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About MLO

Comprised of a number of unique academic options for students, Mead Learning Options exists to help each student reach high levels of learning. Learn more below.

To express your interest in the program or begin the application process, please fill out the MEAD LEARNING OPTIONS INTEREST FORM.

Vision
We meet students where they are. By forming partnerships, we build a community where students flourish.

 

Mead Learning Options Counseling Center

Don't know which programs might be right for your family?
Check out the flyer below for a quick overview or visit our FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For more information or questions about the program, please email MLO@MEAD354.ORG

Are any of the MLO programs a "homeschool" program?  
Although many of our programs serve families who want to teach their children at home, MLO programs are not legally "homeschool programs" because they operate under a different set of laws. Each MLO program is a Mead School District Alternative Learning Program that has been designed to serve parents who want a different model of education. Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) programs are public education options where some or all of the instruction is delivered outside of a regular classroom schedule and we follow all public education requirements as well as chapter 392-121-182 WAC. On the other hand, homeschoolers provide home-based instruction and fall under a different set of laws including  RCW 28A.200.011(1)  RCW 28A.225.010(4) 

First page of the PDF file: MeadLearningOptionsFlyer