Chartwell empowers students with dyslexia and associated learning differences to unlock their full potential. We provide a college preparatory, strength-based program that gives students the skills, strategies, tools and mindset needed to become successful lifelong learners. We share our expertise through partnerships and outreach initiatives to transform education.
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Since our creation in 1983, Chartwell has fostered an environment that prioritizes inclusivity because of the student populations we serve and their learning and language based differences, like dyslexia. Over the last 40 years, we have grown and developed our understanding of what inclusion means for our students.
A new drone class has arrived on campus and our students are thrilled to be learning about the ins and outs of the flying world.
Lower school students are learning about entrepreneurship and the characteristics and processes that it takes in order to be a successful entrepreneur.
Chartwell students are introduced to world cultures through music on World Music Wednesdays and started the year off strong with a performance of Hawaiian song and dance.
Lower School students celebrate International Dot Day with engineering and art projects inspired by Peter H. Reynolds' book The Dot.
Middle school students in Mr. Postadan's cooking elective are learning the basic of cooking and putting their own spin on classic recipes.
Chartwell's first high school volleyball team hits the courts with enthusiasm and excitement as athletes build their foundational skills and develop camaraderie with their fellow teammates.
High school student Lala Schembari-Willard designed, engineered, and assembled a gaga ball pit as a passion project in engineering class.
Chartwell is excited to offer branded spirit wear to families, alumni, faculty, and friends. Show your Chartwell pride at school or in the community and purchase t-shirts, jackets, vests, and hats online here. Go Bulldogs!