Sprouting Seeds

Sprouting Seeds is our afternoon enrichment program for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The Sprouting Seeds cooperative community is made up of two outstanding teachers and a small group of dedicated parents and their children. Public, private and home school students take part in Sprouting Seeds.


Scroll down for program details:

  • Philosophy
  • Curriculum
  • Co-Op Model
  • Schedule
  • Tuition
  • Forms
  • Location & Contact Info


The families of Sprouting Seeds have created an alternative learning community by embracing the talents of both teachers and parents, who collaborate in developing the curriculum each quarter. We foster our children’s inherent desire to learn by integrating traditional academics with dynamic curricula and contextual education.


Our primary enrichment program is centered on extended unit studies. Every week in the classroom, children are involved in home- or class-reading book discussions, contextual math, classroom responsibilities, seasonal studies, journaling, and in-depth projects related to unit topics. Parents and teachers meet regularly to design each unit’s curriculum, and parents develop unit-related projects to share with the students in class.  Classroom assistance is provided by each parent through facilitating projects, lending literary support at journaling, and providing nourishing snacks for the class.

Co-Op Model

We are a not-for-profit cooperative, meaning we have no paid administrative staff. Parents serve on the board, help in the classroom, provide snacks and raise funds, all of which keeps tuition affordable.

Plus, the bonds parents and families form through their involvement are among our school’s greatest strengths.


Our schedule changes each year to accommodate the specific needs of enrolled families.

All quarters (10 weeks)

K-1: Tuesdays, 12:30-3:30 p.m.

Grades 2-5: Wednesdays, 12:30-4 p.m.

All students: Fridays, 12:30-4 p.m.


Sprouting Seeds Rates

Tuition Rate 10%


(Second Child)

15% Discount

(Third Child)

Meeting fee per family due Fall only  


due first payment of school year

Supplies fee per child per quarter  


due first payment every quarter

Youngers –  









Olders –  









Writer’s Workshop $190/quarter


Registration Form

Membership Agreement

Emergency Contact

Authorization Form

Physician Statement

Reimbursement Request

Spirit-Wear Order Form

212 E. Main Street in Battle Ground, Washington (across the street from Andersen Dairy)

Contact information:

General inquiry e-mail: columbiakidsinfo@gmail.com
Please leave a message – 360-687-2730 
P.O. Box 1294 , Battle Ground, WA 98604

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