Charyl Stockwell Academy

The Journey of Learning is ImportantCharyl Stockwell Academy
www.csaschool.org

Charyl Stockwell Academy (K-5)
9758 East Highland Road
Howell, MI 48843 (810) 632-2200

Charyl Stockwell Preparatory Academy (6-12)
1032 Karl Greimel Drive
Brighton, MI 48116
High School (810) 225-9940
Middle School (810) 225-9943

Charyl Stockwell Academy provides a safe place for children to grow and learn from childhood to adolescence. At CSA we provide a need fulfilling learning environment that is based on high expectations for quality work and academic performance, and educates the whole child. Our educational model addresses the intellectual/academic, social/emotional, moral/character, and physical development of each individual child. The educational methodologies we utilize at CSA are grounded in best educational practice, supported by extensive research. One of the top schools for gifted children in Michigan, Charyl Stockwell Academy stands for intellectual rigor within a warm and nurturing environment, free of coercive methods and interventions with children. Research on the brain and learning presents compelling evidence that children must feel emotionally safe in a school setting in order to fully maximize their learning potential.

Charyl Stockwell Academy

 

We utilize a continuous progress / mastery learning model, with programs for gifted students, to insure intellectual rigor; we promote methods that build upon every child’s intrinsic motivation to learn to insure an emotionally safe and need-fulfilling environment, and we have infused a strong character education program to insure that a child’s moral development is addressed within the school curriculum.

Unique Qualities of  Charyl Stockwell Academy

  • is a tuition free public school
  • is a Michigan Public School Academy
  • Uses a character education program called Smart Character Choices
  • offers programs for gifted students based on the work of Dr. Barbara Clark and
    Dr. AnneMarie Roeper
  • is implementing the Quality School model of Dr. William Glasser
  • uses the High/Scope developmental model for class organization
  • integrates the Pentathlon math games into its math instruction
  • uses a Teacher Support Team system to prevent learning
    failure and to provide special help to students with special needs and uses a non-labeled, full inclusion approach to special education
  • is a member of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA)