We are developing plans for a few possible scenarios in VPS, and plans also are being discussed at the state level.
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.
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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 [...]
What is Running Start? The Running Start program allows high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit while completing their high school education--saving students money while advancing their education. Students may take just one class per quarter, or take all of their courses on the Clark College campus, earning both high school and college [...]
Class of 2020, the Vancouver Association of Principals and Associates are sponsoring a scholarship for Vancouver Public School seniors who plan to pursue a career in K-12 education. Apply here by May 22, 2020 to be considered.
Allison Blaine is the fourth Clark County athlete to clinch three wrestling championships and only the second Vancouver Public Schools wrestler to accomplish this feat.
Each year the Hudson's Bay Foundation will award at least two scholarships of $500 to $1,000 to deserving graduates. Criteria for scholarship consideration are: academics, citizenship, school involvement, community service, a minimum cululative grade point average of 3.0, and financial need. Applications are due by Monday, May 11, 2020. Download the application and apply today!
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