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What are We About?

Edmonds Heights K-12 was created in 1996 for families who prefer to individualize the education of their children with parents as primary educators. We are currently one of two ALE (Alternative Learning Experience) programs in the Edmonds School District.

At Edmonds Heights, all of our resources are deployed to support and honor the educational philosophy of each family.

We supplement home learning by:

  • providing classes taught by certificated teachers.
  • consulting with families on their curriculum choices
  • offering workshops taught by community members.
  • advising and monitoring student progress.
  • facilitating community­ building opportunities for families choosing to home-school.

You partner with us by:

  • attending our LINC orientation and Community Education classes that equip you to be successful at Edmonds Heights K­12.
  • planning, creating and implementing your student’s Written Student Learning Plan (WSLP) with a certificated advisor.
  • updating the WSLP monthly in ALE, ­our school’s database.
  • making weekly contact with a certificated teacher.
  • being present on campus with your student under 12 years of age.

We provide technical support and advocacy, and are a resource for helping parents create unique, authentic and relevant learning experiences for their students that meet the state’s legal requirements.
We believe in supporting our families with an infinite number of possibilities for a student’s individualized learning.

Edmonds Heights students are expected to do a combination of Home Learning and Certificated Teacher Classes. In general, the K-6 student will take 1-3 Certificated Teacher classes and the remainder will be Home Learning. The 7-12th grade student may take up to 4 Certificated Teacher Classes and the remainder is Home Learning.

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