Dates to Remember

February 1: Application and financial aid deadline*
March 10: Admissions decisions sent to students and families
April 10: Enrollment contract and deposit due

*After February 1, applications
will be accepted on a rolling basis if space allows.

Testing & Financial Aid Codes

SSAT - 7936
SSS for Financial Aid - 7936
TOEFL - 6892

International Applicants

Vermont Academy is a school community made up of students, faculty, and staff who represent many countries from around the world and many states across the United States of America.  Vermont Academy is authorized by the US federal government to issue I-20 forms and enroll non-immigrant international students.

Through diversity, we ensure richness within Vermont Academy’s community and celebrate that we are part of a global community of many different kinds of people. Vermont Academy’s community values the contributions of all of its members. We recognize that diversity of thought, language, and culture can be a powerful tool to help build empathy and facilitate greater global understanding.
 
No matter where you come from, you are welcome here!
We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis for the fall of 2021.

List of 6 items.

  • Step 1: Submit an Inquiry

    The first step in the application process is to submit an online inquiry form. Once your form is submitted you will receive an electronic viewbook: a close-up of campus life and learning, information about our academic and extracurricular programming, and next steps.

    To receive information about Vermont Academy, please fill out our Inquiry Form Here.
  • Step 2: Take a Campus Tour and Interview

    The best way to learn about Vermont Academy is to visit the campus, tour our grounds and facilities, and interview with our admission counselors.

    If traveling to campus is not an option, we can schedule an interview through Zoom once an application has been submitted.

    An interview is a required step in the admissions process at Vermont Academy.

    To schedule a tour and interview, please contact our admissions office at
    (802) 869-6229 or admissions@vermontacademy.org
  • Step 3: Submit your Application

    Priority applications are due February 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 school year.

    The completed application includes:
    - Candidate profile
    - Student essays
    - Parent statement
    - School report with transcript
    - Official Results from a Standardized Test of English Proficiency
    - Current English teacher recommendation
    - Current math teacher recommendation
    - Personal recommendation (optional)
    - Application fee

    Any students with diagnosed learning differences are asked to submit any educational or social evaluation, IEP, 504, or other materials that apply.

    Vermont Academy offers two application options:
    The Standard Application Online (SAO) (preferred)
    Gateway to Prep Schools Application.

    Start the application HERE! You can come back any time and pick up where you left off.
  • Step 4: Submit Testing

    For applicants who are not native English-speakers and/or have not attended a school where English is the language of instruction during the last three years, Vermont Academy requires secondary language testing.

    We accept:
    - TOEFL (school code 6892)
    - IELTS
    - Duolingo (preferred)

    Optional: If you want to submit test scores to strengthen your application, here's information on the tests we accept and how to submit scores.

    9th & 10thSSAT / ISEE
    11th, 12th & PGPSAT / SAT / ACT

    All test results should be sent directly to admissions@vermontacademy.org.
  • Step 5: Admission Decisions Announced

    Students receive admission decisions on March 10 by email.
  • Step 6: Revisit and Enroll

    Accepted students have the opportunity to revisit Vermont Academy for our spring Revisit Days in March and April.

    We must receive your contract and deposit by April 10, 2022, to secure your spot.

Education for Life - One Student at a Time

Vermont Academy is a coed college preparatory boarding and day school in southern Vermont, serving grades 9-12 plus a postgraduate year.