Excited about school? We are!
"Vermont Commons teaches the student in front of them. It is a perfect place for the student who needs extra challenge, a different approach, or deeper learning. No matter how they go in, VCS students come out engaged learners. In short, VCS helps students find their educational energy and drive. They see everyone's potential and guide students to see the potential in themselves. They are responsive to student needs and parent concerns, and every teacher is happy to be there every day." -- VCS Parent
To The Class of 2021
Head of School Commencement Speech
Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
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Commons Fund 2020-21
At the core of Vermont Commons School is the incredible connection and collaboration between students and faculty, and in these times it is crucial to support members of our community. Contributions to the Commons Fund support programs as well as families who need tuition assistance. Please consider making a gift today in support of the 2020-21 Commons Fund.
Catch up on VCS with this week's News and Notes!
You can always find out what’s going on at Vermont Commons School by reading our Friday magazine, News and Notes. From upcoming events, student features, and announcements to our Head of School blog, it’s all here, in full color!
VCS and the Edward E. Ford Foundation Grant for Refugee Students
For the last three years, Vermont Commons School has been the recipient of a $50,000 grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation. This grant, and $50,000 in matching gifts, has underwritten a program to create access for three Refugee students to attend Vermont Commons School for the four years of high school and then college. “Many Refugee students are recruited to local colleges on athletic scholarships,” says Head of School Dexter Mahaffey, Ph.D. “Often, however, they are not prepared for the rigors of college academics and end up dropping out. College preparation is what we do here at Vermont Commons School. We joke that our sport of choice, so to speak, is Varsity Academics.”