Education to Career Network

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s):

 Our students will:

 

V:  Develop a VISION for their future

  • Identify and achieve short & long term goals
  • Demonstrate perseverance in their pursuit of education
  • Pursue lifelong learning experiences


A:  ACHIEVE academic and personal growth

  • Show a measurable increase in knowledge and skills
  • Increase 21st century skills (critical thinking, communication, collaboration, innovation & technology)
  • Gain self-confidence and awareness of their abilities


S:  Experience SUCCESS in all post-secondary transitions

  • Career obtainment and growth
  •  College admission and completion
  • Enhancement of their personal life and involvement in the community      

The Vista Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition or age. Limited English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. A uniform complaint procedure is in place. If you have suggestions or concerns regarding VAS, please call (760) 758-7122.

About Our School

Vista Adult School has provided leading educational services in Vista, CA since 1977. Our WASC accredited programs include Career Technical Education, Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education and English as a Second Language. In addition we offer Community Education courses. All teachers are certified in their teaching area by the California Commission for Teacher Credentialing. We proudly serve approximately 4,500 Adults each year. We offer convenient schedules to fit the needs and lifestyles of Adult Learners, and we welcome students from all of Southern California.


Vision: 

Vista Adult School is committed to providing exemplary education designed to engage, inspire and empower students to achieve their goals.

Mission Statement:  

Vista Adult School will prepare all students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their career, academic and personal goals in a high quality and accessible learning environment.

San Diego Workforce Partnership

Fall Session begins August 21, 2017

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