VTVLC is a collaborative effort of Vermont public schools providing course and programs to Vermont students. We are a curriculum provider, not a diploma granting institution. All of our courses are fully on-line, and accredited by the Vermont partner schools that offer the courses. Our courses meet or exceed national standards.
No. VTVLC is not a diploma granting institution.
Vermont Residents: VTVLC is FREE to Vermont students that attend partner schools.
Students that attend all other Vermont schools and out of state Students are subject to a tuition charge to their home school. Please see your school counselor if you would like to enroll in VTVLC online courses.
All of our courses are taught by a State Certified Instructor certified in their fields. Teachers communicate with students on a regular basis by phone, email and online discussions.
No. Students wishing to take a VTVLC course must have access to their own computer via school library, home, friend’s house, or local library. Review the hardware requirements for students.
All course materials are provided online. Should a particular course need any special text or material, your school will provide it.
Public/Private School Students: Please visit your local school counselor for academic advice as to your academic needs.
Almost all of our courses may be taken for Regular or Honors credit. You will register for the regular courses, then inform your teacher once placed in the regular version of your desire to work for honors credit.
Public / Private Students: Please make sure your school counselor is aware of your choice prior to notifying your VTVLC instructor.
Courses are 16-18 weeks per half credit. We do not offer reduced content. All courses provide the entire spectrum of components required by Vermont.
Currently, VTVLC classes follow the traditional school calendar at most Vermont schools. However, we will be offering VTVLC Flex courses in the near future that will allow students to work at their own pace while still having the benefit of teacher support.
Our current VTVLC courses begin in conjunction with the Fall and Spring semesters.
VTVLC has no limit as to the number of courses a student can take. Students may take as many or as few courses as they wish. Each Partner School will be able to assist their students with enrollment and make recommendations based on course availability. Please talk with your guidance counselor to find out more.
Official final grade reports are sent out electronically to the school of record immediately upon completing a course or semester of a course. (Exception: Advanced Placement credits are issued upon verification of AP exam participation at the end of each exam cycle in May.)
What makes a transcript official is when it’s sent sealed and/or directly to the school or entity. They have to be the ones to open it. As soon as our instructors complete the student grading and issue a final grade, a document is automatically sent to your official documents file to process. Students can print Unofficial Transcripts via their VTVLC account.
Questions about Requesting VTVLC Courses for Vermont Students
First you will need to create an account during the application process with your guidance counselor.
We will notify your guidance counselor once your enrollment has been completed and approved.
Please make sure the email address you entered during the admissions process is always up to date, as VTVLC will send important emails to this address.