Welcome VUSD Students!
Welcome to the VUSD Student site for students from TK to 12th grade! Whether you're embarking on your educational journey or nearing the end of high school, this webpage is here to inspire and support you every step of the way. Discover a plethora of resources, engage in interactive activities, and unleash your imagination and make the most of our shared learning experience! Take a moment to look through the different tabs and links for further information.
Both breakfast and lunch are offered at no charge to every student at every VUSD school. We encourage every student to take advantage of these meals and ensure that they are fueled for learning and growing every day.
Activities Near You
The City of Vista's Recreation & Community Services Department offers programs that build community, promote healthy lifestyles, and provide entertainment for a variety of audiences. The department operates many of Vista's recreation, aquatic, and cultural arts venues, and hosts activities for all ages including preschoolers, youth, adults, and seniors. Be active Join the fun!
"Psst World Report It!" is a secure, anonymous, and confidential safety tip line.
Who can I talk to?
Visit our Mental Health & Social Emotional Development page for further resources.
Feel free to also browse the Youth Advocacy & Services page which includes Student Rights and resources, Equity, Title IX: Gender/Sex Equity, Sexual Harrassment, LGBTQ+ resources, section 504 Plans and Teen Parents & Healthy Relationships information.
WHAT IS WAVEPACT?
Vista Unified School District is committed to preparing all students to be college and career ready when they graduate. From Kindergarten to Senior year, we work collaboratively to promote a college-prepared mindset in the district. Regardless of the path our students choose: 2-year college, 4-year college, trade school, or the workplace, they will be able to obtain their goals because they have prepared themselves for the future.
WAVEpact incorporates this college mindset, along with the guaranteed admission agreement with California State University San Marcos, to open doors for ALL students in the district.
The question is not "If I go to college?"...
It is "Where will I go now that I am prepared for college and career?"