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About Us

The Bellingham Family Partnership Program (BFPP) is an outstanding educational option for students in kindergarten to grade 8.
We welcome students who reside both in and out of the Bellingham School District. Our mission is to partner with families who provide home-based instruction. Students may access onsite classes and resources that families may find difficult to provide at home.

Parents and students who are interested in participating in the BFPP begin the process by attending parent information sessions and tours. If there is a decision to enroll in the program, students can choose full-time or part-time participation.
If you would like to visit our program and/or sit in on classes, please contact us.

What Does the BFPP Offer?

Onsite Classes
We offer a variety of multi-age classes for students, grades K-8, scheduled Monday through Thursday. Class offerings include language arts, math, science, fine arts, music, social studies, physical education, history, world language and STEM options. Our course offerings are interdisciplinary, engaging and hands-on learning opportunities.

Onsite Curriculum Resource Center
The Family Partnership Program location is building a selection of homeschool curricula and support materials that your family can utilize for your child’s learning goals.

Teacher Consultants
Families are partnered with a certificated teacher who provides support and guidance in instructional strategies and resource materials.

Community Building
The Family Partnership Program environment allows families to build meaningful connections and is an outstanding opportunity for parents to network with each other.

Emergency and Safety Information

Keeping our students and staff safe at school is a top priority. Bellingham Public Schools coordinates with all local emergency responders to ensure our procedures and plans for fire, earthquake, lockdowns and other drills are current and reflect best practices for student safety.

What to do in an emergency »