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We are accepting applications for fall 2023 now!
Valiant College Preparatory is open to 6-12th graders that are looking to advance their academic knowledge and athletic abilities. Each year, we take a comprehensive look at all applicants and transcripts to ensure each student will receive the best opportunities for personal success.
As an independent school that is nationally recognized for its academic and athletic programs, we do have a limited enrollment. Students looking to attend or transfer to Valiant College Preparatory are encouraged to start the application process as soon as possible
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Start our application process today by submitting the inquiry form below. A Valiant College Preparatory representative will contact you soon to guide you through each step of the process.
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what Students are saying
“The teachers…amazing, I love them. I actually was a really bad student, I had…like Fs and Ds at my old schools. I never really was interested in school and then I came to Valiant and I actually look forward to school every day now and wrestling practice.”
“The attitude between kids is like family…more like family. We are always together. Since I started coming here, I have jumped levels in academics.”
“It’s about an hour and forty five minutes from my house to the school, so we have to leave the house around 5:15 a.m. to make it on time for 7:30 a.m. classes. It’s all worth it, with the opportunities and expectations and goals I can have.”
what Parents are saying
“I bring my three children along with eleven other kids from Casa Grande and Eloy up to Valiant every day. The reason that I chose for my kids to come up here is; I just like the environment that the school offers for them. I’ve seen a huge change in my children since coming here, both in their social skills and confidence in themselves.”
“It’s about an hour and 45 minutes from our front door to the school drop off. You know with the small class sizes and the curriculum that the school has to offer, hands down they weren’t getting that kind of education at the public school here in our area. It’s absolutely worth the sacrifice of driving an hour and 45 minutes one way.”
“The public school wasn’t doing what they were supposed to for my two boys. My older son is a freshman in high school. My younger son is in 6th grade and both are completely opposite. One struggles and one is very advanced and public school was failing both of them.”