Chelsea School

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


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Do More 24 - June 4th


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On June 4th, Do More 

Do you want to create positive change in the Washington metropolitan area? 
Join us for Do More 24! The third annual Do More 24 online fundraiser will begin at 12:00 AM and end at 11:59 PM on June 4th. We’re running a Do More 24 campaign.
Do More 24 is powered by United Way of the National Capital Area. The innovative fundraiser brings together more than 500 nonprofits that serve in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. 
Last year, we raised $4,000 through Do More 24. This year, with your support, we hope to raise $10,000.

We hope you will join us for Do More 24. Here’s what you can do!

Donate. On June 4th, go to


Spread the word. Ask your friends and family to join you in creating positive change on June 4th.

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Summer STEAM Program -- Reserve Your Spot Now!

Students with assistive and instructional technology

Summer STEAM Program Pricing

$599 - Half Day (1:00-4:30)

$999 - Full Day (9:00-4:30)

PTO Fundraiser Auction - Catalog and Ticket Pre-Order Available Now


Chelsea School’s 2015 PTO Fundraiser Auction



Auction Catalog


Auction Tickets Here


Live & Silent Auction On

Friday, May 15, 2015

Beginning at 7:00pm

At Chelsea School

2970 Belcrest Center Drive, 4th Floor

(Suite 300)

Hyattsville, MD 20782

This lively, welcoming event features food, fun, a 50/50 drawing & great auction items.


Alumni Alex Navari Describes his Challenge Alaska Adventure


Chelsea Alumni, Alex Navari did something unique with his 'gap year' between High School and College -- after graduating, he spent the next 10 months serving others and gaining experience in an organization called The Anchorage Service Adventure Unit.
In 1997, The Anchorage Service Adventure Unit was started -- a ten-month voluntary service program for men and women ages 17 to 20 who come together from all over the country  to live together for a year in community and work at non-profit organizations, including  Habitat for Humanity, Challenge Alaska, Homeward Bound and Children's Lunchbox.
Some highlights of Alex's service were traveling to some of the Native Villages to see how The Bureau of Land Management interacts with the Alaskan Natives.
Here are some of his thoughts about the trip: