A group of Independent Study students came together this past semester to answer a question students have been pondering for more than thirty years; how much weight can a tiny bridge hold? The answer, it seems, is quite a lot! Students under the supervision of CT’s Pamela Rodig-Kirschke, Cara Larson, James Matthew, and Patrice Boyan […]
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Graduate Spotlight: Lizzie Allison, University Prep Academy, Class of 2018. Lizzie was only 15 years old when she started her nonprofit, Team Celebrate. Her mission is to provide birthday parties for foster kids throughout the country. As you can imagine, running a nonprofit while in high school is no easy task. Not only was Lizzie […]
If you’ve been to Brentwood recently, you may have noticed the beautiful artwork that decorates a number of their public utility boxes. What you may not know is that one of these boxes was decorated by Visions Home School student Emma S.! “I was honored to be a part of the 2018 Brentwood Utility Box Project,” says Emma. […]
We’ve said it a hundred times before but we’ll say it again, our students and staff have a knack for giving back. This year, Don Bisio’s University Prep students came together to raise money and collect gifts and food donations for organizations in their community. Holiday Cheer Breakdown $600 raised through individual donations. 40 homeless/foster youth received […]
Bring your questions and your appetites to an informational pizza party hosted by Visions In Education’s Independent Study program! WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 2019 WHERE: Skipolini’s Pizza 2001 Salvio Street in Concord (parking is available in the back) TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Enjoy pizza and soft drinks while learning about our Independent Study program from the academy principal, Justin […]
The Camp Fire in Butte County is one of the most destructive wildfires in California history. During this time of need many of our students and staff found ways to help those affected by the tragedy. We’d like to recognize a group of Andrew Vanden Akker’s University Prep students that sprung into action and collected […]
Each year, Visions holds a spelling bee for home school students in grades 2 through 8. This is a great opportunity for students to hone their spelling skills and practice their public speaking. Congratulations to this year’s winner, 6th grader Audrey L.! She powered through 26 rounds of words and was crowned number one. Fun […]
Visions In Education’s winter break will begin Monday, December 24 and school will resume on Monday, January 7, 2019. Our main office will also be closed during this time. Message from the Superintendent/Executive Director: Our Visions’ family would like to wish your family a happy holiday season. Whether you stay in town or travel, I […]
Bring your questions and your appetites to an informational pizza party hosted by Visions In Education’s Independent Study program! WHEN: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 WHERE: Mountain Mike’s Pizza at 972-D Admiral Callaghan Lane, Vallejo, CA TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Enjoy pizza and soft drinks while learning about our Independent Study program from the academy principal, […]
About Hector: Hector is only a few months away from graduating early from Visions. Not only will he graduate from high school early but he’ll also earn his Associate Degree from Los Medanos College shortly after! How did Hector become so successful? Let’s take a trip down memory lane … Why Visions? In 9th grade […]