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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.

School Hours

Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


9 a.m. to noon



Welcome back to our returning students and hello to our new students. Country High School is an alternative education school where students get a second chance at success. Our veteran staff is excited to serve our students, who are discovering, some after multiple disappointments, that school is a good place, a safe place, a place where they can come to achieve and discover who they are. This is a place where students begin to believe that they are capable of being productive members of our society; where students recover credits long ago perceived as lost; where students are making the honor roll; and where students are, ultimately, earning their high school diplomas and readying themselves for life in the real world. Our newest staff member is Michelle Takacs, who will serve as our head secretary, replacing Lisa Galloway, who retired in June after spending the last 15 years at Country High.


As in the past, students are NOT to be sent to the office to go home for a one-day lunch pass. This is a closed campus. If you need to leave for medical reasons please bring a note. Otherwise, students should NOT be leaving during lunch unless they have an off campus pass issued by Mr. Sullivan. If you have a job, you will need to get a new work permit for this school year. You may pick up a work permit application before or after school in the office. It will take about 3 days to process them.


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Published: 8/31/15

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



Download the School Loop App

School Loop's new mobile app is free for VUSD families, giving easy access to assignments, grades and news.

Links to the app downloads, along with more information about it, are posted on School Loop's Support Page, or, simply go to the app store and search for "School Loop App" to download the most recent version.