Vassalboro Community School
1116 Webber Pond Road, Vassalboro, Maine 04989 (207) 923-3100 Main office hours: M - F 8am - 4pm.
August 30: Open House for Grades Pre-K and 1-8. August 30th from 5-7 p.m.
Septermber 1: First Day of School
September 5: Labor Day (No School)
VCS Class of 2022 Video VIEW HERE
All people age 12 & up are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. For information or to schedule an appointment click here: https://www.maine.gov/covid19/vaccines
VCS Childcare is presently accepting registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten Students. Childcare is available for families Monday thru Friday, including early release days, vacations, and teacher in-service days. Hours of Operation are: 6:30am-8:00am and 2:30pm- 5:45pm 12:00pm-5:45pm (Early Release) 6:30am-5:45pm (Teacher Inservice). Click here for a brochure
On April 29th, VCS staff set aside a day to Celebrate Neurodiversity, promoting the message that we all think differently and that brain differences are not deficits. We're celebrating neurodiversity every day!
About our School
Vassalboro Community School is a public school located in Vassalboro, Maine. It has a little over 400 students in grades PK, K-8. The current school building was built in 1992, and is on the east side of the Kennebec River between the cities of Augusta and Waterville. The Town of Vassalboro offers school choice to families for students in grades 9-12, covering the cost for high school students to attend area public high schools or paying up to the price of state average tuition for student attendance at non-religious private schools. Many of our students attend area high schools, including Erskine Academy, Winslow High School, Waterville High School and Cony High School.
The mission of Vassalboro Community School is to provide a caring learning community where all students can achieve success to their fullest potential. Vassalboro Community School strives to teach students to be respectful, responsible and kind in order to create a safe and effective school environment where they can experience academic and behavioral success.