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Mission & Vision

About Us

RBV is a collaborative learning community that inspires students to develop intellectual abilities and individual passions as they discover their purpose. 

Our vision is to exemplify inspiration, discovery, and achievement.

Information

Check out our most frequently visited links below. 

About Us

Learn more about RBV. Meet our administrators and find information about our programs.

Bell Schedule

Click "Find Out More" for RBV bell schedules, including pep rallies and finals.

Employment

Vista Unified is proud to be the largest employer in Vista, California. Do you share our values of Respect, Trust, Collaboration, Equity and Kindness? Join our team and apply on EdJoin!

Rancho Roundup

The principal's weekly newsletter is the place to find the most current information for parents and students.

Child Nutrition Services and Menus

Child Nutrition Services  (CNS) is powered by our remarkable Wavecrest Cafe! Check out their website for menus and more!

Parent Portal

Parent Portal is an important place to connect with your student's school. Update emergency contacts, monitor your student's grades, and view your student's schedule. 

RBV Webstore

Click below to purchase ASB cards, yearbooks, dance tickets, and more.

Enrollment and Transfers

Click here for enrollment information, transfers, magnet applications, and more!

Psst World
(Report A Safety Concern)

"Psst World Report It!" is a secure, anonymous, and confidential safety tip line. Reports made will be forwarded to the proper adult to help resolve the situation.

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VUSD at a Glance

29

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Schools

20,634

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Students

$5 Million +

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Scholarships Awarded Annually

2,003

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Teachers & Staff

100%

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Committed to Student Success

News & Events

Student Support

We have many ways to support students on campus. Please reach out to a counselor for more information.

One new partner is The Tariq Khamisa Foundation. The Tariq Khamisa Foundation (TKF) was established in 1995 after Tariq Khamisa, a 20 year old college student was killed by Tony Hicks, a 14 year old gang member. Tony became the first child in California under the age of 16 to be convicted as an adult. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Believing there were “victims on both ends of the gun”, Tariq’s father Azim Khamisa reached out in forgiveness to Tony’s grandfather, Ples Felix to begin the process of healing; together they established TKF. Here is a Ted Talk on their work.