The Juneau School District offers tuition-free educational options for students.
For an application go to Parents menu and then Registration - Optional Programs. Applications can be:
- Delivered to JSD District Office, 1208 Glacier Avenue, Juneau
- Mailed to Administrative Services, 10014 Crazy Horse Drive, Juneau, AK 99801
- E-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Dropped off at any optional program or school location.
Juneau Community Charter School
JCCS is a K-8th grade tuition-free public school open to all students in Juneau. It is a small school where teachers, parents, and students get to know each other well and work together for every child’s educational success. We build a strong learning community through small, multi-grade classes, daily/weekly opportunities for all children to interact with each other through music/play/learning, and a shared approach between parents and teachers to governing the school. We focus in experiential, project-based, collaborative learning; have rich, varied art and music programs; and take frequent field trips. Bus transportation is available.
JCCS is located at 430 4th Street. For more info or visits call 796-5699.
Montessori Borealis Public School
Montessori is an approach to learning that accommodates each child’s unique learning style and pace through specialized manipulative materials. The preschool through eighth grade program provides extended, uninterrupted work periods in which each child has the time needed for learning and mastery. Classrooms are multi-grade, allowing students and teachers to develop a strong sense of community. We follow the guidelines of the Association Montessori Internationale. Bus transportation is available for K-8th graders.
Montessori Borealis is located in Marie Drake, 1415 Glacier Ave. For more information or visits call 523-1848.
Tlingit Culture Language and Literacy Program
The TCLL program is a unique, tuition-free optional program open to students of all races, nationalities, and abilities. The program has three multi-age classrooms where students gain knowledge and confidence in their cultural identity. Lessons incorporate Tlingit elders, cultural knowledge, Tlingit language, respect, and traditional values. There are regularly scheduled family nights and program-wide field trips. Students have daily Tlingit language lessons from a language teacher and fluent elder. Academic achievement is supported through literacy activities and oral language development.
TCLL program is located in Harborview Elementary School at 1255 Glacier Ave. For more information or visits call 523-1850.