Viera High School
|Viera High School|
United States 32940
|Motto||To Serve Every Student with Excellence as the Standard|
|Color(s)||Green, Gold, White|
|Information gathered from the 2012-13 Accountability Reports|
It was the fifteenth high school in the district and the first of the 21st Century Classroom schools in the county. The school opened on September 8, 2006, with a student body of 961 and 64 faculty and staff. In 2010 the student body had grown to 2,100 students and over 150 faculty and staff. In the 2011-2012 school year, the student body had grown to at least 3,000 or more, and over 170 faculty and staff. About a third of the teachers have no dedicated classroom, and instead move from room to room throughout the day.
The school is located on a 50 acres (20 ha) campus with a student capacity of 2,338. The estimated budget for the project is $46,000,000. H. J. High Construction Company was contracted to design and build the facility.
In 2011, students averaged a score of 71 on the advanced-placement examinations, among the highest in the region.
The school fields teams in 18 different sports including football, baseball, cross country and volleyball.
The girls won the school's first 4A state championship in soccer in 2013-5.
The school offers students the following activities:
- H.J. High
- Viera High School
- McCallum, Brian (February 8, 2015). "Viera cruises to Class 4A title". Florida Today (Melbourne, Florida). pp. 1C. Retrieved February 8, 2015.