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Alumni News & Events


Slow-Pitch Softball Alumni Game

WHO: All alumni welcome to play and attend. Want to play? Contact Danny Lindsey ’10 or Alex Pazdel ’17.
WHERE & WHEN: Action takes place at VCS Falcon Field, new date and time TBD. 


Be a Mentor & Speaker

Interested in working with younger alumni or current VCS students?  Mentorship is always needed; share your expertise, knowledge, and time. 

Attend Alumni Events

Attend alumni events to stay connected to the VCS Falcon family and to create amazing memories!

 Support Through Giving

Alumni giving is a great way to show appreciation for the exceptional experience you received at Vacaville Christian.  By giving back to Falcon Athletics, you become an integral part of our success by opening the door to young athletes to experience all the benefits that athletic participation has to offer.

Be a Class Agent

Class Agents are some of our most valuable volunteers.  The job is simple: keep in touch with your classmates and friends.  This is a great way to stay involved after graduation.

  • Stay connected with classmates and friends via email, newsletters, or social media sites to insure we have the most up-to-date contact information.
  • Encourage alumni to attend VCS events and special alumni events: Homecoming, Alumni Slow-Pitch Softball Game, Alumni Kickball Game, Alumni Basketball Game… and so much more!
  • Share current news and updates about your fellow classmates with the VCS Administration so we can celebrate and support one another.



Sydney Immel ’17

By Lindsey Munar ’16 | August 3, 2020 “I learned how to slaughter, butcher, and make sausage… as a class. My sophomore year, I was collecting stallions and breeding mares…

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Maxie Harrington ’18

By Lindsey Munar ’16 | June 5, 2020 Moving across the country was the first of many changes in Maxie Harrington’s collegiate career. Recruited to a NCAA Division 1 school, Howard

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Lucas Sweany ’17​

By Lindsey Munar ’16 | April 20, 2020 The COVID-19 outbreak has without a doubt tremendously impacted our current world. Schools across the country have transitioned to remote learning, businesses

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