A message from the Principal

The students, staff, and administration at Veterans Park Academy for the Arts welcome you to our website. We are confident that you will find the information on this site useful and that you will learn more about what makes VPAA a special place. 

Please scroll down for links to important videos regarding the 2020-2021 school year. 

At Veterans Park Academy for the Arts, we strive to provide every student an avenue to success through academics, creative and expressive arts, and athletics. We believe that each student has a gift to share and we work hard to provide our students with opportunities to work towards their highest potential. We strive to provide a school where students can grow and learn to be well rounded citizens and critical thinkers. We want to develop all of our students to become lifelong learners and future leaders.

At VPAA we have an amazing faculty and staff who put children first.  We believe that our students are individuals who learn in all different ways; therefore, we provide lessons to reach all types of learners with many opportunities to shine.

Our vision for Veterans Park Academy for the Arts is to be partners with families and the community to develop productive and creative global citizens. We want our students to view errors as opportunities, to ask questions, and to collaborate with peers.

We cannot wait to see you here at VPAA. Please follow us on Twitter, read our monthly newsletter for updates on events, and come back to our website often and check out pictures and videos from our wonderful school!



VPAA TALENT SHOW 2021!!!!

 

 


At Veterans Park Academy for the Arts, we strive to provide every student an avenue to success through academics, creative and expressive arts, and athletics.






 

District Wins - June 11, 2021
District Wins - June 11, 2021
06/14/2021
Emma Holmes is an eighth grader at Mariner Middle School and recently saved the life of a fellow student! Meet this heroic young lady and how she was honored in a brand new edition of District Wins.
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South Fort Myers High School “Wolf Den” to air June 20th
South Fort Myers High School “Wolf Den” to air June 20th
06/09/2021
Six South Fort Myers High School students will enter the “Wolf Den” on June 13th trying to convince a group of local business owners their product or company is worth investing in.
Read More About South Fort Myers High School “Wolf Den” to air June 20th
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Suncoast Paraprofessional to Teacher Scholarship Winners
Suncoast Paraprofessional to Teacher Scholarship Winners
06/07/2021
The Scholarships are for current paraprofessionals, interested in pursuing teaching, who have an associate degree and plan to attend Florida Gulf Coast University or Florida SouthWestern State College.
Read More About Suncoast Paraprofessional to Teacher Scholarship Winners
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Lee County Schools Designated as Heart-Safe by Golisano Children’s Hospital
Lee County Schools Designated as Heart-Safe by Golisano Children’s Hospital
06/04/2021
All high schools in Lee County have had AEDs in place since 2012. To provide the remaining middle and elementary schools with AEDs and specialized training, Golisano Children’s Hospital has partnered with Project ADAM.
Read More About Lee County Schools Designated as Heart-Safe by Golisano Children’s Hospital
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Seven Students Awarded National Merit Scholarships
Seven Students Awarded National Merit Scholarships
06/03/2021
The School District is proud to announce seven students have been awarded National Merit Program Scholarships. Two are National Merit $2,500 Scholarship winners and five are College Sponsored Merit Scholarship winners.
Read More About Seven Students Awarded National Merit Scholarships
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School District Honors 2020 APPLES Mentor of the Year
School District Honors 2020 APPLES Mentor of the Year
06/01/2021
The School District of Lee County is proud to honor Allison Delude-Kerner with the Second Annual APPLES Mentor of the Year award. Delude-Kerner is Peer Collaborative Teacher at Harns Marsh Middle School. APPLES mentors provide support to new and beginning teachers.
Read More About School District Honors 2020 APPLES Mentor of the Year
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Estero High School Student wins “Leave the Scene Clean” Calendar Art Contest
Estero High School Student wins “Leave the Scene Clean” Calendar Art Contest
05/27/2021
The cover of the 2022 Keep Lee County Beautiful “Leave the Scene Clean” Calendar will feature the artwork of Estero High School student Nicole Sierra-Iszler. Eleven other students from the School District of Lee County won first place for their grade level and will have their artwork displayed inside the annual calendar.
Read More About Estero High School Student wins “Leave the Scene Clean” Calendar Art Contest
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