The Charles School

Congratulations TCS@ODU Students!Congratulations to The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University students who earned their Associates of Arts degree from Ohio Dominican University on Saturday, May 19.
TCS@ODU students at ODU graduation
Meet the TCS staff!At The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University, experienced teachers prepare students for college-level work in small classes that guarantee individual attention to learning styles and students needs.Read More ▸
TCS staff

Upcoming Events

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Exams - 1/2 Days

Tue May 22 2018
to Wed May 23 2018

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Last Day of School

Wed May 23 2018
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Thu May 24 2018
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Transportation Information for 2018-19

Applications for Pupil Transportation for the 2018-2019 school year will be completed ONLINE ONLY. The deadline for applications is Friday, June 15, 2018, to allow sufficient time to route your students for the first day of school. All applications received after that time will be routed after the start of school.

You can access this online application at: http://www.ccsoh.us/CharterNon-PublicRequest.aspx
There is a video tutorial on the website, and click here for a flyer with instructions provided by Columbus City Schools click here for a flyer with instructions provided by Columbus City Schools
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Students in the gym

Congratulations!

Over 130 freshman and sophomore students met their MAP growth goal in either Reading or Math or both and got to participate in a special celebration, which included an address from Mr. Scharping, dean, and homemade treats made by the teachers and administrators.  Congratulations to all students who met their MAP growth goals!

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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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