Senator Sanders’ First Annual Youth Chess Day This event is for students in grades 1-12 and will be held on Saturday, April 1, 11 am - 4 pm at Vermont Technical College. For more information and to register if you want to participate, click here.Read more
Vermont State University - Try a Major Day (Vermont Tech Randolph Campus) Sophomores and Juniors - Are you interested in learning more about Vermont State University majors? Join us on April 14 for Try a Major Day, designed to let you experience first-hand all that Vermont State University has to offer. Anticipated sessions include: Architectural Engineering Technology, Automotive & Diesel Power Technology, Business Programs, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Electrical & Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Forestry, Landscape Contracting, Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Nursing and Respiratory Therapy, Renewable Energy, Veterinary Techonology. To register please click here. This event is onRead more
Drive for Excellence Qualifying students (current Juniors and Seniors who are at least 16 years on or before 7/22/23) have the chance to win a new car or one of three $1,000 scholarships. Important information regarding this opportunity can be found here.Read more
Meet the Coast Guard If you are interested in the Coast Guard, see the information (includes Burlington, VT) here.Read more
VUHS production of Newsies is this weekend! This show features over 50 VUMHS students.
Use this ticket link if you're interested in buying tickets to the show. Thursday the 16th and Friday the 17th at 7pm. Saturday is at 3PM.Read more
I'm Rob Irion, a 1981 VUHS grad in Santa Cruz, CA. Recently, another VUHS grad, Jon Reidel (class of 1986, I believe), asked me to speak to his national college prep organization about my career in science journalism and education. I spent a fair amount of time at the beginning of the talk and during the Q&A to describe the impact VUHS teachers had on my college trajectory to MIT and I went on to become a faculty member at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and to direct a national science journalism program here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGjPH_cO3J4Read more