Lyndon Institute to Offer Online Diploma
December 19th, 2019
Lyndon Institute is proud to announce an online diploma program through the Vermont Virtual Learning Cooperative (VTVLC), an organization that works with Vermont schools to facilitate online learning. This is a deeper commitment in support of LI’s directive to offer many pathways to obtaining a high school diploma.
Currently, students from Lyndon Institute and other Vermont schools can take online courses on campus, at home, or abroad through an online learning environment provided by VTVLC in which they are taught by Lyndon Institute teachers and other Vermont licensed educators. However, the option to now earn a Lyndon Institute diploma through coursework completed entirely online through VTVLC while living abroad or being homeschooled is a new offering from LI.
Classes can be completed during a traditional school year schedule or taken year-round and can be customized to meet the student's needs. In cases where a traditional schedule of courses may not work or students may need more flexibility to complete their high school requirements, LI’s online diploma offers families a new opportunity.
All students that enroll in the online program will meet with an LI counselor to discuss an individual pathway to meet the requirements set by Lyndon Institute for graduation. The student, parents or guardians, and a counselor will work with the VTVLC staff to develop an individual program for each student.
Inquiries about enrollment or requests for more information can be directed to LI Director of Guidance, Kasey Potter at 802-535-3671 or by email at [email protected]. More information about VTVLC can be found online at www.vtvlc.org.
Photo caption: Lyndon Institute recently announced a new online diploma program through the Vermont Virtual Learning Collaborative. Pictured here, LI students participate in LI’s New Student Orientation on August 23, 2019, on the LI Campus.
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