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St. Louis Public




Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation

Mission Statement:
VICC is committed to building relationships, promoting diversity and 
providing choice while enriching lives through quality educational experiences.

Future Plans for the
Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation (VICC)

At its November 18, 2016 meeting, the VICC governing board voted to wind down the program following the 2018-2019 school year.  New students may continue to enroll through 2024 and once enrolled, students may continue in the program through high school graduation if they wish.  Students who are currently enrolled may also continue attending their school through graduation.

This website contains additional information and resources for interested families.  Please click on any of the links below or contact us directly at (314) 721-8422.

-- News Release
-- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
-- History of the VICC Program

Welcome to the VICC

Providing public school choice for the St. Louis metropolitan area since 1981.

The VICC oversees the implementation of the metropolitan area desegregation program, with responsibilities for facilitating transfers of city students to suburban school districts and suburban students to city magnet schools.

Currently about 4,000 city students are transferring to participating suburban school districts and about 150 county students are transferring to magnet schools in the city.

As you browse these pages, you will find more detailed information about the public school choices available in the metropolitan St. Louis area.  We welcome your comments and questions.

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City Residents Currently Enrolled in County Schools                                    

County Residents Currently Enrolled in City Magnet Schools

Board Policies

Contact Us

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Frequently Asked Questions About VICC

Historical Background

Newsletters and Reports

VICC 101  

VICC Board Meeting Highlights


If you share VICC's commitment to school integration, take some time to explore the National Coalition on School Diversity's website!

Bridging cultures and communities