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Thank you for considering TNHSP.  We welcome calls and emails from prospective students, families, and interested members of the community.  Please contact us any time to set up a tour or a meeting. We look forward to speaking with you. 
 

New at TNHSP

Chartwell and TNHSP Spring 2015 Newsletter
For the latest news from Chartwell School and The New High School Project, click below!
  
Click here to download the newsletter as a PDF.
 
Teacher Training Institute 2015 - Register Today!
Are you a teacher, tutor, or parent who's looking to learn more about learning differences? Check out our Teacher Training Institute (TTI), a summer professional development program, where you can learn about different LD profiles, best practices in reading instruction, and more! CEU credits available. Now accepting registrations online!
 
Summer School 2015
Registration is now open for Chartwell's summer school programs, which include options for high school students! Visit our Summer School page for a full list of course offerings and descriptions. See you this summer!
 
 

Upcoming Events 

Retrospective and Graduation 
Date: June 11 (Thursday)
Time: 10:00am-12:00pm (Retrospective); 1:00pm-3:00pm (Ceremony and Graduation)
TNHSP's annual year-end celebration recognizes all students for their achievements and honors our graduating class of seniors as they look to college and careers!
 
We welcome the public to attend our Retrospective event, during which students present their work from throughout the year. We welcome families and friends to attend the Ceremony and Graduation event, where we will recognize all students for their contributions to our school community and celebrate the Class of 2015! Please RSVP for the Ceremony and Graduation at exec.assistant@chartwell.org. Join us to celebrate our students' many accomplishments!

 

We post lots of pictures and events on our Facebook page.  Click here to see it. 
 
 
 

 

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