The Victory College Prep College and Career Readiness Team and Ball State University recently partnered up to extend dual enrollment to high school juniors.
The Mentor Program encourages collaboration that produces better outcomes for students.
Community leader calls for collaboration in the sale of IPS school building to VCP.
Facility acquisition aligns to VCP strategic plan.
Outdoor learning space grows more than plants as students develop vital social skills.
For VCP graduates like Denise Pizarro 4-Star Scholarships ease the transition to college.
The donated amount will be enough to purchase as many as 225 new books for the Sickle Cell Story Club.
Careers in STEAM disciplines are expected to jump more than 10% by 2030.
Visiting teaching artists help expand an already strong arts program at VCP.
The FIRE internship program gives students the opportunity for workplace experience.
A Teacher’s Love celebrates the impact of teachers through the VCP experiences of Lisa Wills.
The first quarter of the 2021-2022 VCP Early Ivy program saw a record-breaking performance by students.
In Kindergarten thru Grade 6, students’ social-emotional growth takes center stage at the start of each day when classrooms host their Morning Meetings.
VCP is one of just four Indianapolis area schools selected for a makeover project in honor of the city being the host site of the
WFYI News investigates the impacts of temporary federal COVID-19 funding with a visit to the VCP campus to visit classrooms and speak with teachers.
The VCP Advisory Program for middle and high school is an unrivaled initiative that puts student in touch with a personal advisor once per day.
The 2021-2022 fiscal year budget included a new funding stream to support a novel, full-time position for any K-12 school in Indiana – the Director