Vineland Public Charter School (VPCS)
23 West Chestnut Avenue
Vineland, NJ 08360
  • A strong focus on the development and utilization of expressive language
  • Integrated learning with an emphasis on discovery
  • A longer school day and extended school year
First day of school: Monday, August 25, 2014.
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Why Enroll at Vineland Public Charter School?
  • A strong focus on the development and utilization of receptive, expressive, and written language as well as integration of content within the exciting avenue of drama; 
  • A longer school day and extended school year to ensure the continuity of instruction and family support; 
  • Small class sizes to provide the small and personal climate where students strengths and weakness are well known and used as a basis for instruction.
  • Integrated learning with an emphasis on discovery and articulation of knowledge, 
  • Block Scheduling: Vineland Public Charter School will follow a block schedule format to allow for extended learning and assessment opportunities and thematic based units and drama opportunities.
  • Teacher Professional Development: Teacher growth and development of skills is essential to student achievement and has been documented through empirical studies. 
  • Parent/Community Involvement: In order to create a culture of parental empowerment and ownership Vineland Public Charter School will be a viable and active member of the community. It will be a place where parents and community members will have input into education and all stakeholders will be kept informed through orientations, literature and workshops.
Mission Statement
The mission of the Vineland Public Charter School is to provide a nurturing, supportive, creative and actively engaging environment for students and families that facilitates the development of well educated and responsible young adults with a life long love of learning.
Vision Statement
Vineland Public Charter School is committed to achieving and maintaining the following:
  • Vineland Public Charter School academics will be anchored by the rigor of New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and educational experiences reflected in the accompanying Frameworks as well as meeting the National Standards for Arts Education.
  • Learning Experiences: Vineland Public Charter School will provide engaging student focused learning experiences immersed in active participation that will be further developed and processed through cooperative learning, collaborative learning, large and small group experiences and drama. It is a guiding principle of the school program that drama can and should be used as a way of approaching the study of every subject, and that it can do so without compromising those curricular goals to which it is uniquely suited.
  • Vineland Public Charter School will create a safe, non-bias, nurturing and caring environment that promotes character building programs and projects which develop critical thinking, team building, and problem solving skills thus enabling students to focus on education. Participation in Drama activities requires self control and discipline, students will learn to work together to find the best way for each member of a group to contribute and to listen to and accept the viewpoints and contributions of others. No art form is more truly collaborative.
  • Vineland Public Charter School will focus on intensive early intervention for children ages 5-8 and will engage and fervently support family members in order to increase student achievement and family success in education.
Important Dates & Upcoming Events
  • September 19, 20141pm Early Dismissal
  • October 10, 20141pm Early Dismissal
  • October 13, 2014Columbus Day - School Closed
  • October 15, 2014Progress Report Home
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School Notices


Dr. Regan's Welcome Letter


The Vineland Public Charter School has awarded a contract through an RFP process to Bowman and Company LLP to provide auditing services for the 2014-2015 school year.

Invitation for Bid: 2014-2015 Food Service

Request for Qualifications
Real Estate Broker Services

Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Policies and Procedures

HIB District and School Grade Report

Harassment, Intimidation,
and Bullying Policy

Harassment, Intimidation,
and Bullying Regulation

Anti-bullying District Coordinator

NJDOE Guidance for Schools on Implementing
the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act


Important Notice

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued H1N1 guidance for preschool and child care facilities. For up-to-date information on H1N1, please click on the link (English or Spanish) below.

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If a student is or becomes homeless or displaced, please call our district homeless liaison, Mrs. Kellie Whelan at (856) 691-1004. The school will assist homeless/ displaced students with student related services.