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Open Enrollment Begins for 2015-16!


42 N. Water Street, Port Hadlock, WA
[email protected]

Because of your interest in the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, I am sending you this important announcement below. I would greatly appreciate it if you would share this message with your friends and acquaintances.If you have any questions after reading, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We want to help make everyone’s wooden boat-building dreams come true!
Pamela Roberts
Director of Education and Students Services Administrator
360-385-4948 ext. 307
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361Open Enrollment has begun at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding for the  2015-16 school year and space is limited – so we encourage those interested in applying to contact us now for priority placement. Our new cohort of students will begin classes on October 1, 2015 and graduate the following September 16, 2016.
The boat school provides an individualized, private school experience within a close-knit community of traditional wooden boat builders. A wide variety of students attend and are welcome in the school, including those pursuing careers as future shipwrights, as well as retirees exploring long-delayed dreams of working with wood. No previous woodworking experience is required.
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding is accredited as a private institution of higher learning through the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAColleges (ACCSC). Our full-time programs are all accelerated – the 12-month Associate Degree of Occupational Studies (AOS) as well as the 9-month diploma programs – helping students quickly move forward in their career and educational goals, as well as keeping school affordable.
Teacher to student ratios (1/12) ensure that individual attention and care are given to each learner. Students flourish in our traditional, supportive apprenticeship model. Our team of highly experienced teachers have been instructing boat-building students for a combined total of over 100 years.
Located on a pristine harbor of Port Townsend Bay, students enjoy the school’s rich natural setting on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.
Our facilities include historic buildings, as well as new workshops for contemporary projects.

How can we help make your wooden boat-building dreams come true?

Contact Us!

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding

[email protected]
42 N. Water Street
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
(360) 385-4948 ext. 307