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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The 2023-2024 Yearbook is in full production and our high school students are getting especially creative this year.
Every holiday season for the last decade, lower school students gather in McMahan Hall to participate in a day-long service project in collaboration with Dorothy’s Kitchen.
This year, Chartwell students embarked on a hands-on approach to learning leadership skills.
Physics can be a daunting course in high school - and so much depends upon how it is introduced to a student and if it is made accessible. Teacher Garrett Rowe is doing just that by making physics interesting, exciting, engaging and fun.
Last month, the entire middle division of students spent two nights at The Camp in Carmel Valley to enjoy the outdoors, connect with their teachers in a new environment, and get to know each other better.
Chartwell unveils a new skateboarding ramp on campus and students are overjoyed at the new addition.
Congratulations to the Silver and Green Basketball teams for finishing their first game of the season!
This November, the dynamic teacher trio of Sonya Navarro, Miriam Romero, and Nena Prakash hosted a vibrant celebration of Día De Los Muertos on the Chartwell campus.
Last month, Dr. Pablo "Popi" Borboroglu, the founder of the Global Penguin Society and 2023 Indianapolis Prize Winner, visited Chartwell and spoke with our lower school students about the 18 different penguin species concentrated in the Southern Hemisphere, 55% of which are listed as threatened.