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Chelsea School's After School Tutoring Program - Fall Session

Chelsea School's After School Tutoring Program is accepting open enrollment for the Fall Session beginning September 2nd, 2014. Schedule: Monday-Thursday 4:00 - 6:00pm - Register online here.


This program is open to anyone age 9-21 and specializes in remediation through Differentiated Instruction. Our tutors are licensed teachers and/or specialists with many years of experience. Tutoring sessions are organized in a one on one setting and/or in small groups according to students' needs. Our current programs include: Speech and Language Skills, Writing, Research and Advanced Writing, Mathematics, Reading (Skills, Fluency and Comprehension), ACT/SAT Prep, Social Skills, and Study Skills and Organization. Our tutoring program is open to current Chelsea students, High School Grads who are starting college, and any other students.

 

 


 

tutoring2Introducing Chelsea School's Afterschool Tutoring Program! Chelsea School Tutoring specializes in remediation through Differentiated Instruction. Our tutors are licensed teachers and/or specialists with many years of experience. We serve students aged 9 to 21 years in a one on one setting and/or in small groups according to their needs. Our current programs include: Speech and Language Skills, Writing, Research and Advanced Writing, Mathematics, Reading (Skills, Fluency and Comprehension), ACT/SAT Prep, Social Skills, and Study Skills and Organization. Our tutoring program is open to current Chelsea students, Chelsea Grads who are starting college, and any other students. Enrollment is now open for our summer session, beginning July 8th, 2014. Schedule: Tuesday-Thursday 1:00 - 4:00 - Register online here

 

 

 

 Chelsea Logo - verticleChelsea School ESY Program Starts Soon
ESY (Extended School Year) runs from July 7 through August 8 from 8:45 am - 12:45 pm. While priority is given to our Chelsea students, ESY services are available to non-Chelsea students as well - Click here for more information.

 

 

 Congratulations to These School Scholarship Award Winners! 

 

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BALTIMORE – Sixty-one Maryland students with disabilities will receive scholarship awards in honor of their achievements from the Michael Cardin Scholarship Committee of the Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities (MANSEF). The scholarship ceremony will take place Monday, June 9, 2014, during a luncheon beginning at 12 noon at the Ten Oaks Ballroom, 5000 Signal Bell Lane in Clarksville, Md.

The students – who all attend or previously attended a Maryland nonpublic special education school – are challenged by a range of physical, emotional and learning disabilities and were nominated for the awards by their schools in recognition of their perseverance and hard work. The awards will allow the students to take part in a range of academic, training or extracurricular activities.

The following current and past Chelsea School students will be recieving awards:

Jessenia Barron is a Prince George’s County Public School student attending The Chelsea School who will use her scholarship to attend Montgomery College and study Illustration.

Joseph Barron is a Prince George’s County Public School student attending The Chelsea School who will use his scholarship for tuition at Capitol College where he will major in Computer Engineering.

James Domchick is a student at Chelsea School who will use his scholarship to attend Landmark College in Vermont - summer program for high school students where he will learn writing techniques and strategies for success in school.

• Justin Ferrell is a District of Columbia Public School student attending Chelsea School who will use his scholarship for tuition to attend Marshall University where he will pursue a degree in Animal Sciences.

• Bradley Holland II, a previous Cardin scholar who had attended The Chelsea School. Bradley will use his scholarship for tuition to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree at Frostburg State University.

• Sequan Onley is a District of Columbia Public School student attending The Chelsea School who will use his scholarship to pursue a BA degree at West Virginia Wesleyan College.

• Shakira Ramsey, a previous Cardin Scholar from Prince George’s Public School who attended The Chelsea School. Shakira will use her scholarship to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree at High Point University.

• DeAntre Watkins is a previous Cardin Scholar who attended The Chelsea School. He will be using his scholarship to obtain a B.A. Degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College.

• Paul Schad a Prince George’s County Public School student attending The Chelsea School will use his scholarship for tuition to obtain a Computer Science Degree at The University of Maryland.

Click here for the full list of winners 

  


 


 

 

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