Hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Located in midtown Anchorage, the Anchorage Learning Center (ALC) is on the second floor of the Northwest Building at 4241 B Street, Suite 203. We moved to this location recently and have been enjoying the change. We have a great view of Cuddy Park and the Chugach mountains.

The ALC is available to all our local homeschool families. Samples of curriculum can be found in a nook at the learning center. We have a small lending library where students or parents can check out a book. We have a post-secondary corner that offers information to those exploring options after high school. In our play area, we have toys, coloring pages, and LEGOs to occupy kiddos while at the learning center. There is also an area that displays free curriculum and books.

PACE’s 3D printer is housed at the ALC. Students who are taking a 3D design course, and live in the area, can watch their finished products be printed. Students have also joined by video to watch the process. It is an exciting tool available to our students!

You are always welcome to stop by the Learning Center if you want to pick up curriculum, have questions answered, or just to say hi and maybe have a coffee and visit with us. If you have any questions about parent reimbursements, or need help creating purchase requests, feel free to stop by.


4241 B Street, Suite 203
Anchorage, AK 99503

Local Phone: 907-677-0992

Fax: 907-677-9664

Donna Sheldon

Donna Sheldon

Administrative Assistant

Kimberly McMillan

Kimberly McMillan

Contact Teacher

Mollie Harings

Mollie Harings


Anchorage Homeschool Staff

The Anchorage Learning Center currently has three staff members. Donna Sheldon is our administrative assistant who works half of the time at the ALC and the other half at the Matsu Learning Center in Wasilla. Kimberly McMillan works as a contact teacher. Mollie Harings works as contact teacher and principal of PACE. 



The ALC has a workshop, activity, or field trip almost every month during the school year. The events have ranged from visits to the Musk Ox Farm, to Paint Nights, to Fall Crafts at the learning center. It is fun to get together with families to catch up on not only academics, but also all the fun they are having outside of school.


Anchorage resources for homeschool families

Anchorage businesses with homeschoolers in mind!


*If you know of others, please let us know so we can add them to this list! Want to know what else is out there for homeschoolers in Anchorage? Check out*: Anchorage Homeschooler’s Network on Facebook. If you have other resources you use, please share with us.