Education Vermont USA (EDVTUSA) is a group of educational and training organizations in Vermont whose broad purpose is to connect international students with quality education and training in Vermont and to connect Vermont students with quality opportunities for international education and training abroad. EDVTUSA is the only education league in Vermont. It connects Vermont students with overseas study, internship and volunteering. It also aims at linking international education together with the Vermont economy.
EDVTUSA founding president, Dr. James Cross, is also dean of Vermont International Academy (VIA). VIA and EDVTUSA has reached a consensus on deep strategic cooperation. EDVTUSA fully supports VIA overseas education in curriculum research, teacher training, exchange students. Vermont schools like Otter Valley Union High School, Rice Memorial High School, and Burlington High School are VIA's partners. The two sides accept and recognize each other's credits, so VIA students can visit and study in these schools periodically and even transfer to partner schools if desired or necessary.
Champlain Valley Union High School is ranked 5th within Vermont. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Champlain Valley Union High School is approximately 46 percent. The student body makeup is 53 percent male and 47 percent female with a total minority enrollment of 7 percent.
Burlington High School (BHS) prides itself on holding students to high academic and social expectations. It is known for being a welcoming place for students to learn and grow. All who come through their doors are encouraged to be the best they can be and to learn and grow in the framework of BHS graduate expectations:
·Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
·Cross-Cultural Understanding and Civic Engagement
·Curiosity and Creativity
The devoted faculty is known for fostering a caring community while holding students to a high standard of academic performance. BHS believes in the philosophy of restorative practices as a foundation and holds treatment of all with respect as a core value. In addition to core academic courses, BHS offers opportunities for all students to participate and succeed in drama, athletics, academic competitions, music, visual arts and technology. The BHS community is never-endingly busy and a vibrant place for all to feel welcome.
At Otter Valley Union High School, students can take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Otter Valley Union High School is 43 percent. The student body makeup is 54 percent male and 46 percent female and the total minority enrollment is 4 percent.