We are committed to providing students with opportunities for them to grow academically. Regardless of the grade or subject, our teachers prepare daily and throughout the year to provide students with personalized learning goals and exceed state standards. We recognize and accept our role in workforce development as we prepare students for their future and advance our local, regional, and state-wide economies.

VCS Academic Outcomes Include:

  • Graduate students prepared for post-secondary education
  • Graduate students prepared for employment 
  • Prepare all students for annual academic growth from elementary to high school
  • Improve student engagement through programming that meets the needs of a diverse array of learners

Celebrations

  • Graduate students prepared for post-secondary education
  • 7 schools improved their overall proficiency on EOG/EOC Tests
  • The district exited low-performing district status and maintained that for the 2nd consecutive year
  • Clarke Elementary Schools earned an SPG of B and Met Growth; improved overall proficiency by 5 points
  • Zeb Vance Elementary School earned an SPG of C and Exceeded Growth; improved overall proficiency by 5.2 points
  • E.O. Young Elementary School Met Growth; improved overall proficiency by 5.9 points
  • L.B. Yancey Elementary School earned an SPG of C and Exceeded Growth; improved overall proficiency by 12.9 points
  • Dabney Elementary School earned an SPG of C and Met Growth
  • Over 3,300 students met or exceeded the benchmark for proficiency in grades 3-8 on EOG tests
  • E.M. Rollins Elementary School successfully opened as a RESTART School on August 1 – E.M. Rollins STEAM Year-Round Academy
  • The Early College High School earned an SPG of A+, Exceeded Growth, improved their overall proficiency by 7 points
    • 100% graduation rate
    • 36/ 49 (73%) graduates of the VCECHS earned an Associate's degree along with their high school Diploma
    • 8/36 (22%) earned 2 Associate's degrees
  • AdVance Academy
    • Earned the designation of Progressing – This is the highest level awarded in the states Alternative Accountability Model
  • The district's graduation rate was 82%
    • the 4th highest in the region and continues on a positive trend
  • The dropout rate fell to 2.02%
    • 2nd lowest in the region