Note that several of these districts will receive $3,500+ per student enrolled in each home school program from the state. Legally, you would no longer fall under homeschooling laws, but would be considered a public alternative school attendee. It is not necessary that you enroll in a learning center. These links are here as a resource for families who still desire public school services.
Homeschooling vs. Public Alternative Education Programs
Alt. Ed., Cyberschools, “Homeschool” Centers, etc. What you need to know from the Washington Homeschool Organization.
Alger Learning Center and Independence High School
A Washington State approved and nationally accredited private school. We welcome students in grades K-12 who would like the opportunity to participate in designing their own curriculum, to work at their own rate, and to develop / explore their individual learning style(s).
The Attic Learning Community
A progressive, independent school, in Woodinville, Washington. The Attic operates a developmental, multiage, child-centered learning community for children ages 5 through 18.
Chrysalis Distance Learning Program
Offers an umbella school primarily for Washington residents, grades 6-12.
Seattle’s Sudbury school is a responsible educational choice for families who question the prevailing assumptions about education and learning.
ExCEL Academic League
We have a Co-op which meets once a week and offers a variety of classes that enhance the core education the students receive at home. We also organize a variety of nationally sanctioned academic competitions and teams such as Science Bowl, National Geographic Bee, Word Power Challenge and Science Olympiad.
A good resource for those families who want to homeschool, but are having difficulty setting their goals and planning to reach them. Located in Federal Way, Washington.
Puget Sound Community School
We aim to nourish healthy human development and believe this can only take place in the context of a healthy, safe, nurturing, and respectful community.