Thank you for considering Chartwell School. We welcome calls and emails from prospective students, families, and community members.
Our students have average or better intelligence but may have struggled in traditional classrooms due to dyslexia or other learning disabilities and academic challenges. We provide co-ed students ages 5-18 with the skills, knowledge, and tools they need to succeed.
A Chartwell education includes: small class sizes, a 1:5 teacher-to-student ratio, attention to learning styles, emphasis on social skills and character building, multi-sensory learning, integrated technology, enrichment activities, sports, and a healthful, green campus.
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Spring 2014 Newsletter
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Chartwell Garden Project
Chartwell's garden is getting a makeover! Through the generous volunteer support of Chartwell parent Cat Mikkelsen, our garden is undergoing a vibrant rejuvenation, with Chartwell students lending a helping hand in the process and learning a lot along the way.
To learn more about this project, visit the Chartwell Garden Project website, which includes lots of photos and regular updates about the garden's growth. If you would like to support this important contribution to our green campus, please contact Cat via the Wish List tab on the Chartwell Garden Project website. Thanks, Cat, for using your green thumb in support of our students and our mission!
Tuition Support for 2014-2015
Chartwell's Tuition Support Fund offers 15% tuition assistance to new students for the 2014-15 academic year. We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity by contacting our admissions office at 831-394-3468 ext. 1025 or email@example.com.
Chartwell School is honored to host former world champion racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart for a very special speaking engagement at our campus in Seaside. Mr. Stewart, who won three World Drivers' Championships as a Formula One driver from 1965-1973, will speak about the challenges he faced and overcame as he grew up with dyslexia in his native Scotland. Today, Mr. Stewart is the President of Dyslexia Scotland, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and supporting dyslexic students.
Please join us for this extraordinary opportunity to hear Mr. Stewart tell his inspiring story - a shining example of how dyslexic learners can use their unique gifts to overcome their struggles and achieve great success. Please RSVP by contacting us at 831-394-3468 ext. 1003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of Chartwell School is to diagnostically educate students with specific learning variations, including dyslexia, in a way that provides them with the academic skills, confidence, creativity and perseverance necessary to meet the challenges of mainstream education and lifelong learning.