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Thrower Opportunity Program runs under its own web site at for registered parents and students. 

Schoolwide Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from CHS will have:

  • Functional Math skills
  • Reading, writing and communication skills
  • Socialization skills that include the development of empathy, respect and positive conflict resolution
  • 21st century skills such as technology skills, basic financial skills, job skills and work ethic/goal setting practices

Our Mission

We, the staff, students and families of Country High School, are committed to graduating students with the skills necessary to thrive and be productive members of society. By providing a relevant, real world education with high expectations, students will become critical thinkers, effective communicators and positive problem solvers.



online portal for reduced lunch
To apply online for free or reduced meals for the 2018-2019 school year, please click here.  Paper applications are also available at the Educational Services Center, located at 401 Nut Tree Road. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the Student Nutrition Department at 707.453.6157. 


2017-18 Country High School Graduation

2017-18 Country High School Graduation




If you are under the age of 18 in the State of California and you are wanting to obtain a job, you are required to apply for a work permit at the beginning of each school year. 


All work permits are set to expire on August 23, 2018.  If your child is working they will need to apply for a new Work Permit. 


Applications can be picked up in the front office, the library or online at:


The California Department of Education and the State of California work together to ensure that all students are on a path to graduate.  Students who are not performing well academically or missing classes frequently will be denied a work permit or will have their work permit revoked.


In the Vacaville Unified School District you must have higher than a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) and less than 2 truancy letters.  Any school administrator has the right to revoke a Work Permit at any time.


If your child’s GPA is:

2.0 or higher: You will be granted a Work Permit in accordance to State and Federal law.

1.50-1.99: You will NOT be granted a work permit. You may appeal this rejection to an administrator at your school site.

1.49 or below: You will NOT be granted a work permit.  You can re-apply once your quarter grades have gone up.



All parents are encouraged to register for online parent portal. Click on the link for more information.