Chrysalis School (Woodinville, WA)

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Chrysalis School
Woodinville, Washington
United States
Coordinates 47°45′45.49″N 122°9′0.67″W / 47.7626361°N 122.1501861°W / 47.7626361; -122.1501861Coordinates: 47°45′45.49″N 122°9′0.67″W / 47.7626361°N 122.1501861°W / 47.7626361; -122.1501861
Type Private school
Motto Independence, Confidence, Engagement
Established 1983
Director Karen Fogle
Faculty 50
Enrollment 200
Color(s) Purple & Gold
Mascot Butterfly

Chrysalis School is a private school in Woodinville, Washington, teaching grades K–12.

School profile[edit]

Chrysalis School was started in 1983 by Karen Fogle for her own children. It has been an accredited private school since 1995.

Student body[edit]

The student body consists of 200 students in grades K–12. There is no testing requirement as a prerequisite for admission.

There were 42 graduates in the Class of 2011. Average SAT score for the last three years was 1560 (reading: 536, math: 513, writing: 511). Last year’s graduating class had twelve Washington State Honors Award recipients (top 10% of the entire state’s graduating class).[citation needed]

84% percent of students (from the classes of 2008 to 2011) went on for further education after high school completion: two-thirds of those went on to a four-year university, and one-third to a community college or tech school.[citation needed]


Chrysalis offers small-group classes of six to twelve students. Many subjects are taught on a one-to-one basis. Some classes are core college-preparatory classes and follow a traditional syllabus. Other classes are oriented more towards individual interests and vary based on student input. All courses required for university entrance are offered and may be completed at an advanced or honors level. IB or AP classes are not offered. AP testing and untimed SAT testing is provided.

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