Whether planning to continue their education after high school or explore workforce options, students should consult with their school guidance counselor throughout their time at Craftsbury Schools.
The Craftsbury Schools guidance counselor can help students understand requirements for attending specific colleges, as admission requirements vary greatly.
She can also help students build experiences in high school that will set them up for success in the workforce.
Parents and students are encouraged to look over Craftsbury School’s Program of Studies for course information and to visit our Flexible Pathways page for information on the many pathways students can take to meet their educational goals and to prepare them for graduation, college and career.
Looking for ways your School Counselor can assist with academic planning and social/emotional growth and support? Visit the Counseling Center page.
VSAC Extends the VSAC-assisted Scholarship Deadline to March 1
Craftsbury freshman and sophomore students are required to take part in Freshman Academy and Sophomore Seminar respectively. These courses are offered once a week. Students will be exploring interests and careers as well as gaining a better understanding of themselves as future workers. Contact Mitchell Hunt for more information.