In partnership with the parents of our students, UVC is committed to providing a high quality education that academically prepares students for further study in college, and spiritually prepares students to vigorously and successfully live the Christian life.  
UVC provides a supportive and caring learning environment for our growing student population, engages students in intimate classroom learning situations, offers disciplinary instruction that employs technology in the classroom, integrates ideas across curriculum boundaries, and provides service opportunities for student involvement in local churches and the community.
We are dedicated to thoroughly discipling this generation of young believers who will become the future leaders of God’s church all over the world. 
UVC expects to see its graduates representing Jesus Christ in a variety of life settings: in the home as godly wives and mothers; in the courtroom as lawyers, tenaciously defending the cause of the downtrodden and weak; under the hoods of automobiles expertly repairing engines; in the business world exemplifying an honest and strong work ethic to unbelieving clientele; as people, in general driven by God to faithfully represent Him as He continues His transformational work in us on a daily basis.
As we partner with parents, our daily challenge is to educate and disciple students from a biblical worldview.


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"I have always felt called to work with students, and to teach them what it means to be a part of God’s story and have an identity in Christ.‚Äč The longer I am here, the more it feels like a family. Students are free to explore, ask questions, and discover what it means to live from a biblical worldview. This is a great place for students to fail, and then learn from their mistakes in a safe, loving environment."
~ Gretchen Perkins,  UVC Teacher