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Charterhouse Student Performs at LIVE ART

  Sophia put her head down, not wanting to talk about being “famous.” She grabbed her child-sized scissors, and began cutting the Target ad into small pieces. Her teacher, Jessica Nelson, tried to engage Sophia, hoping she would warm up enough to answer questions. “Why do you like your drama class?” I asked. “Do you […]

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Ten of our Favorite Autism Quotes

For Autism Awareness Month we’ve put together a list of our 10 favorite quotes from and about people on the Autism Spectrum.

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Courage to Succeed Interest Luncheon

The Courage to Succeed program is hosting a free Interest Luncheon on February 18th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Charterhouse School auditorium at UMFS.

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It’s time for Hoops for Heart!

To donate to the American Heart Association’s Hoops For Heart event hosted by the staff and students at Charterhouse School – Edinburg February 15 click here.

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Holiday Market

The Charterhouse School Holiday Market will take place on December 7th from 11 – 2 in the Culinary Classroom (connected to the dining hall).

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Paper Tigers Screening – November 16th 6:30 pm

Charterhouse School and UMFS invite you to come join the growing trauma-informed/resliency movement as we host a community screening of the award-winning documentary Paper Tigers with a short opportunity for discussion to follow. Paper Tigers follows a year in the life of an alternative high school that has radically changed its approach to disciplining its […]

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Steve Floyd Receives VAISEF Partlow Insurance Best Practice Award

Charterhouse School – Richmond Social Studies Teacher, Steve Floyd, was awarded the Partlow Insurance Best Practices Award at the VAISEF Fall Conference for his experiential learning project, “Humans of Richmond”.  Based on the wildly popular “Humans of New York” photo series, Mr. Floyd and his students explored the city of Richmond and interviewed people off the street. […]

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Welcome Kay Currie, new Charterhouse School principal!

New Charterhouse School principal Kay Currie has hit the ground running and is excited for the start of the school year.

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Back to School Tips

The beginning of a school year can be challenging for any child but adjusting to the new routine can be especially testing for those with autism or other neurological differences.

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Courage to Succeed students host benefit concert at Capital Ale House

Students in Charterhouse School’s Courage to Succeed program have planned a benefit concert at Capital Ale House Richmond to raise funds for Children’s Miracle Network Richmond. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door. A raffle ticket will be included with the entrance ticket and there will be a drawing to win a […]

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