SA ATTENDANCE: 698-8062
SA/SHS ATTENDANCE SPANISH HOTLINE: 698-8450
SA OFFICE LOCATION & HOURS:
The Selah Academy Office, located in Building E (south end of the same building as the RLELC Pre-School), first door on the left. Our entrance is facing the playground, just go up the ramp, through the double doors and we're the first classroom on the left side. We are open from 7:15 am-3:30 pm. Please call 698-8062 to schedule a visit/appointment. Our office will be closed during Winter Break from 3:30 pm on 12/21 until 7:15 am on 1/7/19.
Mark your calendar for the next SSD community-wide Together We Can learning night!
January 17th, 2019 @ 6:00 pm in the SHS Library.
Our focus will be on keeping our youth healthy with drug and alcohol awareness.
Families will have the opportunity to interact with our "Under Our Noses" learning lab, hear from community experts, and walk away with helpful resources.
¡Apunte la Fecha para la proxima evento del “Juntos Si Podemos” Noche de Aprendizaje!
Jueves, el 17 de Enero, de 2019 , a las 6 :00 por la tarde, en la biblioteca de SHS.
Nuestra enfoque será cómo mantener a los jóvenes saludables, con conciencia de las drogas y el alcohol. Van a tener la oportunidad de participar en una demostración “Bajo Nuestras Narices”, laboratorio de aprendizaje. Escuchar de expertos de la comunidad, y obtener recursos útiles.
Welcome to Selah Academy and Selah HomeLink. Selah Academy provides an alternative high school setting for grades 9-12 with reduced class sizes and paced learning. The learning is delivered in several methods, with traditional online learning for science and electives (teachers located off-site with computer lab support staff), blended online learning (English teacher on-site), and more traditional curriculum with on-site teachers in mathematics and social studies. Physical Education is also offered.
Selah HomeLink is a K-8 program for those who desire a blend of homeschooling and some public school supplemental support. Please call us for information at 698-8062.
Points of Pride
Don’t take it personal if Ella Peters and Lauren Treolo are “saving” their voices. That’s only to ensure they are definitely heard at the upcoming Regional Poetry Out Loud Contest.