"Fulfilling the Vision...Continuing the Legacy."

In Ephesians 6:1-3, the apostle Paul speaks directly to children, urging them to obey their parents. Obedience is not just about following rules; it's about honoring the authority figures whom God has placed in our lives. When children obey their parents, they demonstrate respect and trust, acknowledging the wisdom and guidance their parents provide. This act of obedience is not only a moral duty but also a pathway to blessings. By honoring their parents, children open themselves to a life of fulfillment and longevity, as promised by God. This scripture teaches us that obedience is not a burden but a key to a blessed and prosperous life. As we cultivate a spirit of obedience, let us remember the profound impact it has on our relationship with God and those around us. Let's strive to obey with a joyful heart, knowing that in doing so, we align ourselves with God's will and experience His abundant blessings.

VCCS Varsity Boys IA State Champions

at Spectrum Arena

It's not too late to celebrate OUR State CHAMPION Basketball Team. Click the link below and join them along with all their fellow Champions across the state.

The Kings will be recognized for their outstanding accomplishments, during the Charlotte Hornets game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, April 7.

The Hornets have generously provided tickets for our team members and coaches, along with discounted group prices for family members, students, and fans who wish to join in the celebration. Additionally, our team will have the opportunity to experience an exclusive "behind the scenes" warm-up session before the doors open to the general public—a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

We're incredibly proud of our varsity boys basketball team and their phenomenal achievement. Please join us in congratulating them on this well-deserved recognition and cheering them on as they continue to make our school community proud!

Purchase Tickets Here


When will the 2024 solar eclipse be visible in Charlotte? What to know + how to watch...

by Evan Moore

Charlotte Observer

A total solar eclipse will occur Monday, April 8. North Carolina isn’t in the path of totality, meaning the event will look like a partial eclipse in the state, but a good portion of the eclipse will be visible in Charlotte.

If you plan to watch it, you’ll need time to get ready. It’s not safe to just wander into the yard and look up for the two or three minutes it will be visible. Here’s what you need to know before watching the eclipse.

WHEN WILL THE ECLIPSE BE VISIBLE IN CHARLOTTE? According to a database on eclipse2024.org, the eclipse will be visible in Charlotte at approximately 1:54 p.m. on April 8. At its peak, 83% of the sun will be covered, which will happen just before 3:12 p.m., according to the site. That site also has a simulator that allows you to see what the eclipse will look like from a particular city from start to finish, with an increasingly greedy Cookie Monster-sized bite disappearing from the sun’s circle as the eclipse progresses.

HOW TO VIEW THE ECLIPSE SAFELY. Looking at the sun without proper protection, however briefly and however much of it is blocked by the moon, can cause permanent damage to the retina. Don’t be tempted, even for a second.

Join us on April 19th for our highly anticipated Oratorical Contest! History students have poured their hearts and minds into crafting compelling speeches on a variety of engaging topics. After careful selection by our esteemed panel, chosen students will take the stage to deliver their powerful messages. Mark your calendars for this inspiring event, taking place at Campus three on April 19th at 10 am. Don't miss the opportunity to witness our students' eloquence and passion firsthand

It Is Finished!!

VCCS invites you to join us as we unveil out newly renovated track. We look forwarding to seeing you at as we CUT the Ribbon at its First HOME MEET, Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 4:00p.m.

Thank you to all who partnered with us in the completion of this project. To God be the Glory!!!

IOWA Testing Continues...

We declare the peace of God over every student in Jesus' name. The Holy Spirit meets them at the very point of their needs in Jesus' name.

April 15-19 IOWA Form E Grades K5 - 5th

We're thrilled to share some exciting alumni news! Former student Kory Bridges has been named Women's Basketball Coach of the Year by the Charlotte Observer. Join us in celebrating this remarkable achievement and recognizing Kory's dedication and leadership in the world of basketball. Congratulations, Kory, on this well-deserved honor!

Check out the full article here!

Off-season workouts for Volleyball and Basketball will begin after we return from Spring Break on April 8th. Please know that this is for those students who are NOT currently participating in track and field. Those who are in Track and Field can participate whenever it does not interfere with their obligations to Track and Field. Please adhere to the schedule below:


**HS Only** Strength and Conditioning (Mon-Thurs 2:00-3:00 p.m.)

**MS/HS** Open Gym/Workouts (Saturdays 9am-11am starting April 13th)


Varsity Girls will workout Mon-Fri 3:30-5:00 @ the gym location

**HS Boys Only** Strength and Conditioning (Mon-Thurs 3:00-4:00 p.m.)

Boys Open Gym/Workout Schedule:

HS Boys (Mon-Thurs 5:00-7:00 p.m.)

MS Boys (Tues and Thurs 5:00-7:00 p.m.)

April 11, 2024

Track Meet

VCCS @ Charlotte Latin

4:00 pm

Upcoming Events:

Easter / Spring Break

March 27 - April 7, 2024

Senior Trip - Florida

April 3 - 6, 2024

School Resumes

April 8, 2024

Charlotte Latin Track Meet

April 11, 2024

Elementary IOWA Testing

April 15-19, 2024

Mid-Quarter Reports Distributed

April 16, 2024

Administrative Professionals Day

April 24, 2024

Breakfast and Bible

April 24, 2024

Eighth Grade Trip - Ohio

April 25-27, 2024

Carowinds Engineering Day - High School

April 26, 2024

The Young Women's Leadership Summit hosted by Turning Point USA caters to students aged 16 to 26, offering a dynamic platform for personal growth and leadership development. Whether you're currently enrolled or not, as long as you fall within this age range, you're welcome to apply as a student attendee. Lodging provided by TPUSA is exclusively for students within this age bracket. Please keep in mind that student applications require approval by the TPUSA Events Team. If you're an adult looking to participate, we offer adult tickets for your convenience and engagement in this empowering event.

Register Here!


It's your child's birthday and we would love to celebrate them with you. Click the link below to reserve the digital billboard at our Middle and High School.

Digital Birthday Reservations.

View More Parent Resources

In order to complete our online re-enrollment process, you will access our ParentsWeb through your existing login.

To access ParentsWeb:

 Please go to www.renweb.com.

 Select Login from the menu bar and ParentsWeb Login from the dropdown menu.

 Enter VC-NC into the District Code field.

 Type in your username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, please click on the link provided.

 After logging in, click on the Family Information button in the left menu.

 Click on the Enrollment/Re-enrollment button.

 Our Online Enrollment system will open with a link to the enrollment packet.

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