The Ver­mont Vir­tual Learn­ing Coop­er­a­tive works with Ver­mont schools to facil­i­tate online courses for stu­dents statewide. All of our courses are taught by Ver­mont licensed edu­ca­tors who are cur­rently employed with a Ver­mont school. Because of this, our courses are con­sid­ered (and treated) as any tra­di­tional course and the credit stu­dents earn are con­sid­ered “trans­fer credits”.


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Say your child goes to school at Northfield High School. He/she is interested in taking US History through VTVLC because at your child's local school Sophomore English and US History are at the same time. Currently, VTVLC's US History teacher teaches at Whitcomb High School. So, by taking US History through VTVLC, it is the same as if you were to drive your child to Whitcomb High School and attend class each day, then get back in your car and drive back to Northfield. Thanks to technology, you don't have to worry about your child's schedule conflict or driving anywhere, but he/she is still able to take US History from a teacher at Whitcomb High School!