Trimester Programs

Vermont Academy's Global Vision

  • All students should have the opportunity to benefit from a global education
  • Students will gain a global understanding of history and economics, art and language, and culture and traditions 
  • A rich global experience better prepares students for college and international business
  • Through firsthand social awareness, students become leaders for change

International Trimester Study

Students benefit by:
  • Earning credit for Vermont Academy classes while studying a locally influenced curriculum designed by Vermont Academy faculty
  • Living with host families and benefiting from language and cultural immersion
  • Taking field trips to famous cultural sites and enjoying native history, art, and cuisine 

Apply a global perspective to your VA education.


List of 6 members.

  • Ms. Liz Jackson 

    Director of Global Programs/Director and Founder of Gogi Abroad
    Lesley University - M.Ed
    University or Oregon and Lesley University
  • Ms. Cynthia Murphy 

    English Faculty / International and Diversity Coordinator
    Bennington College - BA
    University of New Hampshire - MST
  • Ms. Christy Catsos 

    History and Learning Skills Faculty / Coordinator of the International Resource Center
    College of the Holy Cross - BA
    Providence College - MEd
  • Mrs. Tammy Clark 

    Registrar, Primary Designated School Official (SEVIS)
    (802) 869-6265
    Champlain College
  • Ms. Christine Armiger 

    Director of Environmental Programs & Sustainability / Science Faculty
    (802) 869-6682
    University of Montana - BS
    Antioch University New England - MS
  • Mr. Russell Mayhew 

    Math Department Chair
    (802) 869 1481
    Indiana University - BA
    Northwestern University - MSEd

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.