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Valley Hi Elementary
Valley Hi opened its doors in the year 1963 to the surrounding community including the children of the service members stationed at Medina Base. Children from the Medina Base attended Valley Hi until building their own school on Lackland Air Force Base. Valley Hi continues to this day its close relationship with the service men and women stationed at Medina Base. When Valley Hi was built, it was named after the subdivision here at that time.

Our school colors are white and navy blue and our school mascot is the Woodchuck. One wonders how the Woodchuck became Valley Hi's mascot. Back in the 1963 timeframe Valley Hi was a rural area and woodchucks (ground squirrels) inhabited the fields surrounding the area. These woodchucks as they were called back then used Valley Hi Elementary as their playground. The school was overrun with these creatures. They inhabited the gym and classrooms. Consequently, Valley Hi became the home of the Woodchucks.
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