Dreaming big is the Vancouver way.
Graduations are a cause for celebration and a source of pride—for everyone.
Skyview High School's Payton May is Miss Washington's Outstanding Teen.
Felida Elementary achieved platinum status for conserving resources and implementing environment-friendly practices.
State Recognized Schools represent the top 20% in Washington for school improvement.
As Clark County continues to grow, how will the people who live, work and enjoy spending time here reconcile the area’s evolving identity with its rich history?
Nearly 40 students from Gaiser Middle School descended on Tenny Creek Neighborhood Park on an overcast June morning.
Congratulations to the student-athletes and their coaches!
CR Sports was honored for their broadcast of a basketball game against Ridgefield High School in January.
Students will get out of school at the standard time on June 3, 10 and 17.
Not everyone discovers a career-defining interest in high school, yet that’s exactly what happened to Sarah Faulkner.
Opportunities include camps, free meals, school-readiness events and more!
Ninth and eighth graders from Vancouver iTech Preparatory took first and third place, respectively.
A physical therapist assistant, two teachers and two counselors are the recipients of this month's awards.
A public art installation created by and featuring photos of students from Skyview and Hudson’s Bay high schools and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics is on display at the Vancouver Community Library.
Students will have a second opportunity to apply for the International Baccalaureate; Medical Arts; and Science, Math and Technology programs, as well as for Vancouver iTech Preparatory.
The details were still there: colors, intricate designs, contours and even flaws and cracks in the 150-year-old items.
A district advisory group is concerned, however, that the use of one-time money from the state and the district’s financial reserve will result in another large shortfall for 2020-21.
Tori Sharpe inspires learning and creativity through her teaching.
Students, families, friends and alumni came together at the closing activity and carnival at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School on May 18. The carnival, organized by the Parent Teacher Organization, featured games, [...]
For Audra Findley, a fifth grader at Lincoln Elementary, being a safety patroller is part of making people feel welcome at her school.
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.
Clark County Public Health was selected for its work to safeguard the community, including several Vancouver schools.
Students who will be in sixth through eighth grades next school year should apply by June 14 for this summer camp.
Christian Ramirez, a double bass player from Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, earned his second consecutive recognition.
Robotics team harnesses diversity, collaboration to engineer results on the field and in their community.
From a list of choices, survey respondents overwhelmingly chose four top budget solutions.
The official audit released by the Washington State Auditor’s Office evaluates the integrity of district financial statements, internal controls and compliance with state and federal laws and grant funding requirements.
Average levels are now below the U.S. EPA’s action level.
Guests will engage with staff and students, explore classrooms and programs and witness learning at Eisenhower and Hough elementary schools.
Hear from two innovative teachers who are helping their students speak out and learn in new ways about not only technology, but also collaboration and communication.
The district is asking for input from district families, staff and community members.
This summer, artists may participate in a variety of activities, including dance, acting, music and the visual arts. All opportunities are offered free to students currently enrolled in Vancouver Public Schools.
U.S. News & World Report released its 2019 study of the best high schools.
The community is invited to say goodbye to two longtime Vancouver school buildings and celebrate the kickoff of construction on one of the schools at several upcoming events.
Almost 60 students from Vancouver Public Schools medaled in the state competition.
The project-based learning school for approximately 500 students will focus on arts and innovation.
Watch cross-laminated timber being installed at the new school, scheduled to open in winter 2019.
Four teachers and a paraeducator received Excellence Awards this month.
All proceeds support FFA and programs that teach kids job skills.
Fifteen Vancouver students qualified for the National History Bee. Seven also qualified for the U.S. Geography Olympiad.
Three Vancouver School of Arts and Academics students are finalists in the Washington State Parent Teacher Association’s Reflections arts competition.
As a result of feedback, Vancouver Public Schools will provide Chromebooks instead of iPads to high school students.
Results of the second test showed that average levels at these three locations are now below the U.S. EPA's action level.
See renderings of the new classroom wing!