Partner Schools

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

 

Partner with VTVLC

2022-2023 Teaching Partners

Teaching Part­ners are Ver­mont school districts 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 school in a Teaching Part­ner district are eli­gi­ble to enroll in VTVLC courses at no cost to the school or student (up to the allotted amount). The district will receive a specific number of traditional enrollment and on-demand enrollment seats based on the level of teaching partnership.

For any other pro­grams where stu­dents may incur costs (e.g. on-demand and PASS) the fees will be dis­counted for Teaching Part­ner Schools.

Please note: The following statuses are based on 2022-2023 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 03/04/2022

  • Addison Northwest School District
  • Caledonia Central Supervisory Union
  • Lamoille South Supervisory Union
  • Lyndon Institute
  • Mt. Mansfield Unified Union School District
  • Orange East Supervisory Union
  • Orleans Central Supervisory Union
  • Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union
  • Springfield School District
  • Washington Central Unified Union Supervisory Union
  • White River Valley Supervisory Union
  • South Burlington School District
  • Southwest Vermont Regional Technical School District
  • Barre Unified Union School District
  • Harwood Union Unified District
  • Orleans Southeast Supervisory Union
  • Two Rivers Supervisory Union
  • Windham Northeast Supervisory Union

    2022-2023 Non-Teaching Partners

    Non-Teaching Partners are Vermont public school districts that do not provide a licensed educator to facilitate a VTVLC online course.

    Stu­dents who attend a school in a Non-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 2022-2023 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 03/04/2022

    • Burr and Burton Academy
    • Central Vermont Supervisory Union
    • Cold Hollow Career Center
    • Essex North Supervisory Union
    • Franklin West Supervisory Union
    • Hartford Area Career and Technology Center
    • Lamoille North Unified Supervisory Union
    • Missisquoi Valley Union School District
    • Montpelier Roxbury School District
    • Orange East Supervisory Union
    • Orange Southwest Supervisory Union
    • Slate Valley Unified School District
    • Windham Central Supervisory Union
    • Windsor Central Supervisory Union
    • Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union
    • Barre Unified Union School District
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