Alliance Academy is Bremerton School District's partnership program for families who have chosen to homeschool their child or children. By joining Alliance Academy, parents will work with a certified teacher for curriculum needs, assessments, lesson planning, teaching methods and activities and enrichment programs.
Program features include:
- Individualized Learning Plans
- Frequent Parent/Teacher Conferences
- Formal/Informal Assessments
- Small Group/Individual Instruction
- Multiple Curriculum Options
- Flexible Scheduling
- Cozy Learning Environment
- Strong Enrichment Options
- Student/Parent Volunteer Opportunities
- Frequent Field Trips
Each student enrolled at Alliance Academy had an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP). The plan is developed with the student, parent and teacher and monitored frequently to determine the student's progress toward achieving the Essential Academic Learning Requirements. Parents record and report student lessons and activities in a monthly log. This specifies the amount of schoolwork time and practice of specific academic standards.
The Academy will work in partnership with parents to guide the educational progress and goals of their students. We are committed to a partnership with parents, students and staff offering cooperation, collaboration and connections with the community.
Enrichment is a strong component of the Alliance Academy program. Activities that develop social skills while making positive community contributions are central to enrichment activities. Some enrichment activities have included Environmental Clean-Up at Illahee State Park with AmeriCorps and Rotarian Volunteers, tutoring, NASA presentation, field trip to the Seattle Underground Museum, rock climbing at Vertical World, science projects, computer explorations and others.
For more information, contact Mike Sellers at 360.473.4100.