Pleasant Hill Learning Campus5830 NW Topeka BlvdTopeka KS 66617785-575-8770Assistant Principal, Travis BrownPleasant Hill Learning Campus houses the VIKING VOYAGER Program and the VIKING QUEST Program. These alternative school programs serve both middle school and high school students. The programs help and guide students to continue their education and work towards graduation.
The Viking Voyager is an alternate school for special education students of the Seaman USD 345 School District. The program is entering its seventh year at the Pleasant Hill Learning Campus. All students who attend the VV program are Seaman High School students and will graduate from Seaman High School.
The Viking Voyager (VV) has two full time teachers, Mr. Bruce Owens and Mr. Stephen Miller and a part time teacher Mrs. Pam Besser. The program has four and a half para-professional educators and a full time para-professional health aide/secretary person named Jennifer Ayers.
We are very proud of our program and the accomplishments of both students and staff. We pride ourselves in providing a very safe and positive educational environment for all.
Viking Quest is an alternative school for regular education students for the Seaman USD 345 School District. The Viking Quest (VQ) is entering its seventh year of operation located in the Pleasant Hill Learning Campus. The majority of classes are on-line courses that are aligned to the districts curriculum and meets all state standards for both middle school and high school requirements. All high school students will be enrolled and graduate as a Seaman High School student.
The VQ has two full time teachers, Mrs. Carey Willmer, and Ms. Kelly Muxlow. We have a full time Security Resource Officer (SRO) named George Salehar and we also have a part time social worker named Kelli Hegarty. This entire staff is here to help, aide and guide our youth to a better today and even greater tomorrow.
We are very proud of the program and the success of both students and staff. We continue to strive to help, aide and guide our students towards graduation and a successful high school career.