The Lake Champlain Islands cover 9,633 acres and consist of Isle La Motte, North Hero, Grand Isle, and South Hero. The county includes a little less than 7,000 people (per the 2000 census). People connect to the mainland by the Sandbar Bridge at the southern end (South Hero), and the Swanton Alburg Bridge at the northern end of the Islands. The Rouses Point Bridge west of Alburg provides a highway link to New York State.
All these links make the Islands accessible to both New York and Vermont interstates, and is a short drive to Montreal. The commute off the Islands into Burlington is about 25 miles by Interstate 89. Each island has its own elementary and middle schools, but there is no high school. High School students commute to the high school of their choice and the town pays the tuition.
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