Victor Junior High School provides an educational setting that focuses on the successful transition of students through the cognitive, social, physical and emotional changes that occur during adolescent years. An experienced, caring teaching and support staff of more than 70 members offers a comfortable, safe environment designed to allow independent growth while providing the guidance and support necessary for high levels of student achievement for the school's more than 600 students.
Victor Junior High School has been named a High Performing Middle School by the New York State Department of Education and was identified by the state as a "School to Watch." Schools identified as schools to watch are academically excellent, responsive to the developmental challenges of young adolescents and socially equitable, with high expectations for all students.
School Immunization information:
Children attending pre-K through 12th grade in New York State must receive all required doses of vaccines on the recommended schedule in order to attend or remain in school. September 19, 2023 is the last day students can attend school if they do not have the required immunizations.
Within 14 days of the first day of school parents must:
Show proof of their child's up-to-date vaccinations
Provide a valid medical exemption from vaccination
Physical Exam information:
New York State law requires that each child in a school district have a health examination including body mass index before entering school for the first time, and again in grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. Students wishing to play interscholastic sports or requesting work permits must have an annual health exam.
OTC (over the counter) Medication information:
All OTC (over the counter) medications must have a healthcare provider order and written parent/guardian consent in order to be administered or taken at school. Any OTC form will be acceptable with parent consent and a physician order. An OTC form can be found on the school website under health information.