Students buddied up for Twin Day. At Valley, students have the opportunity to build connections with friends and participate in fun spirit week-style activities.
Congratulations to Valley 2nd grader Ella Atkins who was selected to be Fire Chief for the day.
Join the Valley Academy family and experience our unique parent-partnership model. Valley's Alertnative Learning Expereince (ALE) has been earned us OSPI's school of distinction award.
The art classes at Valley Academy participated in the Kindness Counts NCW initiative by creating watercolor hearts for the residents of Blossom Valley Assisted Living.
Over the next five years, WSD will support students as they work to achieve the "Big 6" learning outcomes, fulfill their potential, and graduate— ready to pursue vocational training, college, or a career.
Valley Academy of Learning
We actively partner with families to inspire academic, social, and personal growth for all. We envision an environment where we work collaboratively with families to create quality learning experiences at school and at home inspiring students to be self-motivated life-long learners.
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