Throughout April, the Month of the Military Child, Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) student artwork will be featured at Lynnhaven Mall. Now in its 11th year, "The Art of Being a Military Child" showcases students' artistic interpretations of what it means to be a military dependent, including deployments, transitions, patriotism, family and school. It is the culmination of a contest open to all VBCPS students to which more than 700 art entries were submitted.
- Students with Special Needs
- Technical & Career Education Center
- Advanced Technology Center
Students with Special Needs
School Bus Drivers for students who use special transportation will call the parents of those students to provide Bus Stop information. If there has been a change in address, please call Programs for Exceptional Children at 263-2400. If you have a childcare provider, please call Transportation Services at 263-1545 to arrange transportation. The childcare provider should be in the student's home school zone.
Pre-Kindergarten students who live in the school zone where the program is offered will ride the neighborhood buses assigned to that school. These stops can be found by accessing each student’s ParentVue account. Students who live outside school zones are not eligible for school bus service. Questions should be directed to your student's school.
Technical & Career Education Center
Director: David C. Swanger
Morning Transportation: All students will ride neighborhood buses to their local high schools. Students should then ride the following shuttle buses to the Technical & Career Education Center. Bayside High-Bus 454; Cox High-Bus 309; First Colonial High-Bus 080; Green Run High-Bus 067; Kellam High-Bus 134; Kempsville High-Bus 430; Landstown High-Bus 442; Ocean Lakes High-Bus 346; Princess Anne High-Bus 119; Renaissance High-Bus 340; Salem High-Bus 522; Tallwood High-Bus 096.
Afternoon Transportation home: Students enrolled in the following home high schools will ride a shuttle back to their home high school to board their regular bus home. Green Run High Bus 459, Kellam High Bus 434, Kempsville High Bus 375, Landstown High Bus 376, Ocean Lakes High, Bus 27, Salem High Bus 568, Tallwood High Bus 47. Princess Anne High, Bayside High, Cox High, and First Colonial High School students will board an express academy bus home to their neighborhoods. Bus stops and assignments will be available from the Technical and Career Education Center.
Advanced Technology Center
Director: Michael D. Taylor
Morning Transportation: All ATC students will ride neighborhood buses to their local high schools. Students should then ride the following shuttle buses to the Advanced Technology Center. Bayside High-Bus 023; Cox High-Bus 415; First Colonial High-Bus 170; Green Run High-Bus 092; Kellam High-Bus 268; Kempsville High-Bus 338; Landstown High-Bus 250; Ocean Lakes High-Bus 274; Princess Anne High-Bus 302; Salem High-Bus 215; Tallwood High-Bus 569.
Afternoon Transportation home: All students will be shuttled back to their home high school where they will transfer/board their regular bus for home. Suttle bus information will be available at the ATC.
For further information or to obtain answers to your questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 757.263.1545