Stowe participates in a School Choice agreeement with 17 other schools in the Winooski Valley Region Public School Choice Program. In this program students may apply to go, at no cost, to a high school other than the one in their own school district. Students are chosen by lottery one time per year in April from all the applicants from each school district based on the number of open slots. Parents/guardians are responsible for their own transportation.
This program provides intensive, hands-on educational opportunities to highly motivated high school students on Vermont college campuses during the summer. Institutes are available in the Arts, Asian Cultures, Current Issues & Youth Activism, Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematical Sciences and Science & Technology. Click here for more information.
GMTCC offers a variety of programs where students may obtain technical training during their junior and senior years of high school. Many programs have Articulation Agreements with licensing agencies, colleges and technical schools. Depending on the agreement, some courses taken at GMTCC will apply to college programs. GMTCC programs are listed in the Stowe Program of Studies. Click here for more information.
The Community Based Learning Internship Program places students in local businesses and allows them to earn high school credit. This experiential learning opportunity exposes students to the real world of business and possible career directions while they work, contributing postively to local businesses. This is a win-win program that benefits the entire Stowe community.
This program provides high school students the opportunity to be positive role models and provide academic support for middle school students.
Information on summer learning programs, including Berklee College of Music, Concordia Language Program, Harvard, National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), School of International Living and many more, is available on our Summer Learning Page.
Stowe High School has access to credit-bearing online courses through VTVLC. These courses are free to students. Click here for more information.