Chatham Correspondence Program

What is the CSDCP?

The Chatham School District Correspondence Program (CSDCP) is primarily a home school program designed to serve the needs of students and their parents living within the communities of the Chatham School District. CSDCP has been reorganized to meet the growing demand for alternative educational options within our own district. We strive to provide students and parents choices and flexibility so that learning can suit each family’s needs.

Please don’t hesitate to call Megan Moody, Correspondence Coordinator, at 907-736-2204 or email her at

Flexibility is Key!

We have partnered with Oak Meadow Independent Learning—a leading home school program that enrolls over 600 students from the US and abroad. However, you are free to choose whatever homeschool option will work best for your child.

Whether you choose Oak Meadow or another vendor, you will receive an allotment to cover curricular costs. Chatham School District works with a pool of certified teachers to help you, free of charge, to custom-fit your curriculum to your family’s needs.

Options Include:
  • Timberdoodle
  • Waldorf Curriculums
  • Laurel Springs
  • And more!

CSDCP students may also enroll in selected local classes, participate in athletic programs, and use Chatham facilities for other school related activities.

Oak Meadow

Oak Meadow’s curriculum is based on rigorous academic standards and aligns with accepted national academic standards, while maintaining a commitment to providing an innovative, nature based, experiential, child-centered education.

Students learn in different ways—some by doing, others by listening, still others by seeing or reading. Oak Meadow’s curriculum is print- based by design to reinforce solid reading comprehension and study skills. Technology is thoughtfully integrated through the grade levels.