In Vermont, there are a variety of educational opportunities for students in grades K - 12. Most towns offer public schools for kindergarten through eighth grade, and some towns have their own public high schools. Those towns without public schools' tuition their children to other schools, which is usually the school of the parents' choice.
Private elementary schools in the area include the Riverside School, the Stevens School, and the Good Shepherd Catholic School.
Private high schools include St. Johnsbury Academy, Lyndon Institute, the East Burke School, and Burke Mountain Academy.
Area colleges include Northern Vermont University at Lyndon, the Community College of Vermont, Sterling College and the University of Vermont with Lyndon as its satellite location.