"Simple words cannot express the amazing work that you can do at Chatham Academy. You turn the impossible to possible, the difficult to so much easier, and the unimaginable to the doable."
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Accreditations are an affirmation by professional peer evaluators that a school is what it declares to be, is in accordance with standards set by the academic community, and is committed to continuous improvement. Additionally, Chatham Academy is affiliated with many organizations that are dedicated to educating children with learning differences.
Chatham Academy is accredited by the following organizations:
Chatham Academy is a member of the following organizations:
Chatham Academy has designed classrooms, teaching techniques and curriculum to allow each child to experience success. Students are grouped in classes by age and skill level. A variety of modalities and teaching methods are used in order to provide for academic success. Basic class rules are the same throughout the school to provide for consistency but allow for adaptations based on age and individual needs.
Our curriculum is based on the students' needs and is delivered through the use of research based programs and instructional strategies designed and modified for varied learning styles and differences. Teachers along with administrators and parents develop an Individual Academic Plan (IAP) for each student. Ongoing assessments include formal and informal testing, teacher observations, progress reports, and parent-teacher conferences.
Our purpose at Chatham Academy is to help each student reach their potential and to work toward their goals. In high school students take courses that follow the state guidelines which enables (entitles) them to graduate with a traditional high school diploma. Students following the college prep track take a rigorous academic program that prepares them for college. Other students use their electives to prepare for technical school or work. We encourage all students to keep their options open so they are prepared for the future as they mature and their goals change.
* All course offerings are available, but offered based of student and student population needs
English Language Arts
Framing Your Thoughts (direct instruction English)
Science (differentiated for reading levels)
Visualization and Verbalization
Adaptive Physical Education
Step up to Writing
English – 4 Units
Mathematics – 4 Units
Social Studies – 3 units
Science – 4 Units
Foreign Language – 2 units
Physical Education – .5 Units
Health – .5 Units
U. S. History
Orton-Gillingham Structured Reading
Math for Test-taking
Foundations of Algebra
General Math Skills
Foundations of Geometry