Vero Beach High School (VBHS) is located in Vero Beach, Florida, the county seat of Indian River County. Founded in 1925 (officially), VBHS is a large, comprehensive high school, located on Florida’s east coast. The high school serves 2,675 students in grades 9-12 who reside in the southern portion of Indian River County. The campus of VBHS encompasses approximately , which includes the site of the Freshman Learning Center and main campus areas. The combination of school enrollment and the size of the physical plant make VBHS the largest high school in Indian River County. The Freshman Learning Center serves 700 9th grade students. Vero Beach High School has recently completed the second year of a three year, $51 million remodeling project. The school is operated by the Indian River County School District.
Vero Beach High School can trace its history back to the class of 1905, and a one-room schoolhouse, where children of all ages were taught. In 1925, the first official Vero Beach High School opened. It was located about a half-mile north of the current location, where Vero Beach High School's Freshman Learning Center (FLC) stands today. After Vero Beach High School moved to its present-day location in 1963, the old high school became Vero Beach Junior High School, and VBHS took on a new official name, Vero Beach Senior... Read More