Dartmoor in Brief
- 1990 by Dori J. Bower
- Andrew Wahl
- Head of School:
- Jeffrey D. Woolley
- Bellevue, Issaquah, Seattle, and Woodinville, WA campuses.
- 135 students (on average), grades 1-12
- Class Size:
- Student/Teacher Ratio:
Dartmoor School employs a phenomenal group of individuals who understand the unique setting of personalized education. Educational staff hold a bachelor's degree or higher in their area of expertise, and, regardless of their roles, combine enthusiasm for learning with a dedication to the individual needs of our diverse population of students.
Staff or professionals present monthly trainings on topics ranging from the medical aspects of ADHD to teaching students with Asperger's.
Dartmoor designs a unique academic program for each of its students. An academic program might include an array of courses, or simply consist of one supplemental or credit-bearing course. All programs, however, combine adaptability with precision to address student goals effectively.
Tuition & Fees
Because costs vary depending on the nature of an enrollment, please contact Admissions at (425) 885-6296 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information, including pricing for specific programs.
Dartmoor students have continued their studies at a variety of four year colleges and universities including Harvard University, Cornell University, Georgetown University, New York University, Boston College, Reed College, University of Washington, Santa Clara University, University of Colorado-Boulder, Pennsylvania State University, Seattle University, and University of San Francisco. View Dartmoor's college profile.
Since its founding in 1990, Dartmoor has embraced technology to enhance student learning opportunities. A number of courses utilize standards based digital content allowing for multi-sensory engagement, integrated assessment, as well as differentiation for students in need of academic remediation or acceleration. Students learn how to research topics online, how to determine legitimate and reliable web-based sources of information, and how to traverse the virtual world of the Internet conscientiously and responsibly. Dartmoor continually seeks innovative ways in which to deliver superior individualized instruction and augment student learning via technology.
Alongside its full range of one-to-one credit and supplemental academic courses, Dartmoor offers a number of summer specific options, including middle school, high school, and college preparatory programs.
Accreditation & Approvals
Accredited by NWAC/AdvancED; approved by the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) as a private school and Non-Public Agency (NPA); high school coursework approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); SEVIS approved.
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS); Washington Federation of Independent Schools (WFIS); Association of Educational Therapists (AET); Attention Deficit Disorder Resources (ADDR); Council for Exceptional Children (CEC); Learning Disabilities Association (LDA).