VTHS values the development of personal responsibility in the learning process and is part of our portrait of a Valley Torah graduate. We strive to maintain a strong partnership among the School, Student, and Family to promote our students’ personal development. High School is a time of increasing autonomy and responsibility, and we seek to foster continued growth and establish self-advocacy skills along with self-awareness in our students. As we begin the school year, online learning will be a part of our plan. It is important that during this period of distance learning, our students do everything possible to maximize their potential.
Faculty are deeply committed to their students and value each for who they are and what they bring to the community. Faculty provide high quality, engaging learning experiences for students, both inside and outside the classroom, meet students’ individual needs, and develop meaningful, lasting relationships with them. Our expectations of teachers are the following:
When students are learning on campus, we are able to observe them in their natural learning environment consistently over time. During distance learning, we depend on parents/guardians in the home to take on more of this role and partner with the School. Parents/guardians should always reach out to their child’s teacher(s) and/or counselor with any questions or concerns. Our expectations of our families are the following: