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Mr. Santos leads a lower school class in learning to play the xylophone.

Ms. Garcia leads structured literacy for some of our youngest learners.

Two new modulars on campus will help provide space for our growing high school. 

Students in Ms. Ford's class participated in the "We Are Connected" activity which shows how everyone is connected through a web of string. Students learn that one person can affect others in the group if they "drop their piece."

Students made straw rockets in the Mrs. McClellands after school program rockets class. 

Judo has been added as a Frioday elective this year. 

News & Stories

Modulars Provide More Space for Growing High School

Just last fall we announced the opening of Building 500, an addition of three more classrooms, large, open decks, and dedicated bathrooms for the high school. By last spring, it became clear more space would be needed for the rapidly growing high school. Two new modular buildings - each with two classrooms - were added to the campus earlier this month.

Fall Project Theme: Careers

Chartwell High School is rooted in project-based learning. Each school year is broken into four themed Project Periods. During each Project Period, the curriculum is shaped around a particular driving question and students engage in the production of a project that explores that question. This quarter Chartwell high school students will be pondering the driving question, “What is a good career for me and why?"

Chartwell’s Inaugural High School Athletics Season

With the growth of the high school and an increased interest in sports, Chartwell High School is launching its first competitive athletics teams this year. We will start the year with basketball and wrestling, and offer golf in the spring. Garrett Benjamin joined Chartwell this year and will be the athletic director for the high school. Mr. Benjamin joins us from Saint Francis School in Mountain View where he coached golf, wrestling, football, and softball, in addition to his teaching and administrative responsibilities.

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