At CVCC, students have two Guidance Counselors: one at their home school and one at the Career Center.
The CVCC Student Support Staff can help with social, academic and emotional issues as well as career and post-secondary planning. Leadership development, assistance with dual enrollment, college planning, and after high school planning are all important parts of the role that Student Support Staff play.
Support for students in programs non-traditional to their gender, workshops for those newly interested in attending college and leadership training are just a few ways in which the School Counseling Coordinator can make your experience at CVCC a well-rounded success.
On this page, we will host all sorts of resources, news articles, updates, and data surrounding the world of CTE (Career and Technical Education).
Browse these resources to learn more about the ways CTE can support the needs of all students and foster careers and professional excellence.
Students can use this page to find quick links to important forms and documents that can be submitted to benefit their experience at the Central Vermont Career Center.
Enrolled students have the responsibility to know the rules, policies, and rights that our Career Center adheres to.
Download the Student Handbook by clicking the image to the left to learn your rights and responsibilities as a CVCC Student.
Check your grades, communicate with your instructors, and check on your progress online.
For parents wishing to sign up for an Infinite Campus Portal Account to monitor student activity, please contact our Infinite Campus Registrar Laurie Morvan at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (802) 476-4811 x 1132. Provide Laurie with your name, email, and your student's name, and after verifying your identity, we will respond to verify and send an invitation to set up your account!
At CVCC, we have been exploring many avenues to better support our students and our communities as a center. Click to learn more about the ways our "Re-envisioning CVCC" Team has been conceptualizing future offerings and opportunities!
This program of studies covers information from all of our programs, including program overviews and information on proficiencies, academic skills, and opportunities for each CVCC Program.
The Administration of the Central Vermont Career Center publish yearly reports to the public about our school community, our budget, and our latest efforts.
Check out our latest report for information about our school, staff, and student body!
This annual flier is offered to all of our sending district middle schools to give future high-schoolers more information about CTE, as well as specific ways students can prepare for CVCC programs after graduating Middle School.
Please inquire if you have questions about how a middle schooler can prepare for professional training at CVCC!
This link will bring you to Spaulding High School's Lunch Account services, where students can register and load lunch accounts online through the MySchoolBucks platform.
The Central Vermont Career Center School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.
The Central Vermont Career Center offers additional services to students with limited English language skills or with disabilities so that they may benefit from these programs. Individuals wishing to obtain information about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities should contact the 504 Coordinator (information found by clicking here).
Click here to read our official Notice of Discrimination as a full document.
The Central Vermont Career Center is committed to providing communication materials that are accessible regardless of ability. If you need information in an alternative format, please call us at (802) 476-6237.
Click here to read our official Accessibility Statement as a full document.
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