For Grades K-12

The primary, intermediate, junior high, and high school grades are important years in a child's development.  In addition to physical growth, a child's vision may also change.

Healthy eyes and good vision are essential for every student's success.


What every K-12 school needs

The Vision First student report form should be included in every student's registration packet.  A completed Vision First report will assist a child's teacher in providing an excellent educational program. 


Ensure best vision for better learning

Since academic learning is estimated to be 80% visual, comprehensive eye and vision examinations by an eye doctor should be encouraged every year.  Eye and vision problems are best detected and treated early.

Vision screening is not a substitute for an eye examination.




“There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child.  There are seven million.”

Walt Streightiff

Ensure a child's best vision for learning in school.  Use the "Student Comprehensive Eye and Vision Examination Report."