Sports fans can buy tickets for Vancouver Public Schools high school athletic games online!
New registration system will help streamline communication among coaches and families.
See state champions and student-athletes who placed in the top 10 in bowling, basketball, wrestling, swimming and gymnastics.
Effective immediately, students who participate in wrestling, basketball and indoor cheer will be tested for COVID-19 on the day of a competition only.
Washington state Department of Health announced changes to COVID-19 testing for all high-contact indoor school sports.
Effective immediately, VPS will pause all wrestling activities, including practices, travel and competition.
See state champions and student-athletes who placed in the top 10 in volleyball, swimming, cross-country and soccer.
Please help keep school sports open and safe for everyone by following the state masking rules.
Recently updated state guidelines now require spectators to wear face coverings at outdoor events with 500 or more people in attendance. The new guidance includes spectators, event staff and school bands in the seating [...]
Their win in the sports-live event category was announced on June 6.
Allison Blaine is the fourth Clark County athlete to clinch three wrestling championships and only the second Vancouver Public Schools wrestler to accomplish this feat.
This is the team's second 2A state championship in four years.
Congratulations to the student-athletes and their coaches!
Based on feedback, the meet will be moved to Tuesday, May 28. This date applies only to the eight schools affected by the postponed May 20 meet.
Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay High School secured her second state championship in wrestling and Grace Gordon of Columbia River High School achieved a gold medal in gymnastics.
Both teams won their respective district championships before advancing to state.
See the state champs from around the district!
Skyview earned the 4A State Academic Achievement Award for their collective 3.71 GPA.
Congratulations to these student-athletes and their coaches!
Student-athletes received top honors in cross-country, swimming and diving and soccer.
All riders from Columbia River and Skyview high schools' teams qualified for the state competition. Riders also qualified for the multi-state regional competition.
This year was full of wonder, respect and gratitude.
Dinah Nguyen, a fourth-grade teacher at Fruit Valley Community Learning Center, is a top-notch educator and coach.
Three individual titles and one team championship were among the highlights of VPS' student-athletes' success at spring state tournaments.
Fifteen Alki students from the leadership class and structured communication program worked through a series of warm-ups and stretches. Then they moved onto skills: those that can be used in soccer, like passing, as well as social skills that can be used off the pitch.
See who placed in the top 10 at state in swimming, gymnastics, bowling and wrestling!
When a Hudson's Bay High School student's heart stopped during wrestling practice, the staff sprang into action.
Vancouver Public Schools was represented well in the fall 2016 state tournaments.
Three-time Olympian Kara Winger (formerly Patterson) has spent half of her lifetime throwing the javelin, from her days at Skyview High School to her recent Olympic showing in Rio de Janeiro, where she narrowly missed qualifying for the final round.
Students from all over Vancouver Public Schools represented the district and their individual schools at the 2016 spring state championships. Congratulations to all the participants!
Meet Hudson’s Bay High School Associate Principal/Athletic Director Andy Meyer.
The King Cubs college-prep soccer club, coached by Eddie Esparza, is learning important lessons about soccer and life.
Three Vancouver Public Schools marching bands earned top honors for their performances at the Loyalty Days Parade in Long Beach, Washington, on May 1.
Fort Vancouver High School's head volleyball coach, Dennis Carline, is a Comcast SportsNet All-Star Coach!
Student-athletes from across Vancouver Public Schools competed in the winter 2016 state championships.
For many Vancouver Public Schools students who ride the bus, “homework” might be more aptly called “bus-work.”
Katarina “Kat” Tarr’s love of coaching is simple: “I feel best when I’m here; I feel best when I’m giving back to the players,” she says.