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Six students from Vancouver School of Arts and Academics earned first place.
Students from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming submitted more than 155 entries this year, and these VPS students earned recognition.
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VPS administrator selected to national music education association.
The show featured visual art and dance by Vancouver students.
Work continues on school bond projects. Here's the latest on all of the projects to date.
Five Vancouver Public Schools students earned honors in the Educational Service District 112 Regional High School Art Show.
Regional co-champion Yeshi Berry performed "How to Triumph Like a Girl" by Ada Limón and "American Smooth" by Rita Dove.
A nurse, teacher, family-community resource coordinator, theater manager and principal are this month's Excellence Awardees.
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics students took third place in the 48-hour category of the 2019 National Film Festival for Talented Youth.
Vancouver students recently earned spots among some of the state's most talented youth musicians.
High school senior Christian Ramirez received an honorable mention in the jazz/double bass category.
Seneca Christie noted that the acronym, VITA, is the Latin word for “life.”
Not everyone discovers a career-defining interest in high school, yet that’s exactly what happened to Sarah Faulkner.
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.
Christian Ramirez, a double bass player from Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, earned his second consecutive recognition.
Average levels are now below the U.S. EPA’s action level.
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.
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.
Families of students from 11 schools may be contacted.
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.
This is VSAA’s first yearbook award from the American Scholastic Press Association.
Fourteen student-musicians were selected for the Washington Music Educators Association's bands, choirs and orchestras.
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics teacher Margaret Green was featured in Leaders in Learning.
Communicators from around the district earned Publications and Digital Media Awards in six categories.
Approximately 60 elementary and middle school students from Vancouver Public Schools made the cut for the National History Bee.
Congratulations to Fort Vancouver, Columbia River, Hudson's Bay and Skyview high schools and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics!
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics' top orchestra and performing groups earned more awards than any other school at an orchestra festival on March 17.
“We’re like a family,” said senior Carmen Chacon of her peers in the Culinary Arts program.
This year's group of National Board-certified teachers is the district's largest.
Students were selected from McLoughlin and Thomas Jefferson middle schools; Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson's Bay and Skyview high schools; and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics.
Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s "Codex on the Flight of Birds," the multidisciplinary production includes live music, dance, theatre and visual art.
Find out when and where commencements will take place.
After eight years, Kathy Gillespie is retiring from Vancouver Public Schools’ board of directors.
The honor is given to Arts Schools Network members that meet the principles of exemplary practice.
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics’ Margaret Green is one of only five recipients and the only winner from Washington state or the West Coast.