Greetings from VMT!
We’re in the final phase of our academic year, and we are very excited about our students’ successes, and accomplishments attained this fall semester. Our students excelled not only in the area of academics but, in the visual and performing arts as well. VMT students achieved 100% passing in US History, and our ELA scores were in the 80’s in ELA I and high 70’s in the ELA II state exams. Many of our music students attained regional recognition, and one of our choir students made it to state. Also, an art student was invited to exhibit in New York and the United Nations building. We had great events and activities for the fall semester including the Patriotic Day Remembrance, the Annual Hispanic Fest, the Christmas Concerts, the Christmas recitals, the “Winter Ball,” etc. And, we are looking forward to many more activities in the spring, such as our first Annual Jazz Festival, the VMT Showcase, the Art and Communications Exhibits and the unveiling of the “Tapestry,” Literary Magazine. Also, we are looking forward to our senior students’ recitals and our summer musical, “Little Shop of Horrors.”
We will continue to motivate and inspire our students and hold very high expectations of all students, faculty, and staff. It has been an incredible year so far, and we are looking forward to fulfilling and exceeding our goals by the end of the year. We express our deepest gratitude to our parents, our teaching staff and all the support staff that contribute significantly to our success especially, our auxiliary staff.
For the Betterment of Education.
Dr. Martha E. Villarreal
Vidal M. Treviño School of Communication and Fine Arts