Denny Triangle has educational resources available to all ages. From bouncing kindergarteners to emerging artists and tomorrow’s leaders, students in this neighborhood are regularly engaged by their diverse, urban environment.
Antioch University Seattle
2326 6th Ave, 206-441-5352, Website
Antioch University Seattle stands out among universities and colleges in Seattle for its exclusive focus on adult learners. It is part of a six-campus system, founded in 1852 in Yellow Springs, Ohio. The Seattle campus was established in 1975 and has approximately 900 students. The University offers a rigorous liberal arts education, a collaborative learning environment and a focus on promoting socially engaged citizenship. Whether the student is pursuing graduate studies or completing a bachelor's degree, limited class sizes and strong support from expert faculty enrich their educational experience.
Center for Health Training
1809 7th Ave #400, 206-447-9538
Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora St, 206-726-5151, Website
Founded in 1914, Cornish College of the Arts provides aspiring artists with the educational opportunities to become professionals in their fields and prepares them to contribute to society as artists, citizens and innovators. The College offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Art, Dance, Design, Performance Production and Theater, and a Bachelor of Music degree. It is one of three private colleges in the United States focusing on both the performing and visual arts, and the only college of its kind in the Northwest. The College is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
600 Stewart St #1500, 206-956-0888
Kindercare Learning Center
1827 8th Ave, 206-903-1103, Website
Kindercare provides enriched learning programs for infants to kindergartners. Age-appropriate programs and a staff of dedicated teachers ensure that children get the positive learning experiences they need to grow up happy and confident.
201 Westlake Ave N, 206-709-9500, Website
Morningside Academy, a laboratory school serving grades 1?9, enjoys an international reputation as an ?academic gymnasium? that has helped more than 20,000 students to date. The program comprises 1:10 teacher/student ratio, daily report cards, placement of students in classes by skill levels instead of by age or grade and a system of teaching reasoning, problem solving and learning skills. Elementary and middle school students who have not reached their potential typically gain two years in one school year in their area of greatest deficit and gifted students advance due to skill level grouping.
New Discovery School
1260 Harrison St, 206-447-2377, Website
The Mission of New Discovery School is to provide a child-centered community where learning encompasses the whole child; socially, emotionally and cognitively. The school?s philosophy is that each individual child has their own unique learning style. The school celebrates their individuality by offering many varied activities and projects, which will engage and challenge while also providing success.
Spruce Street School
914 Virginia Ave, 206-621-9211, Website
Spruce Street School is a nurturing educational community that instills in a broad range of children the social, emotional, and intellectual skills for lifelong participation in a diverse society. Spruce Street School offers kindergarten through fifth grade students highly personalized instruction, supporting their social-emotional development as well as academic excellence. Students are encouraged to anchor their learning in real-world applications, preparing them to be enthusiastic lifelong learners and able contributors to society.