• Advantages of Our Program

    Home, school and community based program

    We provide support for your student's home-based education through offering sessions, workshops, social events, clubs, and events on-site and through partnerships in the community which enhance student's educational experience and provide time for social interaction among students and parent teachers. 
    Partnering with community businesses and organizations  

    We seek partnerships with local businesses and community organizations to help increase the variety of opportunities available to your student. 

    Parent managed Individualized Learning Plans for each Student
    You are in charge of your student's education. With the help of your Contact Teacher, you design and manage your student's education through the use of an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP).
    Family choice of curriculum

    You have full control of what curriculum you choose to use at home with your student. TBCS can not pay for faith based materials through allotment funds.

    Student allotment for each enrolled student

    Each K-12 student receives a $2,200 allotment and each 11th or 12th grade student receives a $2,500 allotment. Allotments are used for expenses involved in providing the education of your student such as TBCS sessions, curriculum, materials, computer equipment, lessons, field trips, and classes to enhance your student's education. Preschool siblings of enrolled students may use up to $300 of their sibling's allotment for the same purposes.

    High school and college credit

    Twindly Bridge offers a great deal of support in fulfilling High School graduation requirements including: parent directed courses, support sessions at TBCS, tutoring and the opportunity to use allotment funds to enroll in correspondence courses through a variety of Colleges and Universities as well as to participate in local high school and college classes.  

    Certified teacher guidance

    Certified Contact Teachers, provide guidance and support in meeting Alaska Performance and Content Standards, Grade Level Equivalency, and State and MSBSD Graduation requirements. They are always available to help families plan and achieve their student's individual educational pursuits.

Last Modified on March 24, 2017