In accordance with the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office new health mandate and in consultation with the Marion County Health Department, we are proud to announce our Q4 Plan for all Victory College Prep students (Grades K – 12).  Through this plan, all students, K-12, may elect into either in-person or virtual learning beginning Tuesday, Apr. 6th.  Your child’s teacher will contact you to elect into an appropriate learning track.  

Planning for this school year is evolving daily and we may need to make further changes to our school plan as the health climate in Indianapolis changes. Additional changes related to this situation will be made and communicated via our school website, social media pages, our web app, and via phone/text.  

Victory College Prep remains committed to making it a special one for everyone in our school community and we intend to offer a comprehensive online and in-person experience. 

Please contact your school leader with questions or concerns. 

Quarter 3 will still end on Friday, March 12th and student report cards, grades, and credits earned will be shared by homeroom teachers and advisors through virtual conferences the week of March 15th.

VCP will be open during the virtual learning period from 8am-3pm. 

Visitors will not be permitted to enter VCP without prior approval from a school administrator. Those permitted to enter the building for an approved purpose will be subject to health and wellness screenings and must wear masks at all times.

VCP will continue to offer meal service for virtual families.  Pickup will be 3:00pm – 4:00pm on Mondays.


Stay at Home:  Tips from Meridian Health for kids.

Internet Services: 

Internet Service Sites

“Comcast announced Thursday it is offering two months of free internet access to low-income households who qualify for its ‘Internet Essentials’ program and increasing the speeds provided through the service in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.” —Click here for more information

Additional Internet Options:  “Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.”  –Click here for more information

Meal Services: Indy Parks is continuing its FREE after school meal services for youth ages 18 and under.  Times are subject to change. Please call Indy Parks Customer Service Center for more information at(317)-327-PARK.

Audio Books: Looking for additional ways to engage your scholars at home? is offering free access to some of their library!  Check out the wide variety of genres to engage a reader of any age.  

City of Indianapolis Online Resources: “Last week, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced the launch of a new tool on the city’s website that connects individuals, businesses, and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with community resources. The guide, which simplifies information from a variety of different sources, has already helped thousands of residents connect with food and employment services, along with other programming. Since its launch the site has been updated with more than a dozen new tools, assets, and community supports.”

Families in need of technology for students to appropriately engage and complete eLearning assignments may pickup devices in person beginning Jan. 4th.  All students returning to in-person learning must return devices on Jan. 19th.

    • All students and families that need a device MUST fill out a technology rental form
    • Any family with currently un-returned technology will not be eligible for additional/new devices

Our school calendar will not be adjusted moving forward.  Important upcoming dates include:

  • Spring Break = Mar. 29th – Apr. 5th (NO SCHOOL)
  • EOY Learning Plan Launch = Tuesday, Apr. 6th
  • Last Day of School = Thursday, May 27th

All staff members will receive extensive training on recognizing COVID symptoms and on all school safety measures and protocols. 

Student Development Teachers and Counselors will remain in place to support any students in need or experiencing trauma.

No field trips or evening tutoring will be scheduled until further notice.

Face masks will be required for staff at all times and for students on the bus and in the hallways. VCP will provide cloth face masks for all students.

For further details and guidance on COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.   Additional resources and information is also available at the City of Indianapolis’s website.

  1. If you, or a member of your family, tests positive for COVID-19, please immediately contact the school.
  2. As a reminder, neither the school nor our school nurse can screen for COVID-19.  Please contact your closest medical professional/facility if you believe you have been exposed to this virus.
  3. Additional resources for families:
    1. Hamilton County Health Department
    2. Indiana Department of Health
    3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    4. Talking to Children About COVID-19

Stay at Home:  Tips from Meridian Health for kids.

Increased sanitizing and cleaning will occur, including: hand sanitizing at the entrance and exit to all rooms, wiping down of all desks, frequent sanitizing of all high touch areas, closure of all water fountains (students will be allowed to bring a water bottle).

No field trips or evening tutoring will be scheduled until further notice.

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