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Our Teachers

All VTVLC teachers are Vermont licensed educators who also hold the Online Teaching Specialist Endorsement (OTS).

Evan has been very happy with these courses, the mode of learning, and the help and enthusiasm of the teachers. All of the instructors at VTVLC have been very helpful throughout the course. They have provided him with great feedback, and all have immediately responded whenever he’s had any questions.”

Peter K., Burlington

Parent of a VTVLC Student


Licensed and OTS endorsed teachers throughout the state of Vermont facilitate VTVLC courses.

Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Spotlight: Harold Vance

Harold Vance currently teaches middle school English language arts for the VTVLC full-time K-8 program. Before that, Vance was a Flexible Pathways Coordinator at BFA Fairfax, where he supported students in a variety of learning opportunities including social/emotional learning, online options, Work-Based Learning, and more.

Teacher Spotlight: Lauren Kelley

Teacher Spotlight Lauren Kelley currently teaches all core courses for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade full-time at VTVLC, but a couple of years ago, Kelley was working with VTVLC through the Collaborative School Option (CSO), a VTVLC program that allowed...

Teacher Spotlight: Geoff Glaspie

Prior to this school year, Geoff Glaspie was serving as an Algebra and Geometry teacher at Champlain Valley Union High School. But, when his principal asked for volunteers to teach in the Collaborative School Option (CSO) program, which allowed teachers and students to teach and learn fully online with support from VTVLC, Glaspie seized the opportunity.

Teacher Spotlight: Rebecca Lowe

For the past 15 years, Rebecca Lowe has been teaching online in some form, whether it be a blended course or completely asynchronous. “I got involved in online teaching because​ I see myself as a lifelong learner and I want to model a growth mindset for my students,” Lowe said. “It is essential as a professional educator to keep up with the changes and developments in education.”