Alliance Academy
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We are a school-at-home program within the Yamhill Carlton School District. We are located inside Yamhill Carlton Intermediate School - 310 E. Main Street, Yamhill OR 97148. Need help finding our office? Be sure to stop by the front office of the school and ask to be directed to Alliance Academy's office. 


Every child has the right to a high-quality education that provides the skills, knowledge, and confidence they'll need to move forward in life. However, not every student succeeds in a traditional school setting. Some students move more quickly than their peers. Others need extra attention.

The Yamhill-Carlton Alliance Academy offers you the best of two education worlds. We are both a school-at-home community where you have the primary role in your child's education and provide the resources of a public school. We offer current technology and online classes as well as traditional textbooks and the support of highly qualified teachers. We have field trip opportunities, in-person seminars, and a variety of opportunities to interact with other Academy students who share like interests. In addition, full-time students may check out a Chromebook to use for their classes. All students are assigned a mentor teacher who will help them schedule their courses and will provide regular check-in meetings with parent/teachers and their students. For more information please choose from the menu on the left.


Commonly asked questions for new parents:

Who should consider a school-at-home education?

Public school-at-home works for parents who want to take the lead role as educators and want well-rounded, academically successful children. Our students are excited to learn. Many have gone on to well-known colleges and universities across the nation.

Who can succeed in school-at-home ?

There are many types of students who thrive with public school at home:

- Advanced learners looking for an academic challenge
- College-bound students interested in getting a head start on their college education
- Career-minded students wanting to explore in-demand careers
- Athletes, musicians, and others who are pursuing their dreams while in school
- Students who are homebound or undergoing medical treatments and want to continue with their public school education
- Students needing more support academically
- Students whose parents want to be more involved in their child's schooling

Why should I choose the Alliance Academy over other hybrid schools?

As your local hybrid school, the Yamhill-Carlton Alliance Academy offers you the best of two education worlds. We are a school-at-home community where you can educate your children with the support of a public school. Not only do we have the advantage of technology (Chromebooks and online classes are available), but we offer traditional textbooks and a personal approach with support and regular check-in's from a teacher. We encourage our students to be active and involved in their communities and support that by reimbursing parents for eligible activities. We also schedule regular field trips, in-person seminars, and a variety of opportunities to interact with other Academy students who share like interests. 

How much does Alliance Academy cost, and what support do students get?

The academy is free. In addition, full-time students may check-out a Chromebook to use for their classes. We also provide resources and support to parent/teachers and their students. All families are assigned a mentor teacher who will help them schedule their courses and will hold individual mentoring meetings with students and their parent/teacher.


What do I need to do to enroll? 

If you live outside the Yamhill-Carlton School District you'll need to apply to transfer from your resident district to YC. Each district sets their own policies on how they handle transfers so please contact your home district to get that started.
The enrollment forms we need are found on the Prospective Parents tab of this page.

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