Foster authentic scholarship

We challenge students through our dynamic, vertically aligned curriculum. Click here to learn more

Develop independent voice

We promote integrity by helping students find their voice. Click here to learn more

Promote civic engagement.

We inspire students to engage with their community. Click here to learn more

Cultivate a culture of inclusion.

We construct a healthy and safe environment for students to thrive. Click here to learn more

In the Classroom


To help give you an idea of what we do here at Thaddeus Stevens School, we will post photos from our classroom, all-school activities, events, and projects!  Have some questions? We welcome you to contact us here.      

Join us at our March Open House

Open House February 17

TSS Receives Eat Well Play More VT Grant

Eat Well Play More envisions “Vermont as a state where all children eat healthy food and are physically active every day.”  We are delighted to announce that we are one of the Fall 2014 recipients of the Eat Well Play

TSS Alumna award 2014 Calvin Prize for Vermont Youth

TSS alumna Sydney Benjamin, daughter of TSS teacher Kelli Kazmarski, was honored as the first place winner of the 2014 Calvin Prize for Vermont Youth last week in New York City. This year, the prompt asked “Should I stay [in

The Importance of Movement at TSS

As part of the TSS Mission, we incorporate movement in many aspects of our curriculum, most notably our morning walk around the track, and Loose Play in the elementary.

Animal Celebration Day

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Our sustainability studies examines the relationships among ecology, economics, politics, and culture.  Recognizing the role that domestic and wild animals play in that dynamic is essential to producing good stewards of the environment. The annual animal celebration day has included

TSS Hosts Everest Climber


Ed Webster, author of Snow in the Kingdom: My Storm Years on Everest spent the day at Thaddeus Stevens School sharing slides and stories, of three Everest ascents.  The final ascent, with a team of only four climbers, in 1988 carved

Great turnout for the Northeast Kingdom Youth Shelter Walk!


We were proud to walk on behalf of Northeast Kingdom Youth Services. Participating with our communities is a core value at Thaddeus Stevens School.  Democracy is not a spectator sport.  The more we engage, the stronger we get.

A wee cèilidh!


Our Dean of Elementary, originally from Glasgow, has been on pins and needles in the weeks leading up to today’s vote for Scottish independence.  To show our support and love for Maria, we planned a surprise party for her, or