Victory High School (VHS) opened in September 1995 as a set of alternative education classrooms on the campus of Rocklin High School. Victory is the Alternative Education option for the Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD). In 2000, Victory High School moved to its present and permanent location, across the street from Rocklin High School. Its new campus is called the Rocklin Alternative Education Campus (which includes two separate schools: Victory High School and Rocklin Independent Charter Academy). Victory has received recognition from the State of California both as a Model Continuation School as well as through the WASC accreditation process.
Victory High School is an educational option/continuation school. Victory offers a high school graduation program designed to meet the needs of students who are Juniors and Seniors (aged sixteen and older). Approximately 95% of our students come to our program from the two comprehensive high schools within Rocklin Unified for a variety of reasons. These reasons include: a desire for a smaller school environment or being behind in credits and in need of a credit recovery program, Student population ranges from 75-120 total students throughout the year (with no more than 18 students per class). Victory High School is a variable credit program which uses the Alternative Education model of every 3 hours equaling .25 credits. Students are able to graduate throughout the year once they have reached their 200 credit requirement (as laid out in the student handbook presented to them upon enrollment). Supplemental programs and services include ROP run through Placer County Office of Education, career counseling, concurrent enrollment in community college and work experience.