Imagine earning high school credit for an activity you already enjoy! Volunteering in your community? Exploring job opportunities or an internship? In a band or playing on a team outside of school? Pacific Learning Academy not only offers the classical core curriculum but the opportunity to design the elective of your dreams.
Pacific Learning Academy is a Washington State Approved Private School via the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI — see listings HERE) and an Accredited private school via AdvancED/Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), which has recently become Cognia. High School coursework is approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
The mission of Pacific Learning Academy is to provide alternative, one-on-one education to students, empowering them with mastery of the subject matter by matching the student with highly professional, well-trained and caring adults experienced with the curriculum and alternate educational scenarios.
The Academy offers the following courses, as well as individually-designed and customized courses. All Sciences are considered Lab Sciences, and Foreign Language for other languages besides French and Spanish may be available.
If you don’t see the class you’d like to take on this list, give us a call.
We are often able to accommodate special course requests, depending on instructor availability.
Middle School Courses
Social Studies (6)
US History (7)
WA State History (8)
High School Courses
Math: Pre-Algebra to Calculus III
Lab courses: Phys Sci, Bio, Chem, Physics, Material Sci
World & European Studies
Spanish, French, ASL, Japanese
CTE/Occ Ed courses
Students capable of high school level work may take high school credits in middle school.
- Individually designed electives courses may be designed on a case-by-case basis around the interests/needs of the students. May include Computer Programming, Keyboarding, Technology, Website design, Speech, or additional core courses above and beyond high school graduation requirements.
- Any class may be designated as an Honors course. Curriculum is more rigorous, typically college-level, and will prepare students for AP exams if they wish.
- World Language level 5, while not having the AP designation, is designed to support advanced students in preparing for the AP exam.