Welcome, Home Study Families!

Thank you for stop­ping in and con­sid­er­ing VTVLC as an option to sup­port your edu­ca­tion. We under­stand that every family’s edu­ca­tional needs are unique, and that you have choices in how and when you learn. Online learn­ing can pro­vide you the flex­i­bil­ity you need to enjoy hob­bies, trav­el­ing, and other ben­e­fits unique to home study households.

Every family in Vermont has the right to home study. 

Home Study and Home Schooling mean the same thing; the family is responsible for educating the students. 

All home study students can request up to two classes at their local school per semester, which may include VTVLC courses, and retain their home study status. Learn more about VT Home Study from the VT AOE.

If you are a home study family outside the state of Vermont, we are happy to support your home study program. Teacher Facilitated and Parent Facilitated options below are applicable. However, your local school support may vary from state to state. We encourage you to contact your state’s Department of Education for clarification.

VTVLC offers a variety of options for home study families for online coursework. You can ‘mix and match’ different types of enrollment to meet the specific needs of your family.

NEW!
Full-Time Online Diploma Program

Registration Info

For Teacher Facilitated

  1. Com­plete Act 77 Flexible Pathways Enrollment Form (For Vermont residents only)
  2. (School supported only) Sub­mit form to the local school your child would attend if he/she attended pub­lic school & return form to VTVLC
  3. Submit the form to lgagner@vtvlc.org

Act 77 Flexible Pathways Enrollment Form

For Parent Facilitated

  1. View our list of course offerings
  2. Complete the Parent Facilitated Inquiry form 
  3. Watch for a proposal from VTVLC

Benefits

  • Taught by VT licensed teachers who also hold the Online Teaching Specialist Endorsement
  • Flexibility: access your course anytime, anywhere
  • No Snow Days
  • Weekly Work Schedules
  • No Inservice Days

Cost

  • School Supported: $0
  • Self pay:
  • K-6 Full Time Cost (4 core courses): $1,800 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .4): $1,080 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .2): $1,350 per semester7-12 Full
  • K-6 Full Time Cost (5 core courses): $2,550 per semester
    K-6 Full Time Cost (If school covers .4): $1,350 per semester
    K-6 Full Time Cost (If school covers .2): $1,800 per semester
  • 7-12 Full Time Cost (4 core courses): $1,800 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .4): $1,080 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .2): $1,350 per semester7-12 Full Time Cost (5 core courses): $2,550 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .4): $1,350 per semester
    7-12 Full Time Cost (If school covers .2): $1,800 per semester
  • Self pay (parent facilitated) – $180 / credit

Enrollment Dates

Cost to Families

Amount of Time: 

3-5 hours per course, per week

Number of Assignments: 

Approximately 2-6 per course, per week

Learning Activities: Computer Based 

Completing lesson modules, discussions with classmates, reading, listening to audio clips, watching videos

Learning Activities:
Hands-On

Discussion based assessments with course instructor, summative assessments, formative assessments

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