Vivian Banks Charter

Now Accepting Kindergarten & New Student Registration

School office is now open and excepting new student registration! School will begin on August 16, 2017.

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Upcoming Events

First Day of School
Date: 8/16/2017, 8 AM 2:30 PM
Friday Morning Flag Salute
Date: 8/18/2017, 8 AM 8:30 AM
Location: Courtyard
Friday Morning Flag Salute
Date: 8/25/2017, 8 AM 8:30 AM
Location: Courtyard
Lunch on the Lawn
Date: 8/25/2017, 11 AM 12:30 PM
Friday Morning Flag Salute
Date: 9/1/2017, 8 AM 8:30 AM
Location: Courtyard
Labor Day No School
Date: 9/4/2017

Mission & Goals

The Vivian Banks Charter School (VBCS) is a learning community committed to the cultural awareness, social and physical development and intellectual growth of each student. It establishes a learning environment that fosters respect for self and others, responsibility and consideration of others, and enables students to meet present needs and future challenges in a complex, changing society.

The VBCS student will lead our community, region, state and nation in the 21st century. As educated adults able to produce high-quality goods and services for the future economy, they must:
  • Maintain physical and mental fitness, thinking critically and creatively.
  • Produce and receive communication in all its present and future forms, whether working cooperatively with others or individually.
  • Understand their meaningful roles in social groups large and small, actively participating in the democratic process.
  • Apply present and future technologies with confidence, as tools to create work products.
  • Internalize a self-disciplined work ethic that motivates them to be lifelong learners.


News & Announcements

LCAP Parent Survey

Parent Survey

This LCAP survey is your opportunity to tell us what our schools are doing well and what we can do better to ensure students graduate prepared for college and career. This link will be posted on our school website and the District's website. The LCAP Parent Survey link will be open February 15 - March 8th. Thank you for your continued support.



Please note that this is an anonymous survey and it is conducted by an independent evaluator.

Native American Needs Assessment

Parents/Guardians,
The mission of the Johnson O'Malley program is to address the unique cultural needs of American Indian students attending the Bonsall Unified School District through a supplemental program of services planned, developed and approved by the Local Indian Education Committee. Please provide your responses, in priority, to the following questions to direct us with developing Johnson-O’Malley educational programs to meet the specialized and unique educational needs of your students.

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