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Student Registration Forms

We’re excited to welcome you to campus for another fun-filled year at Vermont Academy. In between summer activities and shopping for the start of school, please remember there are several forms that must be completed prior to Registration. If you have any questions, please contact our Admissions Office at (802) 869-6229 or admissions@vermontacademy.org.
The documents at the three links below need to be reviewed and/or signed before students arrive on campus. The documents came to us after our enrollment packages (above) were issued, so these are in addition to the forms at the links above. Thank you for reviewing these and returning signed forms to us promptly!

Here are the documents:

1. HIPAA Notification (review)

2. Brattleboro Primary Care Consent to Treat (review, sign and return to VA's Health office)

3. Centogene Consent to Covid-19 Testing (review, sign and return to VA's Health office)

Email completed forms to nurse@vermontacademy.org, fax them to Health Services at 802-869-6608, or mail them to us!

Quick Links

Magnus Health SMR Account: Please login to MySchoolApp to view the Resource Tab. Once there, click on the button titled “Magnus Health Portal.”

ImPACT Testing

Roomate Questionnaire Google Form.

Athletic / Activities Sign-Up Google Form.

Arrival RSVP Form

FAQs

List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. How do I get invited to preseason? / Am I invited to preseason?

    Preseason is for athletes who intend to try out for a varsity team. If you have selected soccer, mountain biking, or cross-country running on your Athletics/Activities sign up form, you can communicate with your coach through mid-July to find out if it would be appropriate for you to attend. Coaches will need to determine who will be attending by mid-July. 

    Please direct questions regarding preseason to the team’s head coach or Director of Athletics, Alexei Sotskov, asotskov@vermontacademy.org.
  • Q. What is the opening of school schedule?

    The opening of school schedule will be published in mid-August. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Dean of Student Life Brian Gilloran at bgilloran@vermontacademy.org.
  • Q. What about technology -- laptop, printer, etc?

    Vermont Academy is a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) school. IT supports mainly Windows-based and Mac-based computers. The IT team often supports Lenovo and HP laptops in the S800+ range, Macbook Airs, and Macbook Pros. They recommend purchasing accidental damage coverage or adding the device to your home insurance in case of damage over the course of the school year. Purchasing Microsoft Office and some kind of malware/virus protection is also highly recommended. During orientation, the IT Department will meet with each student in order to set up their computer with the Vermont Academy network, including access to student email and wireless installation of the school’s printers. Most students do not bring their own printer, as there are printing stations in each academic building on campus. For questions regarding technology on campus, please contact Director of IT Jeff Gaudet at jgaudet@vermontacademy.org.
  • Q. When will I know about my advisor, dorm, roommate etc.?

    You’ll receive these details when you arrive on campus. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Dean of Student Life Brian Gilloran at bgilloran@vermontacademy.org.
  • Q. Where do I buy my textbooks?

    We are currently changing our textbook supplier and will have more information this summer. We will send you an email once we have details.
  • Q. What about cell phone use on campus?

    Cell phones are permitted on campus; however, we expect that phones will not be used in academic buildings during the class day, on Long Walk, or in the dining hall. The most reliable cell phone reception on campus is with Verizon and U.S. Cellular. Please note that some service providers, such as T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint, have limited reception on our campus. Phones with WiFi Calling are very helpful to have on campus.
  • Q. What should students pack? What furniture is provided?

    Student leaders have compiled a comprehensive packing list for new boarding students and day students that are included in your package of forms. The boarding student list includes a general description of what furniture is standard in each dorm room. Please note that some things may vary between dorms.
  • Q. Where do students shop upon arrival to campus?

    Keene, New Hampshire, is about 30 minutes from campus and has the big box stores that are helpful when getting settled into a dorm room. Stores include Target, Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Dicks Sporting Goods, and TJMaxx. The Holyoke Mall is about 60 minutes from campus. There will be several weekend trips to the mall during the early weeks of school. The campus store is also well stocked with basic dorm items and school supplies.
  • Q. Can the school arrange transportation from airports?

    Yes, we can arrange for a car service from an area airport through Thomas Transportation at an additional cost to the student. If you need the school to arrange transportation, domestic students, please contact Dean of Student Life Brian Gilloran, bgilloran@vermontacademy.org. International students should contact our Global Programs Director.

    The closest airports to Vermont Academy are:
    • Bradley International BDL (Hartford, CT) – 1 hr 45 min drive from campus
    • Manchester International MHT (Manchester, NH) – 1 hr 45 min drive from campus
    • Logan International BOS (Boston, MA) – 2 hr 15 min drive from campus
    • New York City airports JFK, LGA – 4 hr 15 min drive from campus
  • Q. Will I need my own sheets, blankets, pillows, and towels?

    You will need to bring your own bedding (including a warm blanket or comforter) and towels. Beds are extra-long twin size (84”). The school will arrange shopping trips to stores such as Target, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and Wal-Mart during orientation days, in case a student wishes to purchase additional items for their room. Transportation for these trips is provided by the school at no charge to students.
  • Q. How do I do my laundry?

    Each dorm contains free washing machines and dryers. Laundry detergent may be purchased in the Vermont Academy bookstore or locally. Students also have the option of paying for linen and laundry services through E&R Laundry Service. Students may sign up for either or both of these laundry services on Move-In/Registration Day.
  • Q. May I ship my belongings to school before I arrive?

    During the first weeks of school, there are several shopping trips should students need to purchase bedding, lamps, athletic gear, etc. If necessary, however, students may ship items to themselves at school. Please DO NOT send items prior to Friday, August 14. You can send items to:

    Student’s Name
    c/o Vermont Academy
    10 Long Walk
    Saxtons River, VT 05154
    (HOLD FOR ARRIVAL)

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.