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Each year VUSD creates an LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) set of goals and plans to improve student achievement. Please take the time to complete our Parent Survey on the LCAP:

LCAP Parent Survey - English
LCAP Parent Survey - Spanish

For more information, see our LCAP presentations, in English or Spanish.

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VECHS Application Information

Interested in earning college credits while attending high school? Students entering 9th grade in Fall of 2015 can find out about VECHS at one of our parent meetings in March. 

  • March 3, 2015 at Jepson Middle School - 7 p.m. in the Gym
  • March 11 at Vaca Pena Middle School, 7 p.m. in the Gym
  • March 25 at the Educational Services Center, 401 Nut Tree Rd., 7 p.m. in the Board Room

For more information see our flyers in English or Spanish
The final date to receive student applications is April 24, 2015. 


VECHS News and updates

Working Together to End Truancy

Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams would like all families to know the importance of good school attendance. Several county agencies have come together to make ending truancy a common goal. 

  • Up to 75% of children who miss 18 days or more of school a year without a valid excuse will end up dropping out of high school. 
  • Children who drop out of high school are 8 times more likely to end up in jail or prison than those who graduate. 
  • 68% of prisoners are high school dropouts. 

Please read her letter parents, available in English or Spanish using these links: English / Spanish

Posted by: Barry Rico
Published: 8/28/15

The Vacaville Early College High School program is an educational partnership between the Vacaville Unified School District and Solano Community College, designed to prepare students for college success by providing them with rigorous coursework and college classes beginning in ninth grade. The program is available to all students who will be starting 9th grade in Fall 2015. Classes will be taught at Will C. Wood High School and the Solano Vacaville Center.

Read more on our General Information page
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