Congratulations! Welcome to the Wildcat Community.
On this page, you will find videos featuring faculty and students, information and registration for upcoming admissions events, FAQs, and how to enroll! Check back frequently!
Say "Yes!" by logging into MyVA to sign your enrollment contract and pay your deposit to secure your spot!

Log in to Vermont Academy's MyVA parent portal to view the enrollment contract. Please note that all parents will need to log in under their individual accounts to sign the enrollment contract.

To secure enrollment, we will need a signed enrollment contract and a non-refundable deposit received by April 10.

Below are instructions on how parents can view the contract:
1. Once your child is accepted to Vermont Academy you will receive an email inviting you to create your MyVA ID.
2. Click on the "Accept Invite" button.
3. Follow the instructions to create your MyVA ID. 
4. Towards the top of the page will be a yellow bar that has the words “you have (1) contract to view and accept”, click the bar. 
5. The next page displays the contract. Click review and go through the steps. 

Repeat process for a second parent (if applicable).
If you have trouble creating your MyVA ID, contact our IT Department at:
Welcome New VA Families!
Once your student has officially enrolled with Vermont Academy, you will have access to new student forms. Throughout the summer, new families will receive communication leading up to the start of school.

Families, please log in to MyVA (MySchoolApp) Parent Account and select the Resources tab to complete all forms and access resources.

Stay tuned for 2023-2024 new student forms and information.
Please do not hesitate to let us know if we can be of assistance to you. Should you have questions about Vermont Academy, please feel free to contact the Admissions Office at 802.869.6229.

Nora Dock
Director of Admissions
O: 802.869.6258

Cait Wilkins
Associate Director of Admissions, Operations
O: 802.869.6229

Brian Allen
Assistant Director of Admissions
Varsity Head Boys' Hockey Coach
O: 802.869.6613

Maddie Paydos
Assistant Director of Admissions
Co-Head Girls' Varsity Hockey Coach
O: 802.869.6651

The Student-Athlete Experience at VA

Our Boys’ Prep Basketball Coach and College Counselor, John Zall, speaks to the student-athlete experience at Vermont Academy and how our college prep environment helps prepare our students to navigate both athletic and academic success in college.

History and Traditions at Vermont Academy
As a new student to Vermont Academy, Amalia '22 talks about how wonderful it's been to learn about VA's history and participate in all of the campus traditions!

In February, Amalia experienced her first Winter Carnival, an event she had been excited to experience all year! It far exceeded her expectations and quickly became her favorite tradition at VA!

Visual Art Offerings at Vermont Academy
Lisa McNealus '79, Visual Arts Chair and Fine Arts Teacher, speaks to the visual and fine arts curriculum at Vermont Academy. From painting, collage, pottery, digital arts, and advanced studio arts, our students experience a myriad of opportunities during their time at VA. Our talented arts faculty members provide a wide range of fields of study and discipline, and it is their hope that each student will embrace the arts as a lifelong interest.

Performing Arts at Vermont Academy
Steve Cady, Music Programs and Performing Arts Chair, speaks to VA's performing arts, vocal, and music programming on campus. Students participate in classes, ensembles, lessons, jam sessions, instrument building, and recording projects with their peers and instructors. The presence of musicians at Vermont Academy is strong, and their performances are met with acclaim from their friends and families.

Advice to an Incoming Boarding Student
Cam '22, a boarding student from Bradford, VT, gives an insider perspective about our residential community, the benefits of having a roommate, and his recommendations for an incoming boarding student. Cam resides in the largest dorm on campus, Alumni Hall, which is home to 55+ boys.

Meet Hunter '22
This interview is one in a series spotlighting Vermont Academy students, their academic and extracurricular pursuits, what makes VA the place they chose to be, and what it means to live and learn at Vermont Academy.

Meet Ms. Lanterman
This interview is one in a series spotlighting Vermont Academy educators; their unique and innovative classroom approaches; what makes their classrooms successful and what challenges them; and what it means to live and teach at Vermont Academy.