We solve common educational challenges in uncommon ways.
We adapt the learning environment to the student's needs, interests and abilities instead of expecting students to succeed in a traditional, one-size-fits-all instructional environment.
Inspired to Innovate
Whether through a course assignment or an interest-based project, we encourage you to critically think and question, work together to develop real-life skills, and explore the power of a curious mind in an inter-connected world. We welcome and seek out new ideas, open-minded attitudes, and a curiosity for new perspectives, based on a solid foundation of Core Knowledge.
All About Accountability
Our focus on competence means students master a topic before moving on to the next, whether it takes two days or two weeks to master. Bring us your desired outcomes, short-term goals, and long-term aspirations, and we will work together to create a unique program that enables you to effectively learn at your full potential.
Focused on Flexibility
Flexibility, as in the ability to bend to circumstances easily without disrupting the path to academic success. Because staying on course despite the bumps along the way is an important life skill to learn. What does that mean day to day? It means school starts at 10:00 with students well rested and ready to take on the world. It means flexible scheduling to allow for travel, illness, study overseas, competitions, and life’s unexpected exigencies — all while staying on track to graduation.
“We moved from Washington to Nevada so our son could attend the I·School. It was one of the best decisions we've ever made. The combination of individualized curriculum and one-on-one support is allowing our son the kind of education that he has always needed for success."
- Carol Fowler, Parent
We are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, through which we issue transcripts to schools throughout the US as a Supplemental Education Program.
We are a satellite school of the private Independence High School in Washington State, through which we issue diplomas to students meeting the Washington State requirements for graduation.