The Graham School

Meet The Graham School staff!At The Graham School, teachers and staff prepare students for life long learning and informed citizenship through real-world experiences and rigorous academics.
TGS Staff
TGS Students Students in May classes learned more about community resources, including the COTA. A COTA representative came to The Graham School and had a discussion before boarding the bus to learn more!
TGS students on COTA bus
The Graham School students hard at work in biology class!
TGS biology students
TGS Math ClassStudents in Andy Reardon's math class were collaborating on articles that provided a bridge to math and real word experiences. The issue of economic inequality was the topic/issue and students will finish the study graphing the inequalities seen throughout the decades in America. 
TGS math class
Physiology Class In Genevieve's Anatomy and Physiology class, students are testing the endurance of muscles over a 7 minute period.  
Physiology Class

Upcoming Events

Feb
18

No School - Presidents Day

Mon Feb 18 2019
Feb
19

OELPA Testing

Tue Feb 19 2019
to Thu Feb 28 2019

Feb
27
Mar
1

End of Quarter 3

Fri Mar 1 2019
Mar
2

Have A Heart

Sat Mar 2 2019
Mar
4

Student Led Conferences

Mon Mar 4 2019
to Thu Mar 7 2019

News

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Have a Heart - Saturday, March 2, 2019

Please join The Graham Family of Schools for Have a Heart! Saturday, March 2, 2019 - 6:00-9:00pm at Peace Hall at Ohio Dominican University. Featuring nationally recognized educational leader and innovator Steven Levy. Please consider donating items to the silent auction. We are looking for a wide variety of items and services.  For more information, please contact Jennifer Waddell at waddell.1@TheCharlesSchool.org or 614-258-8588.

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Attendance is Important!

Attendance is Important!

Attending school daily is critical to student success. Ohio’s new House Bill 410 law requires a preventative approach to excessive student absences.  An Attendance Team has been established to work with our students and families to help improve daily attendance. Note* – Missing as few as 2 days per month is considered chronically absent! We want to see your student in school every day!

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