• NOTE:  An official immunization record must be presented to the school upon admission.

    Immunizations are thvaccine vial and syringe e single most important way to protect against serious and sometimes deadly diseases.  Many of the diseases vaccines prevent cannot be easily treated or cured.  These diseases can be particularly dangerous for infants, young children, and the elderly.  Even one infected person can cause an outbreak of diseases like measles and chickenpox.

    Vermont's School Entry Immunization Rule sets minimum immunization requirements for attendance at public or independent kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools, and colleges to protect students, staff, and the community against vaccine-preventable diseases.

    School Year Immunization Entry Requirements

    Students not meeting the vaccine requirements must be vaccinated as outlined in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s catch-up schedule

    Medical or Religious Exemption to one or more vaccines is allowed.  Exemption Forms must be completed, signed and returned to the school upon enrollment.  Religious Exemption Forms must be completed annually.  Students with an exemption may be excluded from school during a disease outbreak. Information about exemptions can be found here

    Exemption forms can be found here:

    Medical Exemption Form

    Religious Exemption Form