Viera High School is a public high school located in Viera, Florida, United States. It is part of the Brevard County School District.
Viera High School was established in 2006 and was the fifteenth high school in the district and the first of the 21st Century Classroom schools in the county.
The school is located on a 50-acre campus with a student capacity of 2,338. The estimated budget for the school is $44,000,000.
As of the 2018-19 school year, Viera High School had an enrollment of 2,157 students in grades 9-12.
Viera High School fosters excellence in academics and opportunities for all students to ensure that students graduate from Viera High School prepared for college and careers.
The school offers a wide range of academic programs, including Advanced Placement (AP) courses, dual enrollment, and career and technical education programs.
The current principal of Viera High School is Sarah Robinson while the school’s mascot is the Hawk.
Biera High School has been recognized as one of the best high schools in Florida by US News & World Report.
Additionally, a Viera High School senior won a state award for an essay competition.
Viera High School video
Viera High School’s football team has been suspended indefinitely after a video surfaced on social media of members of the team simulating l*wd acts with each other, leading to an investigation by both the school and Brevard Public Schools.
The video went viral, prompting Brevard County School District Superintendent Mark Rendell to suspend all football activities and remove Viera High varsity head coach Shane Staples from his duties.
The suspension comes in response to the video, which was posted on social media by one of the team’s members.
Rendell said that the school has launched an investigation, with the assistance of district security and local law enforcement, into the incident.
All Viera High football team activities have been suspended and the head coach has been removed.
All football players at Viera High will now be required to complete a “hazing educational program” before they can return to the football program.
The school principal confirmed the incident in an email sent to the Hawk Nation, which consists of parents and guardians of the 2,216-student school.
The students involved in the video were visibly wearing Hawk Nation training gear, shirts and helmets.