Who Should Apply
Is Chartwell a good fit?
- Struggle with any type of language-based learning difficulty. Students also may have attention deficit disorder, ADD or ADHD.
- Experience difficulty acquiring literacy skills (reading and spelling)
- Experience difficulty with written expression, mathematics, processing information, working memory, organization, study skills, time management or other executive functioning skills
- Are of average to above-average cognitive ability
- Challenged in other academic environments due to the need for more specialized learning support
- Supported by their parents in terms of the policies and guidelines set out by Chartwell School
- Motivated to participate in the school’s programs and show evidence that they understand their learning differences
- Have not been diagnosed with a conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder or any other emotional or behavioral differences
The best way to find out if Chartwell is a fit for your family is to request more information or contact Danielle Patterson, director of outreach and family engagement, at (831) 394-3468 or email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.