Chartwell School’s Summer CORE Program is academically focused and open to any student who would beneﬁt from specialized instruction or would like to maintain progress achieved over the preceding academic year. Designed to reinforce and build upon each student’s literacy, math and STEAM skills, the program offers hands-on activities that spark the imagination and curiosity. Students are active and socially engaged throughout the day.
Our goal is to guide children toward becoming healthy, curious, and conﬁdent learners. And, for students planning to attend Chartwell in the fall, the summer program is also a great way to become acquainted with our faculty, other students, and our expansive campus. This head start on academic and social learning ensures a smooth and successful transition in the fall.
Students rotate between Literacy Skills, Math Skills, and a STEAM/Makers curriculum:
- Literacy Skills: Students develop reading skills, reading comprehension skills, writing, organizational skills, and study skills.
- Math Skills: Students work on reviewing math concepts and growing their skills and proficiency.
- STEAM/Makers Program: Students practice principles of science through technology, engineering, art, and mathematics while answering an essential question using a hands-on and project-based-learning model.
June 18 - Orientation
June 21 - Program Begins
July 5 - No Classes
July 16 - Last Day