Education

Diverse College Opportunities

Looking for a Central Vermont college for your children or employees? Going back to school yourself? There are many choices in the Central Vermont region.

Introduction to Colleges & Universities


Public Schools as Different as Region's Towns

The region's 23 towns vary dramatically in size and type. So do the schools they have created to serve their youth. Central Vermont's elementary schools are mostly small rural facilities serving a single town. Most high schools are larger and serve multi-town districts.

Barre City Elementary and Middle School

Barre City Elementary & Middle School

Town elementary schools generally have 100 to 300 students. Most high schools have 400 to 900 students. A kindergarten through sixth grade curriculum is the most common elementary school structure, but there are others as well. More on schools and public education.

The Barre Regional Technical and Vocational Center serves students from high schools throughout Central Vermont. The Center provides a "hands-on" approach to learning.

Central Vermont K-12 School Web Pages

Area schools with available Home Pages:

State of Vermont Department of Education


Additional Area Information:
| Area Events | Attractions | Arts | Recreation | Historic Sites | VT Products | Lodging | Dining | Shopping |

Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce © 1996 - 2011. All rights reserved.
33 Stewart Rd.
/ P.O. Box 336 / Barre, Vermont 05641
WebMaster: (802)-229-4619

GO TO:

Service Directory
CV Home

In conjunction with:

Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission
29 Main Street / Montpelier, Vermont 05602
(802)-229-0389 or cvrpc@cvregion.com