We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 14 Vermont schools made our rankings. View Rankings
The Vermont high school graduation rate is roughly 90 percent - one of the highest rates in the nation. Students must complete at least 20 academic units in various subjects to graduate from Vermont high schools, and they’re tested via the New England Common Assessment Program, according to the Vermont Department of Education.
In the U.S. News Best High Schools 2013 rankings, there are nine silver medal schools and five bronze medals schools in Vermont. Among the state's top-ranked schools are Montpelier High School, part of the Montpelier School District in the state's capital city, and Lake Region High School in Orleans, near the Canadian border.
Top Ranked VT Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
5 HIGH SCHOOL DR, MONTPELIER, VT 05602#2
36 OXBOW DR, BRADFORD, VT 05033#3
317 LAKE REGION RD, ORLEANS, VT 05860#4
529 EAST ARLINGTON RD, ARLINGTON, VT 05250#5
131 LAKER LN, COLCHESTER, VT 05446#6
716 VT RTE 103 SOUTH, CHESTER, VT 05143#7
15 FOREST ST, RANDOLPH, VT 05060#8
37 CROSS ST UNIT 2 AND 3, NORTHFIELD, VT 05663#9
50 MONKTON RD, VERGENNES, VT 05491
Other Notable VT School
This school was awarded a national bronze medal.
2420 ROUTE 302, WELLS RIVER, VT 05081
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VT by the Numbers
Districts 60 High Schools 60 Full-Time Teachers 2,952 Students Enrolled 30,624
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The Champlain Valley Union High School District #15 serves 1,345 students at one high school.
The Essex Junction School District includes one high school serving 1,329 students.
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