Chelsea School

Serving promising students with learning differences (grades 5-12)


News & Announcements

Chelsea Students Attend Women's History Luncheon

photo.JPGIn continuation of a 30 year old tradition, Prince George's County held its Annual Women's History Month Luncheon on Thursday, March 12th, in honor of women's service to government and community. This year, Chelsea Students Diamond Washington and Nia Collington were invited to attend.

Chelsea Softball Begins This Week

ball9.JPGAttention Chelsea students and softball fans! 

Chelsea Softball begins this week. Interested players will find the sign-up list outside Mr. Bolin's office.

Practice will begin Monday, March 23, 2015. There will be a team meeting during the school day this week.

Contact Ms Carlson or Mr Bolin with any questions.




You can send leave a message for them right here:



Chelsea School PTO Auction

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The Chelsea PTO will be sponsoring its annual Charity Auction on Friday, May 15, 2015 at 7:00pm, at the Chelsea School in Hyattsville. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children, and includes dinner. This year’s proceeds will support the school’s Tuition Assistance Fund, which allows needy students with language-based disabilities to access all the successful programs that Chelsea School offers.

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Championship Game

Displaying 1517383_804143946288227_8371000272310110424_n.jpgAfter finishing the season with a 7-4 conference record during the 2014-15 season, the Chelsea Knights were given the 4th seed in the ISSAC Boys Varsity Playoffs. The Knights were able to defeat GW Community School 75-65 in the first round of the playoffs with the help of Junior Guard Darren Galvin's 33 points and Senior Forward Isaiah Waters 14 points. In the Semifinals, the Knights won a thriller over Capital City Public Charter School 65-63. Galvin lead the team with 33 points and Senior Guard Mike Long added 17. For the ISSAC finals, the Knights were pitted against the ISSAC division winner Kingsbury Day School.

Computing Students in Chelsea's Advanced Technology Program Learn through Agile Development

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Chelsea School's Advanced Technology students have taken on a software development project in a real-world environment. Using a specific Agile development method simply referred to as Scrum, students who are enrolled in Chelsea's Information Systems Management (ISM) courses and in the Web Design and Development (WebDev) track are collaborating to upgrade one of the school's essential pieces of software, a web-based application for capturing individual student needs and objectives. It’s one of the tools used to report on a student’s progress toward their IEP objectives at the end of each term.