Eureka Home School Alliance
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School District: Republic #309
Grades Served: K-12
Approved as a Multidistrict Online School Program from the 2016-17 through the 2019-20 school year.
This program is approved by way of its affiliation with Apex Learning, Fuel Education (formerly Aventa Learning). Learn more about Affiliate Approval, here.
Student Enrollment Instructions:
If you have questions about enrolling in the Eureka Home School Alliance please contact us. * Phil Larson * 509-775-2456 * firstname.lastname@example.org All students enrolling in the Eureka Home School Alliance must have an intake interview and complete a registration packet. If you are accepted into our program we will evaluate your academic standing and develop an individualized student learning plan (SLP) tailored to your individual needs. This plan will meet the state standards and follow all of the course requirements for high school graduation.
In order to more completely serve the needs of the families in our community the Eureka Home School Alliance was established. At Eureka we believe all students deserve the opportunity for a quality education in a setting that best serves their needs and the needs of their families. Eureka Home School Alliance is committed to serving the diverse population of students in our community. We provide individualized SLP’s tailored to each students unique needs. These services will be provided through affiliate providers of the “digital Learning Department” (DLD) at OSPI. “We Mine Knowledge At Eureka”
- Language Arts
- Occupational credit qualified
- Social Studies
- World Languages
- Credit Recovery
Republic, formerly Eureka, is a community of diversity. The population is made up of a variety of free-thinking individuals and families. For many of these families, whether they be located in the city limits of Republic or in the surrounding area, the traditional “brick and mortar” school is not the right fit for them. It is our goal to offer these families a quality alternative to the traditional school setting.
Student-Teacher Contact Requirements
Students enrolled in EHSA are required to have weekly contact with their instructor. This contact can be by phone, face-to-face, e-mail conversation, or a text message conversation. The best method of contact for each student will be determined at their intake interview and will be included in their SLP. The purpose of these contacts is to answer questions the student might have, ensure the student is on track and meeting the goals of their SLP, and to keep them connected to the school community. During these weekly meetings the student will provide details of their learning experiences that they have been engaged in. In addition to the weekly contact the student’s SLP will be evaluated monthly. If any changes are needed to the SLP they will be made at this time. The monthly evaluation will be shared with the student and parent/guardian. EHSA students participate in the MSP/HSPE/EOC and MAP testing in accordance with statute and regulation. EHSA secondary students are required to meet all Washington State and Republic High School graduation requirements to receive a high school diploma.
Our courseware platform is managed by Fuel Education (formerly Aventa) and Apex Learning Tutorial/Virtual, both are prior approved DLD providers.
Student Performance and Demographics
Data for school year: 2015-2016
Teacher-to-student ratio: 0
Course completion rate: 0% of 0 enrollments
Course pass rate: 0% of 0 enrollments
Student Satisfaction Survey
Eureka Home School Alliance did not participate in the student satisfaction survey.