Partner Schools

NEW! Starting July 1, 2020

Through expanded support from the Vermont Agency of Education, there will be no partner fees for the 2020-2021 school year! This means schools will be able to expand learning opportunities by offering classes to other schools with reciprocated classes for their students from across the state.

There are two levels of partnership: Teaching Partner School and Non-Teaching Partner School (see below for definitions).

 Any other pro­grams where stu­dents may incur costs, the fees will be dis­counted for these Part­ner Schools (For example: On Demand and PASS).

2021-2022 Teaching Partner Schools

Teaching Part­ner Schools are Ver­mont schools that pro­vide at least one Ver­mont licensed educator to facil­i­tate a VTVLC online course as part of their daily teaching schedule.

Stu­dents who attend a Teaching Part­ner School are eli­gi­ble to enroll in VTVLC courses at no cost to the school or student (up to the allotted amount).

The school will receive a specific number of traditional enrollment and on-demand enrollment seats based on the level of teaching partnerhip.

Please note: The following statuses are based on 2021-2022 agreements that have been received.  This is subject to change.  School administrators wishing to update the status of their school should contact Kelsey Christensen – kchristensen@vtvlc.org.

Last updated 4/19/2021

  • Bellows Falls UHS
  • Blue Mountain US
  • Burlington HS
  • Central Vermont Career Center
  • Champlain Valley Union HS
  • Enosburg Falls M/HS
  • Essex HS
  • Green Mountain UHS
  • Harwood Union M/HS
  • Hazen US
  • Lake Region UHS
  • Leland and Gray
  • Lyndon Institute
  • Mount Mansfield UHS
  • Otter Valley UHS
  • Oxbow UHS
  • Peoples Academy
  • South Burlington HS
  • Springfield HS
  • Stowe M/H School
  • Twinfield Union School
  • U-32
  • Vergennes UHS
  • Winooski HS

    2021-2022 Non-Teaching Partner Schools

    Non-Teaching Partner Schools are Vermont public schools that do not provide a licensed educator to facilitate a VTVLC online course.

    Stu­dents who attend a Teaching Part­ner School are eli­gi­ble to enroll in VTVLC courses at no cost to the school or student (up to the allotted amount).

    Non-Teaching Partner Schools will receive 10 Traditional Enrollments to use during the fall and spring semester.

    Please note: The following statuses are based on 2021-2022 agreements that have been received.  This is subject to change.  School administrators wishing to update the status of their school should contact Kelsey Christensen at kchristensen@vtvlc.org.

    Last updated 4/19/2021

    • Arlington Memorial HS
    • Bellows Free Academy
    • Burlington Technical Center
    • Canaan Schools
    • Cabot School
    • Coventry Village School
    • Craftsbury Schools
    • Danville School
    • Mill River Union HS
    • Missisquoi Valley UM/HS
    • Montpelier HS
    • Montpelier/Roxbury K-8
    • Mount Anthony UMS
    • North Country UHS
    • Northfield M & HS
    • Randolph Technical Career Center
    • Randolph Union MS/HS
    • Richford HS
    • Roxbury Village School
    • Union Elementary School
    • Vermont Adult Learning
    • Woodstock UHS & MS

    If you are a Vermont educator or administrator and would like to learn more about getting involved with VTVLC, visit the Partner with VTVLC page.

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