Woodinville, WA, May 30, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Ordinary life skills education has taken a back seat to academic offers at all levels in school curricula. Due to increasing academic demands and decreasing available time, many agree this valued information needs to be part of the educational realm.
“NWLS provides students appropriate tools for life after school and into their careers,” said Bob Hagin, Founder at Northwest Liberty School, Woodinville. Sandi MacCalla, Founder of LifeSkills Academie-Redmond, shared: “This starts a 20-year old dream to help youth grow into adulthood knowledgeably and with confidence.”
Curricula is taught by local successful business professionals who know current trends and best practices expertise. High school credits are available for classes through Northwest Liberty.
Classes begin July 5 at Northwest Liberty School, 13120 NE 177th Place in the heart of Woodinville for key topics: Career Development, Etiquette/Social Intelligence, Financial Literacy and Personal Organization Skills. Registration is through www.6crickets.com under LifeSkills Academie. Additional curriculum is planned for Fall: Cooking, Mindfulness, Nutrition & Fitness, Public Speaking.
Northwest Liberty School, founded in 2008, is an accredited, year-round school with open enrollment offering all graduation requirements. Northwest Liberty School is part of the Market Square Education family.
LifeSkills Academie, founded in 2017, is a 501c3 Non-Profit run by a Board of Trustees setting the direction of the organization to lead in life skills education. The initial focus of K-12 is expected to expand to adult offers throughout the Puget Sound region.
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