• Guidance Department Resources and Links to Important Information

    Governor's Institutes (GIV)      

    For current 9th, 10th and 11th graders:  The Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Summer Program offers students an opportunity to participate in educational programs on Vermont college campuses in the summer. Visit GIV for more details and an application. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION BY 3 pm MARCH 25th  (so we can review applications and submit names to GIV by their 4/3 deadline).  Preference may be given to 10th and 11th graders, depending on space.This year's Institutes are as follows:

    • Health & Medicine   June 26-July 2
    • Technology & Design   June 18-June 26
    • Mathematical Sciences   June 26-July 1
    • Global Issues & Youth Action   June 29-July 6
    • Entrepreneurship: Creativity & Innovation*   June 26-July 1
    • Arts   June 26-July 10
    • Environmental Science & Technology*   July 8-16
    • Engineering   June 26-July 2  
    • Astronomy   July 16-July 22      

          *college credits available

    The VSAC Scholarships for Vermonters booklet, for students attending college or training in 2022-2023 is available in the SBHS Counseling Office, or here on the VSAC website. Submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC-assisted scholarships is 2/11/22.  

    Vermont Virtual Learning Cooperative (VTVLC) 

    Affordable Colleges Foundation -Vermont

    Edudemic - affordable online colleges

    FairTest finds that over 830 four-year colleges do not use the SAT I or ACT to admit substantial numbers of bachelor degree applicants. Click on the link to learn more and to see the listing of schools

    FAFSA  (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

    NCAA Eligibility Center  

    Guide to International University Admission

    The Other Paper - South Burlington's hometown newspaper

    South Burlington Recreation Department