Thank you for considering Chartwell School. We welcome calls and emails from prospective students, families, and community members.
Our students have average or better intelligence but may have struggled in traditional classrooms due to dyslexia or other learning disabilities and academic challenges. We provide co-ed students ages 5-18 with the skills, knowledge, and tools they need to succeed.
A Chartwell education includes: small class sizes, a 1:5 teacher-to-student ratio, attention to learning styles, emphasis on social skills and character building, multi-sensory learning, integrated technology, enrichment activities, sports, and a healthful, green campus.
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Summer School 2014 - Register Today!
Registration for Chartwell's Summer School Programs for students aged 6-18 is now open. In addition to our CORE Academic Skills Program, we are offering a number of exciting Enrichment courses for Summer 2014, including an Underwater Robotics class! For more information, click here to navigate to our Summer School page, or click on the cover below to download a Summer School 2014 information packet. If you have any questions, please contact our admissions office at 831-394-3468 ext. 1025 or email@example.com. We hope to see you this summer!
Tuition Support for 2014-2015
Chartwell's Tuition Support Fund offers 15% tuition assistance to new students for the 2014-15 academic year. We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity by contacting our admissions office at 831-394-3468 ext. 1025 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2013 Newsletter - 30th Anniversary Issue
Click on the cover below to read the latest news at Chartwell School and The New High School Project.
Click here to download a printable PDF.
We welcome interested families, educators, and community members to attend our monthly Open House events. Guests can meet faculty and staff, tour our campus, and learn more about our K-8 and high school programs. Children and teens are welcome!
In this workshop, Chartwell counselor Carolyn Kelleher, LFMT, will discuss strategies to help parents maintain boundaries as adolescents push for independence. Participants will learn about the developmental issues of adolescents from both a cognitive development and behavioral perspective. This seminar will offer valuable insight for both parents and educators of teens and pre-teens. Join us!
The mission of Chartwell School is to diagnostically educate students with specific learning variations, including dyslexia, in a way that provides them with the academic skills, confidence, creativity and perseverance necessary to meet the challenges of mainstream education and lifelong learning.