Dartmoor School

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Dartmoor School
, Washington, United States
Type Private, independent
Established 1990
Locale Suburban
Head of School Jeffrey D. Woolley
Faculty 20-25
Grades 1-12
Number of students 65-100

Dartmoor School is an independent, one-to-one alternative 1-12 school with four campuses in the Puget Sound region (Bellevue, Issaquah, Seattle, Woodinville). Dartmoor is an alternative school serving students who need to remediate skills or credits, or who need a different school setting or flexible scheduling. Dartmoor is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission, approved by OSPI WA and the NCAA, and affiliated with WFIS.

Dori Bower founded Dartmoor as a reading center in 1990 but early on Dartmoor expanded into student support, credit coursework, and diploma-bearing programs. The school espouses an ethos of student respect and uses a diagnostic prescriptive approach to educate a diverse population of learners. Many of the students dual-enroll at local public or private schools.[1]


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