Vero Beach High School, home of the Fighting Indians, has a rich tradition of excellence in academic, career-technical, extra-curricular, and arts programs. Founded in 1925, The campus of VBHS encompasses approximately 77 acres, which includes the Freshman Learning Center and main campus areas. The combination of school enrollment and the size of the physical plant make VBHS the largest high school in Indian River County.
The mission of the Indian River Charter High School is to give its students the opportunity to develop a new set of competencies and foundational skills that will help them enjoy a productive, full, and satisfying life. This school will be a high performance organization.
Sebastian River High School, home of the Sharks, first opened its doors to a 'New Tradition' in August 1994. Since then, the campus has grown to include first rate educational and athletic facilities. Sebastian River is an IB Program school.