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MISSION:

Developing the whole student in a 

CHRIST-CENTERED, 

LEADERSHIP-FOCUSED, 

ACADEMICALLY-CUSTOMIZED 

learning environment.

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On October 31st, 2018, Ms. L. Vega with Polk County Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Department shared her time with VCLA students to discuss a very important topic... "Cyber-Safety"

Students received valuable information on protecting personal information, using the internet and social media for positive uses instead of negative, reporting inappropriate prompting or request for information by others, and awareness while spending time on the internet and  social media sites.

GUEST SPEAKER: SGT R. WILLIAMS, US ARMY

On, December 6th, 2018, Sgt R. Williams, with the United States Army, PFC Mark, Private Maul spoke to students about the importance of exemplifying CHARACTER in everyday life.

Mr. Joseph Bullington, Allstate Insurance Agent located in Winter Haven, visits Valor Christian Leadership Academy on January 11th, 2019.  Mr. Bullington shares with students the importance of exemplifying "Good Character" throughout their lives.

"Thank you Mr. Bullington for visiting Valor Christian Leadership Academy.  I learned a lot about how integrity plays a big part of my life... Integrity shows people who's reliable" - Q. Lanier-Simpson, 11th grade

Mrs. Maria Beauford takes time out of her busy schedule to speak with the students of VCLA on January 24th, 2019.  Her leadership topic was "Confidence".  She began her presentation addressing the entire student body.  Her focus verse was Philippians 4:13 (NKJV)- "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."  Afterwards, she shared with the high school students 10 ways to develop confidence.

"I learned a lot more about confidence.  I learned that you should not let other people define who you are."                           - A. Byrd, 7th grade


"I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to speak with us.  I learned that gaining self-worth isn't a destination, it's a life-long journey.  Thank you for your wisdom."                - A. Johnlewis, 9th grade