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IMPORTANT VICTORY COLLEGE PREP STUDENT AND FAMILY RESOURCES!
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The VCP Student and Family Handbook is an important resource for the community that outlines policies, procedures, and guidelines for academics, behavior and discipline, general operations, athletics and extracurricular program, and more.
All VCP families are required to acknowledge their receipt and review of the handbook when attending Back to School Nights. As such, families are strongly encouraged to review the contents of the handbook before their designated Back to School Night visit.
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The VCP campus is open for the school day beginning at 7:45 a.m. Regular dismissal begins at 2:30 p.m.
To help students and families prepare for the school day, review the sample schedules for the VCP K-6 School and VCP 7-12 School.
It’s important to know that these are samples only. Lunch breaks and other schedule elements may vary by grade level, especially in Lower Academy in Kindergarten thru Grade 6 due to lunch and recess schedules.
K-6 School Sample Schedule
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Please review the complete school supplies list document.
Required items are different by grade level forKindergarten thru Grade 6 students in our K-6 School.
7-12 School students in Grade 7 thru 12 are required to obtain the same items regardless of grade level with some items being marked for personal use and others for community use.
K-6 School Supplies List
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7-12 School Supplies List
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VCP partners with School Zone to provide access to affordable uniforms for our students.
Uniforms are required for all students from Kindergarten thru Grade 12. Uniforms include a VCP logo polo shirt.
School Zone’s Indianapolis location for in-person uniform purchases is 5425 N. Keystone Avenue. Purchases can also be made online at the School Zone website. Online shoppers can type Victory College Prep in the search bar on the School Zone homepage.
Families seeking support aid for uniform purchases must work with their Marion County District Trustee Office to secure a voucher. Deadlines vary by District.
VCP partners with Miller Transportation and 4Mativ to provide bus services for families.
Bus rider families should visit our Transportation Services webpage for bus route information and request or change service.
Bus Service Delays and Emergency Contacts
VCP announces transportation delays via the VCP School app, which is available in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Direct links to the app in each store are available here on the Family Resource Hub. For those without smartphone access, delays are also posted on the VCP website at www.victorycollegeprep.org/busdelays.
Car Riders + Walkers
Student car riders and walkers enter the building through the school’s Main Entrance. Faculty and staff are present in the school parking to direct traffic during arrival and departure times.
High school students driving their own vehicles have access to the school parking lot on a first come first served basis, and ample street parking is available around the school campus. to
The VCP Firehawks Athletics Department will host an information and registration table during Back to School Nights, July 27-29.
Specific details for the fall sports season will be promoted on the Athletics webpage and announced by email to students and families.
Information and schedules for VCP clubs and after-school programs are updated each semester, and the latest programming information can be reviewed at our After-School Programs webpage.
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Most frequent questions and answers
Victory College Prep is located at 1780 Sloan Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46203.
VCP operates Monday- Friday from 7:30am to 4pm.
Who Are We? We’re the Firehawks!
For over 15 years, Victory College Prep has been a K-12, Mayor-sponsored charter school on Indianapolis’ south side. We serve those students who need us the most. Of the over 900 students we serve each year; 87% are students of color, and 100% free or reduced lunch. We prepare our students to carry the torch of success by giving them the tools they need to pursue their postsecondary goals. Check out what else VCP has to offer:
- Free busing
- Free breakfast, lunch, and snack daily
- Restorative approach to student development
- After-school programming and athletics
- 1:1 laptop program
- Small class sizes
VCP is a tuition free charter school.
Victory College Prep services scholars K-12. Many students come in to VCP in Kindergarten and continue on through to middle school and high school. Click here for more information on enrolling at VCP.
VCP has a mandatory dress code for all students. The dress code puts the focus on academics, not fashion, and creates a sense of school pride and belonging which are important components of our school culture. We ask that families work with school staff to support and enforce the dress code.
School-issued uniform shirts with the logo must be worn at all times. These shirts may be short or long sleeved. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
Tops can be purchased from SchoolZone:
- Navy blue uniform shirts
- A navy blue school sweatshirt or a solid, hoodless sweater with the school logo may be worn in school when it is cold.
- White, navy and gray turtlenecks or undershirts may be worn under uniform shirts, but not alone. If an undershirt of another color is worn, the student will be asked to remove the shirt.
- Khaki pants or shorts worn at the waist.
- Navy tights with khaki skorts, skirts, or jumpers (not more than one inch above the knee)
- In all grades a belt must be worn if the pants/shorts have belt loops. Belt loops may not be cut off
- Students are permitted to wear most types of shoes, however the following things are not allowed:
- Open toe shoes
- Shower shoes (slides)
Your child is loaned textbooks for use at no cost. Other learning tools may be loaned to the student as well. Students may not write in their books unless told to do so. All books, equipment and other loaned materials must be returned in good condition at the end of the year.
At Victory College Prep, we don’t believe in a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Our program offers specially tailored small-group, whole-group, and 1:1 instructional time that ensures we meet the unique needs of our scholars. High Ability Program participants also frequently engage in unique clubs, STEM courses, and peer mentoring opportunities. For more information, check out our Academic Program!