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KapKa Cooperative School

Website www.kapkaschool.org
Address 510 N 49th Street
City Seattle
State WA
Postal Code 98103
Phone 206-522-0350
Grade Range K-5
School Type Day
Enrollment 0-99
Student Body Coed
Total Enrollment 64


KapKa Cooperative School is a dynamic community of children, parents and teachers working

together to create an inclusive, experiential learning environment that fosters capable and

compassionate lifelong learners.  We believe:

·       Children are inherently kind, caring, and curious and have vast potential to contribute uniquely and positively to the world.

·       Academic, social-emotional, and physical learning are all essential components of a child's education.

·       The learning process—asking questions, testing ideas and making discoveries—is at least as important as the answers we arrive at and the products we create.

·       Experiential and integrated learning allows children to gain meaningful understandings, access useful knowledge, make informed choices, and become flexible problem-solvers.

·       Emergent curriculum, which incorporates student voice and choice, allows children to be fully engaged and invested in their learning.

·       A safe, supportive school environment fosters confidence and independence in children by empowering them to take risks and responsibility.

·       Growth in all areas of development (intellectual, social-emotional and physical) requires honest and supportive feedback and regular, meaningful reflection.

·       A reciprocal (respectful and sustainable) relationship with the natural world and the human community in which we live is the ultimate goal of education.

·       Active participation by parents, both in and out of the classroom, is integral to creating and sustaining a dynamic, nurturing and connected learning community.

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Northwest Association of Independent Schools
5001 California Ave. SW, Suite 112
Seattle, Washington 98136
T: 206.323.6137 • info@nwais.org
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