Located in Vermont’s scenic Lake Champlain Valley, Shelburne, Vermont is a town of approximately 7,200 people in southwestern Chittenden County, along the shores of Lake Champlain. (View Map)
Shelburne supports a wide variety of businesses, from manufacturers and retailers to Vermont’s largest retirement community, Wake Robin. Shelburne is also home to some of the more popular Vermont attractions: the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, Shelburne Farms (1,400 acres of pastures, woodlands, gardens, and historic buildings) and the best historical museum in New England, Shelburne Museum (with over 150,000 works exhibited in a remarkable setting of 38 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic.)
The town also maintains a beach on Lake Champlain, which has a boat launch and nature park.
There are four K-12 schools in Shelburne, VT, including 2 public schools and 2 private schools. Shelburne public schools belong to two districts, Chittenden South Supervisory Union School District, and Shelburne School District.
Shelburne has four elementary schools, 4 Shelburne middle schools, 2 Shelburne high schools and 11 Shelburne preschools.