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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.



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Preventing suicide takes an entire community. All VUSD families are invited to hear award winning author Kevin Hines present on the important topic of suicide awareness and prevention. Kevin is a motivational speaker, mental health advocate and an attempted suicide survivor who is known for his passionate support of mental health causes and prevention. This presentation is FREE, and all VUSD families are invited to attend.

The presentation will be held:

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Catwalk Theater at Will C Wood High,
998 Marshall Road, Vacaville

6:30-7:30 PM

More information about Kevin Hines at


Loop the Lagoon fundraiser April 28th
The 15th Annual Loop the Lagoon fundraiser for Vacaville schools is right around the corner. This fun-filled community event features kids races, running/ walking events and a fair. 50% of every entry fee goes directly back to your school. Help raise money for your school and have a great time doing it! Register to participate or volunteer here.


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VUSD schools will be performing lockdown drills (locks, lights, out of sight) today. The drill schedule for VUSD is set before the school year begins. Today's classroom conversation that accompanies the drill is the See Something, Say Something mantra that pertains to reporting threats, being kind, and offering help for those who may need it.


Our Leadership Program is collecting Pennies for Patients through March 28th. Help raise money to support the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society. Collection boxes are available during 4th period in room 17. 




Short Term Independent Study Applications must be approved by the principal. Please review application guidelines and turn into the office.



If you need a work permit. Please click on link and turn into the application to the office or the library. Please allow 1-3 days to process. Work permits must be approved by the principal.