Chartwell School serves students with dyslexia and other related and associated learning differences who are not currently reaching their full potential. We do this in grades 1-12 by providing targeted and direct instruction to empower them with the skills, strategies, tools and social-emotional mindset they need to thrive in college and beyond. Read More
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Each year, AIM Youth for Mental Health sponsors an Awareness Design Challenge and invites students to submit an ad that promotes their cause. Six students submitted posters and one received an Honorable Mention and will be honored this mornth.
Earlier this month, our three students participating in FIRST Robotics Competition, Paige S., Alexa G., and Matthew B., joined their teammates in Plus Ultra Robotics at the Silicon Valley Regional competition at San Jose University. This unique three-day event saw over 50 teams from far away - including international teams - working in alliances to garner points in hopes to compete in the finals on Sunday.
A new bell system on the Chartwell campus has been a point of debate - and education - for the community.
Under the patient and encouraging guidance of Ms. Emily Garber, thirteen lower school students have been working weekly on a videotaped production of The Wizard of Oz.
This year, Coach Reggie Roberts started the Bulldog Wrestling Academy (BWA) for our lower and middle school students. More than 30 students signed-up and have been practicing on the mats in McMahan Hall twice a week.
Chartwell’s inaugural high school athletics program has highlighted the courage, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship of our athletes and community. Despite an ever-changing schedule and many canceled games due to the pandemic, our teams developed significantly and made the school proud on every level.