Vista High School

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Principal's Message

  • Welcome to Vista High School!


    Mrs. Edith Jordan-McCormick

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    Welcome to Vista High School!  My name is Mrs. Edith Jordan-McCormick and I am the proud principal of Vista High School.  Here at VHS we offer  personalized learning where our students are able to achieve academic success through independent studies.  We value our students and work hard to provide them with opportunities to be successful.  Our staff is full of energetic people who create an incredibly warm atmosphere.  We approach learning with a student centered lens and work hard to make sure we provide our students with educational opportunites. 


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  • Welcome Ms. Erica Martinez, our new school counselor

    Welcome Ms. Erica Martinez, Vista High School's school counselor!  Ms. Martinez is at VHS on Wednesdays half day and all day on Thursdays.  Her email address is  Please email her for any of your counseling needs.  Ms. Martinez coming to us from Fresno, California where she attended college and earned her bachelor's in Criminology.  She has a master's degree in Educational Counseling and Pupil Services Credential from National University.  Ms. Martinez is very excited to be apart of the Vista High School Team and is looking forward to working with our students.  Please check the website or the front office for her weekly counseling bulletin.

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    Vista High School is an independent study middle/high school that offers a multicultural education in grades 7-12. Vista High School is nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood that offers a safe environment where students can receive personalized instruction. We provide an educational setting tailored to meet the individual needs of students.
    Students are counseled and aided in their pursuit of educational and vocational goals beyond high school. Students who graduate from Vista earn a traditional high school diploma and develop a clear vision of what they need to do to claim their goals for their future.
    Independent study is not for all students; but independent study requires basic academic skills and a level of commitment, motivation, organizational skills, and self-direction.  

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