LOCATION & FACILITY

1625 19th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

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Located at the corner of 18th and Madison in Seattle's Central District, The Hatch School is situated near multiple transit lines, park space, and program partners for PE, arts, and athletics.

Our hope is that most HATCH students will find that public transportation is a great way to get to school, and The Hatch School provides an ORCA card to every student in support of this goal. The King County Trip Planner is a great place to start to find out what your commute to The Hatch School via transit would look like.

The Hatch School is also accessible by bicycle (we have covered bike storage available), foot, and car.

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Welcome to HATCH!

The heart of our campus is right through our entrance at the corner of 18th & Madison. Two small courtyards provide outdoor gathering spaces right outside our doors.

Humanities Classroom

The Hatch School's facility includes 4 classrooms, allowing us to serve up to 80 students at this location.

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The four classrooms have varied footprints and amenities, making them suitable for a wide range of instructional practice.

Science Classroom

Science is a central part of The Hatch School's program, so we've made an investment into having a facility where students can conduct experiments.

Lunchroom & Gathering Space

HATCH has access to a large space where the entire student body can gather together. As we grow, this room will be used for lunch, as well as for assemblies and other programming.

Flex Space

Students and faculty gather in this flexible space to work in small groups during classes, eat lunch, or to lounge and socialize.

Public transport - 7:45 a.m. departure

This map shows where a student can board public transit by 7:45 a.m. and arrive at The Hatch School in time for class.

The Hearing, Speech, and Deaf Center

The Hatch School shares space with the Hearing, Speech, and Deaf Center. HSDC serves and advocates for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. HATCH benefits from programmatic ties with HSDC, with collaborations with the Rosen preschool and student support of HSDC's advocacy work through the Work/LIFE program both in development.

Public Transport - 8:00 a.m. departure

This map shows where a student can board public transit by 8:00 a.m. and arrive at The Hatch School in time for class. Stops for bus routes 2, 8, 10, 11, 12, 43, and 48 are within a 5 minute walk from HATCH.

We anticipate that The Hatch School will outgrow its first home before our inaugural class graduates, and we are already looking for a more permanent location.

This map shows our target area, and we require that The Hatch School be readily accessible by public transit. Potential neighborhoods include Madison Valley, the Central District, Judkins Park, Mount Baker, Beacon Hill, and Columbia City.