Administrators: Click here to learn how VTVLC can help your school meet its needs during the 2023-2024 school year, additional benefits of VTVLC partnership, and information on how to partner with us for the next school year!

VTVLC Partnership

Vermont districts can partner with VTVLC and earn seats in VTVLC courses for their district to use as they see fit by becoming a Teaching Partner or by becoming a Non-Teaching Partner. 


Please note: The following statuses are based on 2022-2023 agreements that have been received.  These are subject to change.  School administrators wishing to update the status of their school should contact Kelsey Christensen –

Teaching partner Districts

Teaching Part­ner districts are Vermont public school districts that agree to have at least one of their teachers facilitate a course online with VTVLC. For each teacher that teaches one course per semester, the school earns 40 traditional VTVLC seats and 5 on-demand VTVLC seats. Teaching Partners are also entitled to discounts on any programs which may incur costs, such as any seats the district uses beyond what they’ve earned.


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

Non-Teaching partner Districts

All Vermont public schools are eligible to receive 10 no-cost enrollments in traditional VTVLC courses. Non-Teaching Part­ner Districts are Vermont public school districts that do not commit a teacher to facilitate courses for VTVLC, but partner with VTVLC and receive 10 no-cost enrollments in traditional VTVLC courses to use during the fall and spring semesters.


  • Barre Unified Union School District
  • Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union
  • Burr and Burton Academy
  • Champlain Valley School District
  • 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
  • Mill River 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