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A NEW IDEA IN HOMESCHOOL

21st century skills are not developed in a box.
TEACH-NW is a hybrid learning center where parents, teachers and students shape their own path to success in the real world.

TUITION FREE

Our learning platform provides diverse educational opportunities for every student.

DIVERSE CURRICULUM

We are much more than a virtual academy. Learn what sets us apart from all the rest.

SOCIAL SKILLS

We’re here to help. Schedule a meeting with one of our accredited counselors today!

FREE TECHNOLOGY

Computer access and monthly internet are included for every full-time enrolled student.

What students and parents are saying about TEACH-NW

“This school year so far has been amazing thanks to TEACH-NW! I wasn’t happy in regular school, mostly because of how little time we could spend learning about things we were passionate about. There were constant disruptions from other students that kept everyone from learning. It was very chaotic. Now when I can set my own educational goals …..  I feel better about learning new things and am much less stressed.

I have also been able to dance a lot more than last year and have accomplished a lot in dance just since fall term started. I am very passionate about dance! I’ve danced since I was 3.5 years old. The most exciting thing about my dance is that I have started doing pointe work in ballet! I’ve been so excited about this for a long time and thanks to TEACH-NW!

Another exciting thing is that in September I auditioned for my studio’s competition team and was accepted! I was chosen by the choreographers to compete in four pieces. We will compete four times this year and I already know I will love the experience. Because of TEACH-NW,  I am able to dance every day and have so much more fun learning!”  

- Hannah Pavulans-Sherwood, 7th Grade

Our year is off to a fabulous start thanks to amazing supportive staff and awesome resources!”

Sara Staton, Parent

‘’This is my first year with Teach NW, and now that we have been doing schooling for about a month, I just wanted to take a moment and give thanks to the TEACH-NW staff for the opportunity to be here. First of all, this school has allowed me to provide resources for my children that I wouldn't be able to provide on my own (or if I had stayed with the same charter we were in last year). This year has been amazing - extracurricular activities (karate, swimming, piano lessons), Spanish lessons that my kids actually like (Foreign Language for kids by kids and Spanish Mama - BOTH!), field trips, and the curriculum...and a kiwicrate...and a tinkercrate. People, I am seriously floored with the level of education I am able to provide my children this year. It has been a dream....and I am only a month in .. every single staff member I have come into contact with has been outstanding. They have gone out of their way, most times immediately responsive to my questions and requests for help (not that they can't lag sometimes, but it has just been amazing). So, THANK YOU Teach NW for not just communicating well, but going beyond my expectations.”

Jessica Choy, Parent

"Thank you for all of your help and encouragement. I can see the finish line and I really can't express how much this program has helped me when I was struggling and any time I have fallen along the way. Marcola School District’s WIOA program has always helped me back up and encouraged me to take care of myself. I don't think I would have done it without you guys and without TEACH-NW. I never had to worry about being looked at differently through you guys. Thank you, for everything."

Tarina, Student

"This is our second year with TNW...we love this program and the staff so much!"

Shawna Blankenship, Parent

Spotlight on Maya Morris-Anderson

Maya Morris-Anderson was recently recognized by the Multicultural Children’s Art Museum & Education Center and by Imagination International art for her Attention to Detail. Though more than two hundred students entered this art competition internationally, Maya was the only artist to receive specific recognition.

We’re also very proud to share that Maya was accepted to the Product of Eugene Apprenticeship program hosted by Lane Arts Council. Maya’s application was specifically identified as having stood out above other applicants. Working alongside instructors and alumni from the Department of Product Design in the School of Art + Design at the University of Oregon, middle and high school students will learn about the profession of product design, explore specific ways to approach the design process, and begin creating innovative products of their own. They will have the opportunity to explore how product designers create the tools, transportation, computers, clothes, sofas, and sports equipment to fit the changing needs of our lives and make the products in our world more energy-efficient, ergonomically appropriate, cost-effective, and more socially responsible

Congratulations Maya! We couldn’t be more proud of you!!

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Get started today by requesting a meeting with one of our accredited learning path counselors.
Once enrolled, students can begin classes immediately.

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