An education at Chartwell is not a luxury—it’s a necessity. This is something our students and donors understand well. Research proves that without intervention, many students with learning variations will not graduate from high school, let alone attend college. At Chartwell, students gain the academic skills, confidence, creativity and perseverance needed to succeed in mainstream education, and in life.
Before coming to Chartwell, many of our students dreamed of liking school, of understanding their assignments, of teachers who wouldsupport them, of administrators who would believe in them, of letters and grammar and diction that would make sense to them. At Chartwell, these dreams come true, and the students begin to dream even bigger. Students leave Chartwell with the tools and hope they’ll need to pursue those big dreams. We have seen Chartwell alumni—who were once terrified and incapable of reading aloud or composing a sentence—become successful entrepreneurs, artists, lawyers, teachers, performers and much more.
You can help these young people realize their dreams by giving to Chartwell. Each donor, from those who send $20 every year for financial aid to those who give $100,000 to the annual fund, contributes to the success our students. Each gift helps build a bright future for our children—a future they deserve.
Chartwell is a non-profit school and while tuition covers some of the school’s operating expenses, it does not cover all of the costs of educating our students. Each year Chartwell works to make up that difference with the support of generous individuals, foundations and corporations. We welcome donations in any form, and invite donors to contact Diana Trapani, Director of Advancement, at 831.394.3468 ext 1020, or email@example.com with any questions. You can also give today, by using the secure donation button bellow. Thank you!
Chartwell School is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations to Chartwell School are tax deductible according to IRS regulations. (Tax ID #77-0119013).
"I have never had so much pleasure learning so much. Chartwell taught me the value of perseverance, pride and confidence."
– Scott Fosmark, alumnus