Free Classes for High School Students

Marlboro College welcomes motivated high school students who are looking for academic enrichment in a small, intellectually demanding college community. If you are a high school junior or senior (or home-school equivalent) who fits this description, you are eligible to take a class at Marlboro College at no cost.

Courses and Application Process

A list of suggested introductory level courses appropriate for high school student enrollment is available at the bottom of this page. If you do not see a course that fits your interests or schedule in the suggested list, feel free to review our full course list. To apply:

  1. Fill out the online application page
  2. Send a copy of your high school transcript to:
    Marlboro College
    ATTN: Admissions
    PO Box A
    Marlboro, VT 05344
  3. Watch for an email once your course selection is approved by the faculty member. (Some faculty may ask to meet with you or to see a writing sample before granting permission.)

Important Dates for spring 2015

  • Wednesday, January 14 – Last day to submit application and transcript for free high school course program
  • Wednesday, January 21 & Thursday, January 22 – Intro classes
  • Friday, January 23 - Regularly scheduled classes begin
  • Thursday, February 12  - Last day to drop a course
  • Saturday, March 14 to Sunday, March 29  - Spring Recess  - NO CLASSES
  • Wednesday, May 6  - Last day of Classes
  • Saturday, May 9, Monday, May 11, & Tuesday, May 12 – Exam Days
  • Wednesday, May 13  – Grades due at 1:30pm, last day to submit work

Additional Fees and Courses

  • You are responsible for purchasing books and for paying any lab fees. Required books are included in the course listing and can be purchased at the Marlboro College bookstore. Many are also available at the Marlboro College Library.
  • If you have already taken a free course, additional courses may be offered at a discount. Please contact the admissions office for details and permission.

Questions? Contact:

Ariel Brooks, admission's office, at  or 802-451-7118