St. Johnsbury Academy
The academy is a comprehensive independent secondary school serving a wide range of students. It also serves as the area technical school. Since the academy serves both as a day and boarding school, it provides students with a rich experience academically, culturally, and athletically. During the summer, the AP Institute brings in approximately 500 students from around the country. 1000 Main St., St. Johnsbury, VT, 748-8171,www.stjohnsburyacademy.org.
LI is an independent, coeducational day and boarding school, enrolling students in grades 9-12, with courses in college preparatory, business and technical education, as well as a strong arts program. LI offers over 130 courses at four levels, Division II athletics and 20 extracurricular organizations, providing opportunities in the arts, scholastics and leadership. College Rd., Lyndonville, VT, 626-3357, www.lyndoninstitute.org.
Danville School was founded in 1870 with a staff of two. Today it has a faculty and support staff of 100 and approximately 365 students in grades PK-12. Students are offered a variety of courses and extracurricular activities as well as the latest technology. Music, sports, and extracurricular successes of the school are part of the DHS tradition. 148 Peacham Rd., VT 05828, 684-2292, www.danvillek12vt.us
This K-12 school serves the people of Canaan and surrounding areas. 99 School Street, Canaan, VT 05903, 266-3380, www.canaanschools.org.
The mission of the K-12 Cabot School is to provide all community residents, both students and adults, with the skills and knowledge necessary for them to become and remain informed, productive, self-sufficient, responsible citizens who will contribute to their communities and who possess the self-esteem and motivation to continue learning throughout their lives. 25 Common Road, Cabot, VT, 05647, 563-2289.
Blue Mountain Union School
The PK-12 school serves the communities of Groton, Ryegate, and Wells River. Enrollment hovers around 450 students. 2420 Rt. 302 (just off Exit 17 of I-91), Wells River, 757-2766,www.bmuschool.org.
North Country Union High School
North Country Union High School and the community provide a secure educational environment in which all students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, pursue academic and career excellence and become citizens who respect diversity, value lifelong learning and make healthy choices. PO Box 726, 209 Veterans Avenue, Newport, VT, 05855, 334-7921, http://ncuhs.ncsuvt.org
Hazen Union School
Hazen exists so that students in Hardwick, Walden, Greensboro and Stannard are empowered with the knowledge and skills needed to achieve their full potential and become successsful locally and globally, 126 Hazen Union Drive, Hardwick, VT, 472-6511.
Lake Region Union High School
Lake Region is a community of dynamic learners who create an inclusive environment characterized by safety and respect. Lake Region offers a comprehensive curriculum grounded in the skills necessary for academic achievement, and teachers use diverse strategies to engage all students in learning. Students have the opportunity to develop intellectually, socially and personally through academic and extracurricular activities. Lake Region students come from Barton and surrounding towns like Westmore, Glover, Albany, Irasburg and Brownington. 317 Lake Region Road, Orleans, VT, 754-6462.
East Burke School
A not-for-profit independent school for curious students in grades 8-12. Located near the Kingdom Trails network, Passumpsic River, and Burke Mountain. The mission of EBS is to embrace learning as a natural process of human growth by teaching the critical skills that will prepare students to be innovative, creative, and responsible in our global community. 611 Route 114, East Burke, VT, 626-8317, www.burkevermont.org/east-burke-school.php