Interested in learning more about union apprenticeships and how you can earn to learn? Join us Friday, June 5, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. to learn everything you need to know about the local union building trades apprenticeship program: Overview of qualifications and requirements for apprenticeship Find out how you earn a percentage of journey-level wages [...]
We are developing plans for a few possible scenarios in VPS, and plans also are being discussed at the state level.
The Southwest Washington Contractors Association Foundation is awarding several scholarships to students interested in pursuing education related to the building and construction industries. Students awarded scholarships can utilize the SWCA Foundation Scholarship for technical training, leadership skills, and a wide range of degrees from various colleges. 2020 scholarship applications are due by midnight on July 31, [...]
Every year, EVERY high school in Vancouver Public Schools is given five $1,000 tuition scholarships to award to graduating seniors for attending any participating private career college in Idaho, Oregon or Washington. The deadline is June 24, 2020 so contact your career specialist to be nominated.
We want input from families to help refine remote learning experiences for students.
Find out about formal graduation events and other celebrations.
Seniors! Please complete the Senior Exit Survey to tell us about your post-high school plans for next year and your overall high school experience. Thank you for helping us capture a snapshot of the Class of 2020!
Interested in a career in apparel? as a professional athlete? in starting your own coffee empire? Find out how these Pacific Northwest leaders did it! Junior Achievement of Oregon & SW Washington is bringing Lunch with Leaders to a computer near you every Wednesday at noon in May. This virtual format is to help inspire [...]
Five Vancouver Public Schools students earned honors in the Educational Service District 112 Regional High School Art Show.
Our community partners and employees have worked tirelessly to provide food, basic necessities, child care, technology, instruction, learning support, nursing, counseling and problem-solving assistance.