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Catalyst Public Schools: Now Enrolling for the 2022-2023 School Year!

March 13, 2022

What is Catalyst?

Catalyst: Bremerton is a tuition free, non-profit charter public school operating in Bremerton. Catalyst began in the fall of 2020 and was unanimously approved by the Washington State Charter School Commission.

Catalyst  is open to ALL students regardless of ability, needs or zip code.  Families do not need to live in Bremerton to attend the school.  

In  the 2022-2023 school year we plan to serve scholars in grades K-8. Our  mission is to support our diverse scholars to live full lives and to  succeed in college, career, and life. Scholars will find their purpose  and passion so that they can cultivate the critical hope, optimism and  leadership essential to be catalysts in their community and world.

Our Approach

A  scholar's day at Catalyst is designed to ensure that they are engaged  in deeper learning and that their learning is personalized. We leverage a  co-teaching model to ensure that scholars and teachers meet in small  groups daily so that our teachers can know the needs of each and every  scholar. Programs such as our Change-Maker Space and Wellness + Purpose  blocks ensure that scholars cultivate the leadership needed to make  positive community change and ensure that our scholars' holistic  wellness is developed. Each day at Catalyst begins with a period called  Sunrise and ends with Sunset so that we support the social and emotional  development of our scholars.

How to Register

Since  October first, we have begun accepting applications for the 2022-2023  school year. All Scholars in grades K-8 are welcome to enroll. Send in  your application soon if you have not done so already by following the  link below!

https://www.catalystpublicschools.org/enroll

Want to see us in action?

Sign up for a socially distanced tour of our school community! Stop in to see  our classrooms thriving and growing with knowledge and positivity. See  our young change makers discovering how to lead change in our  communities.