Experience the Success
Students who need more than what traditional classrooms provide find that Brightmont Academy helps them achieve progress and gain the self-confidence necessary to support lifelong learning and success.
Contact our experienced Redmond Campus Director, Sheila Harrison, to find out more about Brightmont Academy. She will work with you and your child to design the most effective, personalized instructional plan and choose experienced teachers who best fit your child’s academic needs and learning style.
Call Sheila at (425) 373-0800 or email her at redmond@BrightmontAcademy.com today!
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Meet Sheila Harrison
Redmond Campus Director
“I enjoy helping to create the one-to-one instruction program that is tailored for each student’s unique needs in order to provide the opportunity for students to experience academic success and gain the self-confidence to support lifelong learning.”
In her experience as a teacher, lead teacher, and now Campus Director, Sheila has seen for herself how students thrive with one-to-one instruction. As both a leader and mentor, she is committed to providing a welcoming environment and a customized program that work together to help all students reach their full potential.
With 30 years of experience as a skilled educator and school administrator, Sheila has both developed and implemented individualized instruction to support the specific needs of each student. She understands the variety of techniques that can encourage students’ critical thinking, and foster interest and understanding of academic subjects.
Sheila earned a bachelor’s degree in special education from Western Washington University and a master of education from the University of Washington. She holds an administrator’s credential from Seattle University.
Address and Phone
Redmond, WA 98052
Marymoor Park and I-520 in Redmond Town Center.
Accredited by NWAC, a division of AdvancED.
Approved by the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).