About Lamoille Union High School
Building a community prepared for the choices and challenges of life.
Lamoille Union High School is located in Hyde Park, Vermont. It is a rural, northern Vermont union school serving 600 plus students from six Lamoille valley towns. We are part of the Lamoille North Supervisory Union which serves the six towns of Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, and Waterville with five elementary schools, the Lamoille Union Middle School, Lamoille Union High School, and the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center.
The mission of the Lamoille North Supervisory Union is to work in partnership with local communities to prepare our students to become lifelong learners, gain creative and critical thinking skills, and knowledge in order become productive contributing citizens. Lamoille Union High School is accredited by the Vermont Department of Education. Lamoille Union High School employs 48 professional staff members.
LNSU is committed to the integration and alignment of curriculum, assessment and instruction in support of student learning. Through systemic planning, collaboration, and professional learning, we hope to accomplish our mission for all LNSU students. Over 130 course offerings are available, including eight advanced placement courses. Independent study is available to students in academic areas. Qualified juniors and seniors may concurrently enroll in local college courses. Students may also earn credit through community service, employment programs and personal learning plan programs.
Utilizing a block schedule with four blocks a day, Lamoille Union High School offers a comprehensive and challenging preparatory program with an emphasis on academic excellence and intellectual curiosity. The faculty encourages students to be independent, motivated and socially responsible. Students have access to technical programs which are located on the same campus site at the Green Mountain Technical and Career Center. A recently completed multi-million dollar renovation and addition project expands both the school’s physical plant and course offerings at the high school.