The Lyndon Area has both public and private options for K-12 education, and also higher education opportunities through Lyndon State College and the Community College of Vermont.
The public school system includes complete facilities from kindergarten through 12th grade. Lyndon Town School (graded K-8 with 775 students) is a new facility built in 1991 to consolidate four smaller schools located throughout the town. Lyndon Town School has 65 teaching staff (including Special Education and Chapter I). High Schools, accredited by the Vt. State Board of Education and the North East Assoc. of Secondary Schools and Colleges, include Lyndon Institute, St. Johnsbury Academy and Burke Mountain Academy. Lyndon Institute is a private secondary school with tuition provided by Lyndon and area town taxes. The school term usually begins in late August and ends in mid-June. Enrollment requirements include legal proof of age (usually by birth certificate), a physical exam and inoculations for polio, rubella and DPT.
In addition to the public school system, several fine private schools offer K-8 education and secondary education to children in the Lyndon Area.
Lyndon State College has recently celebrated its centennial anniversary of offering higher education opportunities in the Lyndon Area. The Community College of Vermont also serves the area's higher education needs.
Co-ed academic institution of 1,400 granting Associate, Bachelor and Graduate Degrees in various liberal study and pre-professional academic areas.
Lyndonville, VT 05851 | 802.626.6498
Residential program and school for troubled adolescents. The Fold Family Ministries provides affordable Christ-centered residential care and education for up to 26 troubled teens and their families in crisis. Since 1968 nearly a thousand at risk teens have turned their lives in a new direction and distraught parents and fractured families have reconciled.
The program has three locations and is housed in five separate buildings, including a group home for boys, a group home for girls (five miles apart), and a central campus with our school, administrative offices, and counseling center. Our school operates throughout the year and teens can enter the program at any time. Twelfth grade students can earn their diploma while here.
142 Cornerstone Lane, Lyndonville, VT 05851 | 802.626.5620
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Lyndon Institute is an independent school for students in grades 9-12. Its challenging, comprehensive curriculum offers young men and women the opportunity to explore the range of academic and technical studies. Founded in 1867, LI encourages a lifetime of curiosity, creativity, productivity and good citizenship. There are day and boarding options including a five-day boarding program for students who live outside the Northeast Kingdom. Richard Hilton, Headmaster.
Lyndon Center, VT 05850 | 802.626.3357 (Main Office)
Riverside is a premier Day School for grades K-8 comfortably situated in an historic landmark in the village of Lyndon. The mission of The Riverside School is to develop active learners, patient leaders, and engaged citizens in a supportive community. There is an intentional focus on developing leadership skills and learning to be a productive member of a greater community.
Lyndonville, VT 05851 | 802.626.8552
The Stevens School, formerly of Peacham and now located on the Lyndon Institute campus in Lyndon Center, is an independent school for grades 1 through 8.
Our Mission: We are a community of diverse learners and teachers dedicated to academic excellence, joy in learning, responsible citizenship, and personal growth. Together we grow intellectually, physically, and artistically, fulfill our civic duties, embrace human diversity and thrive in a complex world.
PO Box 274, Lyndon Center, VT 05850 | 802.592.3194
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