High School

Welcome to Vicksburg High School, home of the Bulldogs!!

Vicksburg High School has a strong tradition of success in both academics and extra-curricular activities. Our entire high school staff is committed to providing rigorous academic opportunities to our students while providing a variety of academic supports to insure success for all of our students. With outstanding support from our parents and community, Vicksburg High School takes pride in developing high character in all of our students. 

Vicksburg High School is proud to offer a variety of advanced placement courses, nationally recognized fine arts courses, comprehensive and varied club activities, EFE and EFA course offerings, dual enrollment opportunities, and much more. In addition, many athletic opportunities exist for all students. Our students are deeply involved in many projects that support the community as well as the greater Kalamazoo area. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. I encourage you to contact me with any questions. Thanks again and enjoy your day. 

Keevin O'Neill – Principal

Start and End Times For High School

Classes start at 7:38 AM and end at 2:29 PM

Office Phone Numbers

To report sick children or late arrivals: 269-321-1150

Questions concerning times and dates, and other office business: 269-321-1100

Performing Arts Box Office: 269-321-1193

Office Fax Number: 269-321-1155

April 26, 2018
VHS Alum Earns WMU Top Honors
Mackenzie King Selected as Presidential Scholar
April 17, 2018
Superintendent Glaes Announces June 30th Retirement

Michigan Parent Dashboard

Click on the logo above for dashboard information about Vicksburg High School.




Click the image to reach the OK2SAY  Website and Tip Line.

OK2SAY is an online and phone service provided by the State of Michigan that allows students or community members to anonymously report a threat of violence against students or schools, the threat of self-harm and possible drug activity among students. The phone line is staffed 24 hours a day and all information is passed along to school and/or law enforcement authorities.

To find out more about OK2SAY and how it helps schools, go to michigan.gov/OK2SAY or click the image above.