VCA Groundbreaking Ceremony

Where: 2840 south 10th street
When: Thursday, August 17th, 2023 at 9am

We are thrilled to bring you exciting news from Victory Christian Academy (VCA). Our groundbreaking expansion stands as a profound testament to our unwavering commitment to education, innovation, and the advancement of our Milwaukee community.
Victory Christian Academy will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony on its south side campus.

The ceremony will highlight a specific piece of the 6.8-million-dollar expansion project – its brand new 350 seat flexible performing arts auditorium.

This major community event will offer educational resources for children and families in the greater Milwaukee area and will round out the arts in VCA’s “STEAM” philosophy (an emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).

Founded by Vyon Rogers in 1999, Victory Christian Academy ( VCA) provides quality education for low-income families while emphasizing multiculturalism, community leadership and character development.

The expansion will enhance VCA’s mission for impacting a diverse community by implementing programming centered around traditional family values, faith, building sustainable communities, holistic health, trauma care intervention, job training, agricultural education with hydroponics and soil based farming along with youth mentorship.

This campus is undergoing other renovations to add a second cafeteria and 12 class rooms.

Victory Christian Academy is partnering with respected firms, including Abacus Architects, IFF, Moore Construction, and T&R Investments, who are all crucial to this visionary project.

Jennifer Lasik, Principal of Victory Christian Academy, expressed her anticipation: “This expansion is a significant leap enabling us to serve approximately 400 students while adding valuable programming. It comes simultaneously with the launch of our brand-new virtual education program this September.”

D.L. Rogers, President of the Victory Christian Academy board, shared his thoughts: “This event marks not only the beginning of a construction project but the commencement of our efforts to empower students as catalysts for positive change in their communities.”

VCA is supported by many community partners, including Moore Construction, Abacus Architects, T & R Developments, Demuth and Associates and Beulah Family Homestead.