Less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors earn the National Merit semifinalist distinction.
VPS welcomed 17 new educators to the district this month.
Welcome to some of the newest members of #TeamVPS!
Students from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming submitted more than 155 entries this year, and these VPS students earned recognition.
The finalists and Merit Scholars represent Columbia River and Skyview high schools.
This month's recipients represent Fort Vancouver and Columbia River high schools, Lincoln Elementary School and the transportation and special services departments.
How one Columbia River High School student turned her longstanding interest in medicine, pathology and anatomy into a project that is now drawing attention from the scientific community.
You can help choose a new mascot for Columbia River. Deadline is Oct. 31.
The nationwide pool of semifinalists represents less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors.
Their win in the sports-live event category was announced on June 6.
Many of the team members are graduating seniors and were not interested in ending their season early.
Work continues on school bond projects. Here's the latest on all of the projects to date.
Thirteen students representing three different schools and teacher Kim Hansen were honored.
May examinations for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme will not be held this spring.
Vancouver students recently earned spots among some of the state's most talented youth musicians.
Columbia River High School's Noel Sims was nominated for this prestigious award.
The crew from Columbia River High School is nominated in the Sports-Live Event category.
Two clerks, two teachers and a teacher-librarian are this month's winners.
Symphony Koss received a National Security Language Initiative for Youth scholarship from the U.S. Department of State.
Bridgette is one of just five winners from across the nation whose video game concepts Google Play selected for development and production.
Congratulations to the student-athletes and their coaches!
U.S. News & World Report released its 2019 study of the best high schools.
Almost 60 students from Vancouver Public Schools medaled in the state competition.
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.
See renderings of the new classroom wing!
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.
Photo: Concept design of the new K-5 elementary school (back right), which will be built adjacent to the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Operations Center at Mill Plain Blvd. and Fort Vancouver Way. Update [...]
In Vancouver Public Schools, we believe that emotional intelligence is something to be cultivated and embraced.
Anya Pavlovic Kain stayed busy with International Baccalaureate and Running Start classes and was president of Natural Helpers and a member of the Clark County Youth Commission.
With this certification, these educators have demonstrated that they have reached the highest levels of the profession.
Fourteen student-musicians were selected for the Washington Music Educators Association's bands, choirs and orchestras.
On stage and in the community, Symphony Koss excels.
Both teams won their respective district championships before advancing to state.
Because local voters approved a bond measure in 2017, Columbia River High School will receive facility improvements.
The Columbia River High School student is the grand prize winner of Google Play's Change the Game Design Challenge.
See the state champs from around the district!
Columbia River High School teacher librarian Shana Ferguson was awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching grant.
Work is expected to be completed at all high school fields by fall 2018.