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Avalon Triumvirate Academy

Avalon Triumvirate Academy (or ATA) is a Vermont Agency of Education Approved Independent School, serving students in grades 4-12, in Fairfax, Vermont. We can accept tuition from sending towns, and we give diplomas; our graduates most definitely are accepted to "good" colleges. Student Receiving ATA Diploma
Stephen in Marine Uniform Since our first student class in the school year 2002 - 2003, 75% of our graduates have also graduated from the Vermont Academy of Science & Technology at Vermont Tech, gathering their first year of college credits while still in high school. PICTURE OF ATA STUDENTS GRADUATING VASTATA students have gone on to serve with distinction in the United States Marine Corps; earn degrees in Engineering from Clarkson University; earn Computer Science, Landscape & Horticulture, and Diesel Power Technology degrees from Vermont Tech; and Dental Technician certificates from Texas Community College. Some ATA students are still pursuing further education. ATA alumni are doing engineering graduate programs at Brown University and Northwestern University. Some alumni are still in pursuit of bachelor's degrees at Castleton University, University of Colorado, Lyndon State, and Clarkson University. One four-year ATA student is now at Choate Rosemary Hall, a prestigious boarding school in Connecticut, reveling in his 10th grade year. Still other students began productive lives upon graduating from ATA and are working in: customer service, agriculture, food, and construction industries.
We offer a safe environment, individualizing instruction for students who want to learn. Most core classes are taught using all modalities of learning: visual, auditory, and tactile. Classes are run in a workshop model combining group minilessons with individual pursuits, and assignments as well as assessments individualized to the students' skills and goals.The physical location is 1841 Main St.; Fairfax, VT 05454-9750 which is also known as VT Route 104, just north of the junction with 104A, Highbridge Rd. We are 10 minutes from both exits 18 and 19 of I89.
We follow the local school schedules for the most part, with some small differences due to our educational priorities.

For more information, please email us or call (802) 849-2488.