Through a process of adult and organizational transformation, we teach children the values and life skills necessary for a successful life, one filled with caring, contribution and commitment, empowering each child with:
Between our two non-public special education day schools and our tuition-free public charter schools, the close of the school year is a busy time for the TranZed Alliance. It is also perhaps the best time to see our students’ transformations.
At The Children’s Guild Special Education Day Schools…
The Children’s Guild believes children learn better when they are engaged. To create interest and encourage active participation in the subject matter, we employ the Project-Based Learning Model in both our special education and public charter schools. Under this model, students learn by doing, providing them with usable, transferable skills while simultaneously stimulating their interest in school and learning. This semester, students in our special education schools learned about entrepreneurship by developing original business ideas, including a marketing plan, expenses, and projected earnings. Museum Day is their chance to show off their hard work and celebrate a successful semester. Check out our awesome students and their original business ideas!
When you think of high school, you think of prom–it’s a staple milestone for upperclassmen, ours included. Both our Baltimore and Prince George’s campuses celebrated theirs in style.
At our tuition-free Public Charter Schools…
End of year projects:
Each of our charter schools holds a promotional ceremony for its kindergarten and fifth grade students in addition to graduation ceremonies for each school’s eight graders.
Gallery from fifth grade promotion at Monarch Glen Burnie: