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More than 1,000 Battle Ground students to be trained in CPR - 03/04/24

This March, students at Chief Umtuch and Tukes Valley middle schools will learn lifesaving skills by being trained in hands-only CPR. Between the two schools, there are two opportunities for photos and/or video:

  • Chief Umtuch Middle School, 700 NW 9th St., Battle Ground, March 8, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
  • Tukes Valley Middle School, 20601 NE 167th Ave., Battle Ground: March 18, from 8:10 a.m. to 10:06 a.m.

Please confirm your participation by emailing

The training is a partnership among Fire District 3; the schools’ Associated Student Bodies; parent-teacher organizations; staff; Cascadia Tech; and both schools’ DREAM Teams, the youth extension of the Prevent Together: Battle Ground Prevention Alliance.

Students are also participating in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge this month. During the challenge, students will participate in the training and learn about the warning signs of a stroke, healthy heart practices and the dangers of vaping/tobacco.

See last year’s CPR training at Chief Umtuch Middle School.

Prairie drama students present 'Mean Girls: High School Version' (Photo) - 02/13/24

Cady Heron may have grown up on the African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois.

Adapted from Tina Fey’s hit 2004 film, the Mean Girls musical has been nominated for a staggering 12 Tony Awards. Now, Prairie High School’s drama program brings the high school version of the show to life starting Feb. 23, with six opportunities to come enjoy the music and fun.

“I’m so proud of this show and this company! We can’t wait to welcome you into the world of Mean Girls,” said Director Claire Verity.

Sing along as Cady takes on The Plastics, a trio of lionized “frenemies” led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. Cady and her friends devise a “revenge party” to end Regina’s reign, but soon realize you can’t take down a queen bee without getting stung.

Mean Girls: High School Version is performed by permission of MTI Shows, featuring lyrics by Nell Benjamin and music by Jeff Richmond.

Parental note: Show contains content that may not be appropriate for children under the age of 13.


  • Friday, Feb. 23 - 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, Feb. 24 - 1 p.m.* and 7 p.m.
  • Friday, March 1 - 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 2 - 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

*ASL interpretation will be available during the 1 p.m. showing on Saturday, Feb. 24

11311 NE 119th St., Vancouver. WA 98662


  • $7 for students
  • $15 for adults
  • $12 for 62+

Tickets can be purchased online in advance through Vanco Events or at the door.

Battle Ground Public Schools alternative learning experience programs open for enrollment - 02/12/24

Battle Ground Public Schools’ specialized and alternative learning experience programs are accepting enrollment applications for the 2024-25 school year. The district offers five specialized and alternative programs for students in kindergarten through high school. 

The programs offer a variety of educational opportunities, from a parent-partnered homeschool offering in-person and virtual learning to a rigorous academy focused on academics, a high school supporting self-paced learners and a half-day science program for high school students. All of these programs are designed to help students pursue their interests and prepare them for college and/or careers. 

Current Battle Ground students may apply for any of the programs that serve the grade they will be in next year. Some programs are also open to students who live outside the district; however, students who live within district boundaries will be given priority. Transportation is not provided to/from these programs unless specified in the description.

Enrollment in the programs is free; however, students must apply for admission. The admission process is specific to each program and directions for applying are described below. Recommendations or counselor approval may be required.  

Character and Academics for the Marketplace Academy (grades 3-12)

Application deadline: March 4, 2024 (or until all spaces are filled)

CAM Academy partners with parents to offer a rigorous education for students in grades 3-12. The school’s mission is to support and promote academic success, positive character development and acquisition of marketplace skills that will help students succeed both in college and beyond. Now located on a new campus west of Battle Ground High School, students at CAM attend school four days each week. Wednesday is used as an at-home learning day with the campus open for students who need additional support. In the classroom, students study a core curriculum including English language arts, history, science, mathematics and instruction in computer technology. At-home learning covers health and fitness, as well as visual and performing arts. These classes are completed in partnership with parents/guardians. Additional information about CAM Academy and the application processes for enrollment are on the CAM Academy website under “Enrollment.”

Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education (grades 9-12)

Application deadline: March 27, 2024 (or until full)

Now celebrating its 30th year, CASEE is a half-day science, technology, engineering and math program for high school students that integrates biological, environmental and agricultural sciences with English language arts. Students in the program attend three class periods (career and technical education, science and English) on an 80-acre learning laboratory where scientific concepts are explored and reinforced through outdoor experiences, in the classroom and in the lab. Students have the opportunity to earn science college credits in grades 9, 10 and 11 as well as honors English credits in grades 9 and 10. Transportation is provided to and from both Prairie and Battle Ground high schools. Students attend classes at their home high school during the other half of their day.

The application process requires work samples and teacher recommendations. Get more information online or by calling 360-885-5361. 

River HomeLink (grades K-12)  

Applications accepted on an ongoing basis. Space is limited.
Now in its 30th year, River HomeLink is a family-friendly, accredited public school providing parent-partnered educational options and support for students. Enrollment is open to families who live outside of Battle Ground Public Schools’ boundaries; however, priority will be given to families living within district boundaries. Families can choose part- or full-time programs that provide both at-home and classroom opportunities. Please complete RHL’s new student interest form to be invited to an informational parent meeting, the next step in applying for River HomeLink.

Battle Ground Virtual Academy (grades K-12)

Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

In fall 2023, the program formerly named River Online was launched as a new, independent school for online learning. Battle Ground Virtual Academy provides a high-quality online learning experience. Students are assigned to a teacher with whom they and their parents meet regularly. Students are also assigned an adviser with whom they meet bimonthly to help them achieve academic and personal success. Parents and guardians also play an active role in their child's online education. The school is awaiting approval to accept students from outside of Battle Ground Public Schools. If approved, outside enrollment would begin in fall 2024. Families who are interested in attending BGVA should complete the online interest form to begin the enrollment process. 

Explore the BGVA website.

Summit View High School (grades 9-12)

Application deadline: None (applications accepted on an ongoing basis)

Summit View High School offers a unique learning experience for students ages 14 to 21 who need an individualized learning program. Summit View serves independent students, working teens, students seeking an accelerated learning pace, at-risk students, teen parents or anyone who has unique educational needs. The caring staff at Summit View High School assists students in completing courses, meeting credit and assessment requirements for graduation, transitioning into another educational setting and preparing for life after high school. Summit View students also have the ability to attend programs such as Running Start and Cascadia Tech Academy. The school is located in the CASEE C Building at 11104 NE 149th St., Brush Prairie. 

Get more information about Summit View High School at, by emailing or by calling 360-885-5331. 

Open Doors GED Program

The Open Doors program, housed at Summit View High School, is for Battle Ground Public Schools students ages 16-21 who are behind in credits and want to take the General Education Development test. Students work on career and life skills while preparing to earn their GED. To enroll or find out more information, please call 360-885-5331. This program shares space with Summit View High School located within the CASEE C Building at 11104 NE 149th St., Brush Prairie

Get more information about Open Doors by calling 360-885-5410.

Attend the Battle Ground Public Schools Industry Fair on Feb. 15 to meet local employers (Photo) - 02/05/24

Battle Ground Public Schools invites you to attend the 9th annual Industry Fair, happening Thursday, Feb. 15, at Battle Ground High School. This free event is an opportunity for students, families and the community to learn about apprenticeships and jobs in health care, education, manufacturing, technology, construction, finance, hospitality, retail, transportation and more. 

“We just love being here talking to kids,” said Derek Hendrickson, co-owner of Hendrickson HVAC. “There's a lot of kids who maybe are better suited to jump straight into work or into an apprenticeship and make a fantastic living and have a fantastic life doing it.”

Some employers may be hiring so bring your resume. 


  • Everyone is welcome. This event serves students, families and the community.
  • Child care will be available at the event.
  • Approximately 80 employers from a variety of industries will be available to answer questions.
  • Attendees will have an opportunity to complete a survey and be entered into a drawing to win prizes


  • Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024
  • Resume workshop in the Battle Ground High School career center from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Industry Fair from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.


  • Battle Ground High School, 300 West Main St., Battle Ground, WA

This year’s Industry Fair is sponsored by Battle Ground Public Schools in partnership with Goodwill Industries of the Columbia-Willamette, Partners in Careers and WorkSource Southwest Washington

Join us for an educational evening at Battle Ground High School to learn about the many career opportunities in our region.