUCH BIBLE TEACHING DO THE CHILDREN RECEIVE?
Biblical principles are integrated into every aspect of our curriculum. Bible is a regular subject for all our students including Scripture memorization. Once a week we have Chapel. Each teacher is a born-again believer serving as an excellent role model with a positive Christian testimony.
WHAT CURRICULUM DO WE USE?
Desiring to have the highest possible standard, we use a combination of secular and Christian textbooks which have been carefully selected after much prayerful review. For specific information on any particular grade, please call and talk to the appropriate principal. Course description booklets are available for the upper-grade levels.
WHAT KIND OF ACADEMIC PROGRAM DOES VICTORY OFFER?
Victory offers a challenging curriculum that is designed to prepare our students for a variety of options upon graduating from high school. Students may choose a general program that concentrates on the basics or a college preparatory program that offers numerous advanced courses.
WHAT TYPES OF ENRICHMENT DO WE OFFER?
In accordance with our philosophy to educate the whole person, Victory strives to offer a variety of enrichment experiences for our students. At the elementary level, we offer music, band, PE, and art taught by qualified resource people for kindergarten through 6th grade. Additional opportunities for elementary include ACSI Math Olympics, ACSI Spelling Bee, computer awareness/hands-on exposure, and educational field trips. At the secondary level, our music program offers choir and band as curricular courses that feature public performances. Drama and art offer opportunities for visual performance in the arts. Keyboarding and computer science are popular courses for developing skills for use in our information-driven society. Yearbook combines creativity with the technical skills used in the publishing industry. Student Council, Honor Society, and other extra-curricular organizations teach relational skills and provide a basis for interaction.
WHAT ARE OUR SCHOOL HOURS?
Elementary School: 8:10 AM - 2:45 PM; Minimum Days 8:10 AM - 11:30 AM
Jr. High/High School: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM; Minimum Days 8:00 AM - 11:45 AM
IS THERE EXTENDED DAY CARE?
After school care is available for Elementary students.
HOW ABOUT PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT?
Parental participation is not required, but we are very thankful for the many hours of volunteer help given by parents who are able. We always have a job for willing hands! For elementary, moms (and sometimes dads) have opportunities to help with grading, putting up bulletin boards, driving for field trips, organizing class parties, listening to reading, working with small groups, etc.
DO WE HAVE A SPORTS PROGRAM?
Our high school and junior high schools compete with other schools in soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, and golf. Cheerleaders encourage school spirit. Our parents lend support to our sports program. At the elementary level, we encourage our 4th though 6th graders to participate in community league sports. Athletics »
DO WE WEAR UNIFORMS?
No. We do have a dress code that is designed to promote modesty and wholesomeness and discourage extremes in style.
CAN YOU VISIT OUR CAMPUS?
By all means! Call for an appointment and we will be happy to arrange a personal tour and meaningful visit.
HOW DO YOU APPLY FOR ADMISSION?
Complete the Elementary application located here or the Jr Hi/High School application located here and return it with the application fee. You will then be contacted to set up a test date and interview time. If your student has achievement test scores available from a previous school, it is possible that we could waive testing. Our openings fill quickly so don't delay in applying.
If you have any other questions or if we can help you in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us!