Valdosta High School extends an invitation to any student who may need to regain lost credits from any local high school. Each course is worth ½ credit. VHS summer school is accredited and Carnegie units will be awarded for passed courses. These units do not meet eligibility for NCAA Clearinghouse but do count for eligibility through recovery of credits.
These VHS AVID students participated in the Valdosta State TRIO - Educational Talent Search Program. The mission of Educational Talent Search is to encourage and empower students to stay in school, graduate, undertake and complete a program of high education.
Pictured are Bobby Goddard and Jonathan Noll, graduating seniors from Valdosta High School. They are standing at the site of the beautification garden they designed and implemented as part of their Senior IB Community Service Project.
The 15-member Valdosta Youth Council (VYC), initiated by Mayor John Gayle in 2015, successfully completed the 2016-2017 academic year with a variety of accomplishments. The VYC, now in its second program year, was created for youth to build leadership skills and learn about civic responsibility, to gain a better understanding of municipal government, and to prepare youth for a lifetime of public and community service.