Spring Message from the Principal
Thank you to the 90%+ of our students/parents who attended our student-led conferences at the end of March. It was great to see our students' families as we shared together in their academic triumphs and challenges, along with planning for next school year for non-graduates and life beyond high school for our soon-to-be graduates.
And now, spring is here! More sunshine, some crazy weather and the home stretch for the school year are upon us. With spring comes state testing for many of our students, the graduation rush for seniors and with it....stress! We encourage you to help us to remind your child/grandchild to get plenty of rest each night, hydrate regularly, and share any concerns/stressors that they have with you and us. At Selah Academy, we like to remind our students that a state test is a snapshot in time, not a measure of who they are or are going to be as a person. While they need to put forth their best effort for these graduation requirements, they should find their worth in their relationships with their family, friends and adult mentors.
As always, please feel free to call if you have any questions or concerns about your student. We can be reached at 698-8062 in the Selah Academy Office, or you may dial me directly at 698-8063.
Wishing All Selah Academy and HomeLink families a super spring!
Joe Coscarart, Principal
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
Selah High School students in Shari Brink’s class are learning a lot about education through play.