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3-credit Course with Professor Mahesh Sharma
6 Days in 2013-2014 • 8:00am - 3:30pm • Townshend, Vermont
Fri & Sat, Sept. 27-28 • Fri & Sat, Nov. 8-9 • Mon & Tues, Jan. 20-21
A Course for Gr. 6-12 Teachers of Mathematics, Technology & Special Education
Community College of Vermont
Introduction to College Studies
This free course provides high school students with an introduction to the college experience and the opportunity to explore the skills and expectations required at the college level. Students work on goal setting, time management, stress management, study skills, communication skills, and learning to seek and use informational resources. This course is also an opportunity to gain valuable information about the college application process, financial aid and personal financial management. This course is generally offered in a 13-week session with classes meeting one evening a week for two hours. The successful completion of this course makes students eligible to receive a voucher to take a free class at any of the Vermont State Colleges.
Leland and Gray students may also attend other CCV courses and earn both high school and college credits for their successful completion. Contact CCV at 254-6370 or www.ccv.edu for a current catalogue and tuition fees.
University of Vermont
Leland and Gray students may take UVM courses online or on campus, including travel opportunities, and earn both high school and college credits for their successful completion. Contact UVM at 656-3131 or www.uvm.edu or www.learn.uvm.edu/online current catalogue and tuition fees or learn.uvm.edu/high-school for courses specifically for high school students.
School for International Training
SIT offers fall and spring semester courses and a January intensive session. Students can learn Chinese, French, Spanish, Swahili, and other languages. For more information about courses, tuition, and registration, visit www.sit.edu
Leland and Gray accepts online course transcripts from a number of Internet-based high schools and colleges. Students interested in this option should first research the sponsoring educational organization and submit the information to their school counselor for pre-approval. Only accredited, grade-level or above grade-level courses aligned with Vermont’s Framework of Standards or the Common Core State Standards will be approved. Students are responsible for fees and other costs associated with the online learning program, and for submitting transcripts to Leland and Gray for recognition of credit earned. Students may work on online courses at school or in another location, with parental approval.