Vicksburg Community Schools

News & Updates

2017-2018 School Calendar Published

The district has now published the official calendar for 2017-2018. You can now download and print the calendar.
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Regional Enhancement Millage Vote Set for May 2

Kalamazoo County Voters will decide on a renewal of the Regional Enhancement Millage on May 2. The millage provides Vicksburg Schools with about $900,000 of revenue for staff and programs. Details can be found in the attached article. Vi
Regional Enhancement Millage

Kindergarten Kickoff Dates Announced

Do you have children that will be 5 years old before December 1? Learn more about Kindergarten Kickoff meetings going on soon.
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VHS Declared An Academic State Champ!

A statewide magazine studied 640 high schools across Michigan and declared VHS as one of only 54 to be declared an "Academic State Champ".
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Are You Paying Too Much In Taxes?

Did you know that, according to the Michigan Public Policy League, thousands of Michigan residents pay too much at tax time by either not filing for the credits they are due or for paying to have their taxes filed?
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The Board of Education has enacted a policy that prohibits all guns on school property.
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School of Choice

The Vicksburg Community Schools is accepting applications for enrollment from non-resident students residing in a school district located in any contiguous intermediate district (outside of Kalamazoo County). At this time, enrollment is open for all grades and schools, including Virtual Learning and the Vicksburg Pathways High School Programs, within the Vicksburg Community Schools Program.
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Vicksburg Named to AP® Honor Roll

Vicksburg Community Schools is one of 539 schools districts across 44 of the 50 states in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 3rd Annual AP® District Honor Roll for simultaneously increasing access to Advanced Placement® course work while increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.
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