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High school students are invited to take online or on-campus courses for credit year-round with current college students at UVM. Our entry-level courses, ranging from Art History to Wildlife Biology, are appropriate for high school students, and UVM’s small class sizes are perfect for interacting with faculty.


Summer Academy

UVM’s Summer Academy is a two-week on campus, two-week online residential or commuter program, designed exclusively for 11th or 12th-grade high school students. Summer Academy gives you the opportunity to learn what college life is like, while getting a head start on your college career and earning valuable college credit.

Your straight forward teaching methods and genuinely caring about students doing well in your classes has made me a more confident math student. For this confidence, I am truly grateful for taking your classes. It was the best decision I ever made to go to UVM for a solid foundation in math.

With all the college coursework I have accumulated throughout high school, I will be coming into college with 17 credits, which will allow me to comfortably double major in Marketing and Journalism. Thank You!”
– Camille

Contact Us:
Whether you are a high school student looking for information for yourself, or a parent or guidance counselor who wants to better understand our pre-college offerings, our advisors are eager to speak with you and get you the information you need. Complete the form below, and our team will be in touch soon. If you need immediate assistance, please call us at 800-639-3210 Monday-Friday, 8:30am–5pm.

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Successful College Prep through UVM’s Pre-College Courses.

Are you a motivated student interested in taking college-level courses in high school? The University of Vermont Pre-College Program helps high school students prepare for college life and course rigor. Kate McAllister, a high school […]

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Multi-Tasking: Helpful or Hindrance for Pre-College Students?

As technology progresses and we have more tools at our fingertips to keep ourselves organized and “efficient,” why does it feel we have less time to finish all the tasks at hand? Whether texting a […]