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We are Washington State's first online public school, specializing in building lasting relationships with our students and delivering rigorous courses.

We are a complete K-12 school affiliated with the Federal Way School District. Enrollment is open to every Washington State family.

FREE FOR WA STATE RESIDENTS!*

iA is funded by Washington State’s Public Education system.  Request a nonresident student transfer from your home district and pay no out-of-pocket tuition.

Learn more about this process from the WA Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction or contact us.

 

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

Full-time scholars may enroll in up to 6 courses (3 credits) and graduate with a WA State High School diploma. iA can be blended with Running Start in high school.

PART-TIME

Grades 9-12 & Homeschool
Take 1 or more classes at iA & the rest at a building school or home school program. We're flexible and tuition-free* within state funding parameters. *Minimum of 0.2 FTE release required per course

TUITION OPTION

Scholars living out of state or who are enrolled full-time in another school can pay per course. Tuition is $345 per full-length .5 credit semester course.

*Students residing outside of Federal Way Public School District boundaries must have a student transfer approved by the resident school district for free tuition. This is also referred to as an out-of-district agreement, inter-district transfer, choice transfer, variance or waiver. An FTE transfer of 0.20 per course required.

A Message from Principal Lynn Herink

 

A GREAT CHOICE FOR FAMILIES & STUDENTS

Families

  • Seeking a consistent educational experience in uncertain times.
  • Wanting to provide a meaningful academic experience outside of brick and mortar school environment.
  • Looking for flexibility to create their own learning schedule

Students

  • Seeking individualized learning & tailored support from their teachers. 
  • Self-starters who enjoy creating their own schedules & managing their own time. 
  • Working through social and emotional issues and seeking an organized educational experience in the comfort of their own home. 
  • Needing flexibility in their school days as they pursue personal interests, travel, or athletic potential. 
  • Working slightly below their grade level, at their grade level or beyond grade level.