The summer reading program at Bayside Middle School began with a book bash the last week of school. Students could fill a bag with free books and check out library books for the summer. As incentives to read, they can earn tickets for a drawing of sever prizes. The summer … Read more
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VBCPS recently concluded commencement exercises for all 11 high schools and Renaissance Academy.
Over the course of four days, nearly 5,000 walked across the stage at the Convention Center to receive their diploma. Each and every one of those graduates has a story. For one student, the story was about … Read more
Congratulations, Marlins, Stallions, Knights, SunDevils and Lions!
Five Virginia Beach high schools (Bayside, Green Run, Kellam, Salem and Tallwood) earned the Claudia Dobson VHSL Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award. A total of 29 schools statewide earned the honor, meaning Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) was responsible for roughly 17 … Read more
A little research was required for gifted visual arts students to prepare the final assignment in their program at Virginia Beach Middle School (VBMS).
Carolina Valverde learned that her Spanish II teacher Absalom O’Neil grew up in New York just outside Albany and likes lacrosse and the color orange. She … Read more
Virginia Beach City Public Schools will welcome high school exchange students from the Canton of Vaud in Switzerland beginning this fall. The Canton of Vaud is located on the French-speaking side of the country.
The Swiss students will be the first to participate in the exchange under a historic Memorandum … Read more
Princess Anne High School (PAHS) student Michelle Wu has been named the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) U.S. National Champion in Microsoft Word® 2013. The 16-year-old, rising junior earned the title among 85 other finalists at the national competition held in Orlando, Florida, June 18-20. Wu is now eligible to compete … Read more
Early Discoveries, a Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) preschool program contracted with the YMCA of South Hampton Roads, is conducting eligibility conferences for the 2015-2016 school year. The program is made possible through the Virginia Preschool Initiative, a Virginia Department of Education grant program.
Early Discoveries serves … Read more
Kenneth Moody, an alum of Green Run High School, is being heralded for a work ethic that has helped him overcome some tremendous personal obstacles. Despite his family being homeless after graduating from high school, Moody has maintained honor student status at Tidewater Community College (TCC) and has been accepted … Read more
It took several attempts for organizers to call to order Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ seventh annual STEM Robotics & Maker Challenge.
The music in the Virginia Beach Convention Center was loud, and the more than 1,200 student participants were busy setting up work stations, making last-minute technical adjustments, affixing … Read more
The Special Education Annex Café honored its student workers at a special ceremony last week. Students were presented with customized summer giftbags and a certificate by Brian Malsch, the Café Manager. Dr. Daisy Wood was on hand to congratulate the students and staff members who make the Café a success.… Read more