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WSLP Toolbox

The WSLP is the legal document that enables our program to empower parents with control of the educational process. Each student has a personalized, unique educational plan designed and implemented by the parents and/or legal guardian with the support and approval of a certificated teacher. The plan must be completed in order to enroll a student. This plan allows students to account for experiences outside of the school classroom as a credible part of their education.

Enrollment at Edmonds Heights must be reflected in the WSLP. The plan includes a combination of parent-led learning, workshops and classes at EHK-12. The expectation is that parents access our classes to supplement, not replace, their parent-led learning.

The WSLP includes the following components for each subject area the student is learning for the year:

Learning Goals, Objectives, and Activities: What are the broad academic goals in this subject area for the year? What objectives and activities will this goal include? What Common Core Standards is your student working towards?

Evaluation Plan and Timeline: What will you use to determine the progress a student is making? Tests? Projects? Completed homework? And when will this learning be completed - end of semester or year? Prior to the end of the term?

Resources: What will be used in support of these goals? Textbooks? Experiential learning? Workshops? Any purchases with family budgets must also be included as resources in the WSLP.

Once the WSLP is approved, it does not need to be modified again for the Semester and/or year unless the goals for a student change, but can be modified any time with teacher approval.

WSLP Progress: Student’s monthly progress in each subject area is summarized by the parent/student, or in the case of staff-taught classes, the certificated teacher. Progress statements must clearly address how learning is progressing towards the stated goals and objectives for the subject area as outlined.

Progress may be deemed as unsatisfactory if nothing is input by the progress deadline or if a certificated teacher reviews the progress and concludes it is unsatisfactory. State law outlines consequences for not making monthly progress in the WSLP. Not making progress or completing monthly responsibilities may result in disenrollment and/or partial loss of family budget.

Home Learning Component- We are proud to offer a wide array of High School classes to supplement your home learning in achieving a comprehensive curriculum for your students. In order to round out a full, 1.0 high school curriculum credit, there is an independent home learning requirement for each credit that is worth approximately ¼ of a high school credit.

The evaluating certificated teacher does not create this home learning component, but may be a consultant in designing it. Students and their parents need to submit a plan no later than October 1 to the classroom teacher (that is awarding the classroom credit) that will be evaluated at the end of the school year to determine credit. If the student has completed the requirements of the class AND successfully completes the home component, she will receive full credit. Partial credit may be awarded if the home component is incomplete or determined unsatisfactory. The original WSLP may be written at the beginning of the semester without specifics of the home component and be modified to reflect that actual work.


  • Progress updates are due last day of each month (Sept. through May).
  • Progress is reviewed by advisors the first week of the following month.
  • Progress results will be communicated to students in their staff-taught classes during weeks 2 and 3 of each month. Parents can see results immediately in VESTA
  • Home Learning Work samples are due at progress deadlines.

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