College admissions staff will reach out to qualifying students by email beginning in December.
See first day of school pictures from around the district!
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!
See some of the professionals joining schools across the district.
Columbia River, Skyview, Hudson’s Bay and VSAA were the only Southwest Washington schools that earned nominations.
Less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors earn spots in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
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.
Eleven Skyview High School students were named recipients of the awards that celebrate high school students’ aptitude and aspirations in technology and computing.
This month's recipients include three teachers, a paraeducator, clerk, Family-Community Resource Center coordinator and principal.
See state champions and student-athletes who placed in the top 10 in bowling, basketball, wrestling, swimming and gymnastics.
Several VPS programs are again accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year. Deadlines vary, so apply now!
Vancouver students from Skyview High School and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics earned recognition.
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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.
Meet some of Team VPS' newest members!
Submissions are evaluated on originality, technical skill and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.
This month's recipients include a teacher, teacher librarian, school nurse, building operator and instructional coach.
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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.
This month's recipients include a paraeducator, family-community resource coordinator, teachers and a data strategist.
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!
Skyview High School students earned first place in the 2021 Washington State Science and Engineering Fair.
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.
Congratulations to these students from Skyview High School and Vancouver iTech Preparatory.
The nationwide pool of semifinalists represents less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors.
A team from Skyview High School was shortlisted for an international physics competition that could give them the opportunity to conduct leading research.
Tim Heichelheim has earned legacy candidate status.
Students at Skyview High School began working on their award-winning games, Diver City and Robovania, last fall.
Thirteen students representing three different schools and teacher Kim Hansen were honored.
Skyview High School’s Erin Ryan raised more than $210,000 last school year to fund research on a cure for childhood cancer.
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.
Vancouver students recently earned spots among some of the state's most talented youth musicians.
After learning of the issue, Vancouver Public Schools took immediate steps to address it and retest.
After placing fourth the previous year, Justin Lindsay clinched first place in extemporaneous speaking.
Skyview High School teacher Dave Armstrong recently received one of the University of Washington’s most prestigious history awards.