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Veritas Prep Charter School

Veritas Prep ESSER Funding Implementation Plan

Read more about Veritas Prep's plan for recovery and equity-focused learning opportunities utilizing Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds.

COVID Reporting Form

Veritas Families (Springfield only): Need to report a positive COVID case or close contact? Please use this form!

Familias de Veritas (solo Springfield): ¿Necesita informar un caso positivo de COVID o contacto cercano? ¡Utilice este formulario en línea!


Springfield is home to our flagship school, Veritas Prep Charter School (VPCS), which was launched in 2012. Since its founding, VPCS has continued to provide a rigorous education that fosters scholars' social-emotional and academic success. VPCS students graduate ready for high school, on a path to college or career, and poised to achieve amazing things!

Why choose Veritas Prep?
Hear from our students and families!

Enrollment FAQs at VPCS

The enrollment application for 23-24 is now open for grades 5-10!


The enrollment application for the 23-24 school year is now open for grades 5-10! Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on February 24, 2023, and the lottery will take place on March 3, 2023. To apply for the 23-24 school year, please use the link below to fill out an application through PowerSchool.

Apply (English)

Aplicar (Español)


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VPCS Resources

22-23 School Calendar

See below for our updated 22-23 school calendar.

22-23 VPCS Middle School Calendar

22-23 Updated Uniform Policy

Daily Uniform Policy: All Veritas Viper Apparel 

  • Students can wear any solid color pants (no jeans) and a Veritas top (must have a logo). 
  • Students must wear Veritas approved or provided apparel for a top. This can be t-shirts, sweatpants, sweatshirts, etc. 
  • Veritas Viper apparel will come in many different colors, designs and styles. Students can design and suggest different clothing options. 
  • Students can wear choice shoes as long as they follow the following guidelines: Shoes must have a closed toe and a back. Students are not allowed to wear crocs, slides, slippers, etc. for safety reasons. 
  • Students are not allowed to wear hoods at any time to ensure appropriate classroom engagement. (Students can wear hoodies as long as the hood is down during the school day). 
  • Students are allowed to wear hats that do not cover the ears. 

General Dress Code: Applies to both uniform and dress down days. 

  • Students must wear clothing including both a shirt with pants, shorts or skirt and shoes. 
  • When the body is standing straight, clothing must cover the chest, back, torso, stomach, and lower extremities from armpit to armpit to mid-thigh. Tops must have a strap and at no time may any part of a student’s buttox be exposed. 
  • Clothing must cover all undergarments. No underwear or undergarments may be visible at any time. Clothing may not be see-through or skin tight. 
  • Clothing must be suitable for all scheduled classroom activities. Crocs and hoods are not permitted at any time. Hats that do not cover the ears are permitted. 

Additional Information: 

  • Scholars may not wear clothing with logos, unless it is the Veritas logo.
  • Scholars may wear shirts tucked or untucked.
  • Scholars may not alter their clothing in any way (e.g. writing, cutting, etc.)
  • Scholars may not wear accessories that are unprofessional, distracting or potentially unsafe. Any clothing or accessory that might disrupt learning or that does not conform to standards of health, safety and cleanliness is not allowed.
  • Chains and necklaces may need to be removed during Fitness class.

Jumprope Parent Portal/Portal para padres de Jumprope




Anti-Racism Resources for Students & Family

A Letter from the Executive Director


School Calendar

Family Engagement

22-23 Family Handbook (English)

22-23 Family Handbook (Spanish)

Parent Portal To Access Grades

Parental Notification Regarding English Language Education

Parental Notification Regarding Spanish Language Education

Bullying Form

Report Bullying Form

English Language

English Language Learners Notice of Rights

SBIRT Protocol

SBIRT Protocol

Special Education

Special Education Notice of Rights

Parent Notice of Procedural Safeguards

Aviso de las Salvaguardias del Procedimiento para los padres

Massachusetts DESE Report Cards

2017 DESE Complete Report Card

2018 DESE Report Card Overview

2019 DESE Report Card Overview

2020 DESE Report Card

2021 DESE Report Card

DESE Annual Report

2019-20 DESE Annual Report

2020-21 DESE Annual Report

2021-22 DESE Annual Report

Kimberly Ravizza- School Nurse

Meet Director of Nursing and Health Services Kim Ravizza!

Kimberly Ravizza is the Director of Nursing and Health Services at Veritas Preparatory Charter School. She holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing from the Pace University. Prior to joining the school health setting full time at Veritas Prep in 2016, she practiced for eighteen years at Baystate Medical Center. Nurse Kim is proud to be a part of your child’s education. She beliefs that success in school is directly related to good health and emotional well-being of each student. She proudly supports the Veritas mission by encouraging each of our scholars form scholarly habits that will prepare them to compete, achieve, and succeed in high school, college, and beyond.

22-23 Required Health Forms

Please read the letter from our Director of Nursing and Health Services, Kim Ravizza, regarding health forms and other requirments for the 22-23 school year.

Letter from Nurse Kim
Health History Form
Standard Medication Order Form

COVID Reporting Form

Veritas Families (Springfield only): Need to report a positive COVID case or close contact? Please use this form!

Familias de Veritas (solo Springfield): ¿Necesita informar un caso positivo de COVID o contacto cercano? ¡Utilice este formulario en línea!
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