Before I came into Vantage Point, I was failing all my classes. I was behind on credits and, well at the current time would have graduated at least 1 to 2 years after my class graduated. I found Vantage Point from my dads co-worker and he said so many great things about this school. I was bullied from Second Grade on. When I came into Vantage Point it all changed. This school really does have a "no bully" policy. This school goes through a thing called Discovery, in terms it makes you use and show manners in school and at home. From behind on credits to ahead of schedule I am graduating 1 semester or 2 quarters ahead. This school uses the Quarter system. I would recommend this school to anyone since this is the place to go when you want to focus on school or get a new life without bullies.
- submitted by a student
September 18, 2014
School is great for students looking for an alternative way of learning. Also offers a great program on life and interpersonal skills. However, the principal is vindictive when it comes to students and staff he doesn't "click" with. He will make your life very difficult and attempt to ruin your career if you don't see eye-to-eye.
- submitted by a teacher
December 27, 2010
This is a very great school. I went there, my favorite thing was the class the called "Discovery" which made me realize that the BIG subject at Vantage Point was about having mutual respect and letting school be stress free. It was really amazing being there and it taught me that school can be something that you love. Something fun! Because of the teachers too I got to experience one on one learning. Every teacher there has a nice attitude and are very respectful. They truthfully care about you & the day you throw up your graduation hat in the air.
- submitted by a student
August 20, 2005
Vantage Point is a great learning environment for students that require much individual attention and who are introspective learners. This school has some great extra-curricular activities such as Key Communicaters and the Principals council. Both build student leadership skills and communication skills. The teachers at Vantage Point are caring and considerate of parent and student needs. This school has a well qualified staff and a diverse student population. Basically, it is a fun place to learn, teach, and to be involved with. Last year the students and their civics teacher, Mr. D'Lallo, held a voter registration drive. It really taught the kids much about the way elections are held. There is also Peace Jam and a trip to Japan for eligible students. Once again, this is a great school for students with diverse needs.