School Profile

School Profile

School Profile

Valley View Public School – Where Eagles Soar

Valley View is a vibrant French Immersion green school in the heart of the Valley. Our students have won awards, from extra curricular sports to Battle of the Books, to Math Olympics, Franco-Synchro and poetry writing, our Eagles continue to excel in all aspects of school life.

Valley View students are recognized in sporting circles, the arts community and academic challenges and embody character education which contributes to the accolades of outstanding student behaviour.

Valley View embraces green school principles through building design and eco-friendly practices.  The school first opened in 1961, over 50 years ago.  At that time, it was an eight-room school housing students in Grades 1 to 8.  The Sudbury Board of Education adopted the school in 1969. In 2008, students and staff from Val Caron Public School joined Valley View Public School.

Our school currently boasts a French Immersion population of some 619 students.  A large schoolyard allows for both a primary and junior activity area, where fun and engaging physical activities are encouraged daily. Easy access to a large wooded area allows for nature walks, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

At Valley View P.S., students come first. We aim to make each and every day a positive experience for all by way of school spirit events, clubs, intramurals, draws and classroom adventures. From a Kindergarten students’ first field trip to the culmination of their graduation trip in an exciting out of town excursion, students always have something to look forward to.

To keep up with all the wonderful things happening at Valley View, visit our Facebook page.

School Boundaries

Valley View Public School is located at the South end of Valley East in the Greater City of Sudbury, a growing community in the northern sector of the city. Our catchment area is a broad one, bordered by the Radar Base on Radar Road to the East, the town of Capreol to the North, the town of Blezard Valley to the West and the community of McCrea Heights to the South.