Congratulations to these students from Skyview High School and Vancouver iTech Preparatory.
This episode is about finding a path forward when the landscape has changed dramatically.
While science is her discipline, she is like every great storyteller unbound by the constraints of a single genre.
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.
History teacher John Zingale brings the past to life for his middle school students at Vancouver iTech Preparatory. His hands-on teaching style recently earned Zingale the distinction of top middle school history teacher in the country, an award given by the Sons of the American Revolution.
The school’s location on the Washington State University Vancouver campus is unique in the state and supports iTech’s early college model with access to college classes.
This month is the start of a new year, a new decade and a new school for Vancouver iTech Preparatory.
The number of National Board–certified educators in VPS is now 148.
Dr. Erin Lark instills in students a love of science that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
John Zingale’s passion for history/social studies, technology and project-based learning have enabled students to experience hands-on, individualized, project-based history.
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?
Ninth and eighth graders from Vancouver iTech Preparatory took first and third place, respectively.
The details were still there: colors, intricate designs, contours and even flaws and cracks in the 150-year-old items.
U.S. News & World Report released its 2019 study of the best high schools.
Watch cross-laminated timber being installed at the new school, scheduled to open in winter 2019.
Fifteen Vancouver students qualified for the National History Bee. Seven also qualified for the U.S. Geography Olympiad.
With this certification, these educators have demonstrated that they have reached the highest levels of the profession.
See the latest progress on the new building on the Washington State University Vancouver campus.
At the time of the partial announcement, VPS and iTech were the only district and school on the West Coast featured in the resulting series of case studies.
“I think it’s a great day, to be honest. Our school is starting to come true,” said junior Fahad Hamad, who started at iTech in 2013 as a sixth-grader.
Hope to see you there!
Communicators from around the district earned Publications and Digital Media Awards in six categories.
The magnet school is one of the 20 best high schools in the state of Washington.
Approximately 60 elementary and middle school students from Vancouver Public Schools made the cut for the National History Bee.
A single facility on the Washington State University Vancouver campus will serve sixth through 12th grades.
Fruit Valley Community Learning Center, Washington Elementary, McLoughlin and Discovery middle schools and Vancouver iTech Preparatory will pilot new software.
At 17, Rachel Friesen has soared to a major accomplishment.
A student-created PSA finds beauty in the unique.
Sasha Thomas, a senior at Vancouver iTech Preparatory, and Carson Mowrer, a senior at Skyview High School, want to bring the pastime to people with visual impairments.
Find out when and where commencements will take place.
John Zingale has taught at iTech Prep since 2013.
In the five-and-a-half months since local voters approved the bond measure to rebuild or upgrade every single school in the district, VPS has been hard at work fulfilling its promise to taxpayers.
This year was full of wonder, respect and gratitude.
How does hate manifest and spread? What are the implications of vitriol? In answering these questions, students work toward becoming leaders in a more compassionate future.
The honorees were selected based on their performance and promise in the fields of science, math and technology.
The new school building will be located on approximately 5 acres of leased land northeast of the main WSU Vancouver campus.
The contest honors local educators making an impact on students, families and colleagues.
Two teachers, two clerks, a secretary and a music specialist all received the final Excellence Award of the 2016-17 school year.
Vancouver Public Schools partners with WSU Vancouver and Clark College to provide a science, technology, engineering and math pathway from K-12 to higher education.