Welcome to Pacem
Celebrating Curiosity - Igniting Passions
Pacem School is an intellectually inspiring, joyful learning community in Montpelier, VT. We are a state-approved, full-time independent 6th - 12th grade school, and in addition, we offer coursework and extra-curricular support to homeschoolers age 10-18. Our students are curious and passionate. We give them time and freedom to pursue their interests while supporting them with an intellectually rich curriculum. Our exceptional faculty, all experts in their fields, inspire and guide our students every day. Pacem provides a community where each student is known and cherished. This setting allows our students to develop confidence, feel empowered, and to blossom.
Join us in the fall!
All of our admissions information for the fall of 2019 is now available on our admissions information page. Course descriptions and the weekly schedule for next year are also available. Please contact us if you have any questions. For students interested in starting at Pacem right away, it may still be possible to join some classes this spring.
Come to our unique Pacem event celebrating fabulous food and talent on Thursday April 25 at 5:30. The FEASTival will feature the best food the Pacem community has to offer (there will be prizes!) as well as a student talent show. Call 223-1010 to find out more.
New this year, we are hosting a monthly community lunch! All the information and a link to let us know you're coming is here. Lunches will feature soup from Joe's Kitchen at Screamin' Ridge Farm.
Wednesday April 10: Health Seminar Day
Monday April 15 - Friday April 19: April Vacation
Thursday April 25: Pacem FEASTival! and talent show
Thursday April 25 Pacem auction goes live online
Thursday May 23: Pacem Play Production: Into the Wardrobe
Friday June 7: Presentation Celebration
Monday June 10: Last day/clean-up day
Tuesday June 11 - Thursday June 13: Mountain and Service Retreat
Praise for Pacem
"Pacem has helped my naturally inquisitive son rediscover his love of learning! He is continually stimulated and urged to make connections and think critically. His relationships with faculty and students inspire and excite him making his experience at Pacem truly transformative!"