The only program of its kind in the country, Hutch School is a fully accredited K-12 school program comprised of three diverse and enriching classrooms. Hutch School is a uniquely supportive learning environment for school-aged patients and family members who are temporarily living in Seattle while undergoing serious medical treatment at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
At Hutch School, we believe that through life’s challenges, all students can grow, learn and achieve. Whether students stay for a few weeks or a full year, their educational needs are met in a flexible, caring way, augmented by age-appropriate emotional counseling. Class sizes are small, which allows teachers and volunteers to help each student be successful and feel supported emotionally.
To continue serving our patient families with children, Hutch School relies on a combination of private and public support. Donations help ensure that Hutch School can continue to offer its excellent academic and emotional support to its students during this difficult time in their lives.
Private support helps fund:
- Books, supplies and equipment
- Field trips
- Art and writing program
- Summer camp program
- Staff salaries
For more information on Hutch School, visit www.hutchschool.org.