VBSA's challenging curriculum, small classes, expert teachers, and collaborative spirit help curiosity take root.
RIGOROUS COLLEGE-PREP ACADEMICS
VBSA classes — what we teach and how we teach them — are designed to prepare student-athletes for the rigors of university life..
Small classes yield big conversations. VBSA’s average class size makes room for meaningful debates, lots of questions, and in-depth discussions.
Our highly credentialed teachers help students learn to think for fun. Indulge your curiosity. Collaborate to innovate. Appreciate learning as a life skill. Yes, classes are tough. Teachers push their students to reach further. But that’s a good thing — because the adults at VBSA are among the most inspiring and knowledgeable people you’ll ever meet.
AP English Language and Composition
World History I*,II
US Government and Politics*
Economics & Personal Finance
AP US History
Spanish I*, II*, III
French I*, II*
ELL I Reading/Writing/Listening/Speaking
ELL II Reading/Writing/Listening/Speaking
* Denotes Honors sections available. Students should have earned a B or higher in their previous subject area course and receive approval from the course's teacher and an administrator.
AP courses are offered students highly motivated and capable of succeeding in college level courses as indicated by earning A or B+ in an Honors course in the previous year.
The objective of the English Language Learners (ELL)Program is to provide English language learners with English language instruction and support that will enable them
to be successful in mainstream English and content classes.