Vickery Creek Middle School is located at 6240 Post Road Cumming, Forsyth County, Georgia 30040, and teaches grades 6-8. Led by Kathy Rohacek, this institution is ranked 5th of all middle schools in Georgia and currently holds a 95.1 on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). This is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students.
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At Vickery Creek Middle, there are plenty of student activities available for all grades. Athletic programs include football, cheer leading, basketball, golf, and track. Other extracurricular activities are chorus, book club, drama club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, fiber arts club, history club, junior beta club, science Olympiad, technology student association, and the young authors club.
“VCMS has a compassionate administration team, caring teachers, wonderful parents, and awesome students just ask our parents and students! Under Principal Rohacek s leadership, VCMS has flourished , and it is consistently rated as one of the top middle schools in the state. To see for yourself, click on the link that follows (http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Assessment/Pages/CRCT-Statewide-Scores.aspx). The school offers a rigorous curriculum as well as an extensive list of extracurricular activities and sports.”
“This is our second year at VCMS. I am extremely impressed with the quality of teachers and the counseling staff. Communication gets an A+. The gifted program is challenging and interesting to my daughter. The assignments allow her to use her creativity to learn. We moved from Gwinnett County to Forsyth Co., what a difference in the instruction and discipline in this school. As all the school systems in GA start to cut cost this next year, I am glad to be out of an already overcrowded county. Forsyth seems to have learned from the mistakes Gwinnett made during the years of rapid growth. Forsyth builds more schools instead of just expanding the ones they have. Although VCMS has about 1000 students it sure beats the 2900 students in the middle school we would have been in if we had stayed in Gwinnett.”
“As a new student coming into this school for the 2014/15 year in 7th grade, I knew it would be quite hard to blend in and make friends. When i first came in to meet my counselor, I felt like it was a close knit school. The counselors are very very kind and the students are very welcoming. Within a week, I had many friends who had similar interests and were in my classes. The teachers are great, especially in on level.”