Leading up to graduation, we interviewed hundreds of seniors. We asked them about what worked for them and what we could improve to make school the best place it can be.
Thank you to our students, families and staff for your collaboration and contributions to a successful school year!
Columbia River, Skyview, Hudson’s Bay and VSAA were the only Southwest Washington schools that earned nominations.
Several VPS schools were featured on U.S. News and World Report's 2022 list.
Results showed that radon levels are below the Environmental Protection Agency’s limit.
This month's recipients include teachers, a paraeducator, digital learning coach, building operator and TV studio staff.
Sales are open to the public. Proceeds support student clubs and classes.
See state champions and student-athletes who placed in the top 10 in bowling, basketball, wrestling, swimming and gymnastics.
New opportunities for students to access advanced courses and programs | Español | Русский | Fóósun Chuuk
Automatic enrollment will help identify students who may not know about advanced placement options and the potential to earn college credit in high school.
VPS has been testing for and lowering lead levels in school water since 2016 following Environmental Protection Agency standards. Now, the state of Washington has set a new standard.
Earning this certification signifies a commitment to the profession’s highest standards.
Learn about continuing temporary remote learning and what’s next.
Middle and high schools temporarily moving to remote learning days | Español | Русский | Fóósun Chuuk
It is necessary to implement a temporary schedule in which some of our schools will switch to four days of remote learning over the next three weeks.
College admissions staff will reach out to qualifying students by email beginning in December.
This month's recipients include paraeducators, teachers and an associate principal.
Several VPS schools appear on U.S. News and World Report's 2021 list of leading high schools.
Meet some of the newest members of team VPS!
VPS welcomed 17 new educators to the district this month.
Welcome to some of the newest members of #TeamVPS!
The event challenges participants to demonstrate their knowledge of nursery and landscape development and practices.
This episode is about finding a path forward when the landscape has changed dramatically.
One by one the high schoolers pair up with second graders and find a spot at one of the long tables.
Jump Quest is based on parkour, and Christopher Gilbert turned to his fellow students for beta testing.
The number of National Board–certified educators in VPS is now 148.
A nurse, teacher, family-community resource coordinator, theater manager and principal are this month's Excellence Awardees.
“Our 2018 extended grad rate is forecast to hit 89 percent,” said Superintendent Steve Webb, who noted that the 2018 graduation rates for almost all student groups are comparable to or exceed equivalent state graduation rates.
Congratulations to the student-athletes and their coaches!
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.
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.
All proceeds support FFA and programs that teach kids job skills.
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.
The show features award-winning artwork by students from Hudson's Bay High School, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics and Fort Vancouver High School Center for International Studies.
By the time she was in eighth grade, Kara Hecker had identified her dream job: school counseling.
In Vancouver Public Schools, we believe that emotional intelligence is something to be cultivated and embraced.
With this certification, these educators have demonstrated that they have reached the highest levels of the profession.
Hudson's Bay High School competed against 41 other state champion programs in the National FFA Nursery/Landscape Career Development Event.
Fast forward to 2018, and Hudson's Bay High School alum Dr. Ann Kao is flourishing in the medical field.
Three VPS students traveled in September to Washington, D.C., for leadership activities.
Amy Carpenter was awarded $12,000 to advance agriculture science education.