The Charles School

Meet the [email protected] Staff
Meet the TCS@ODU Staff
[email protected] New MuralDrive by [email protected] and check out the new mural! Thank you to the students volunteers, Miss Caroline, [email protected] art teachers Mrs. Prince, and Transit Arts for all of your hard work.
TCS@ODU new mural
Congratulations Class of 2020!Congratulations Class of 2020! Click here to watch the virtual graduation ceremony.Read More ▸
Congratulations Class of 2020
[email protected] Student Honored by The Columbus Metropolitan LibraryChris Todd, [email protected] 9th grade student was honored on Sunday, Feb. 2 for his contribution to the publication "The Big Book: Voices of our Future.” The Columbus Metropolitan Library developed the publication to showcase teen authors in the Columbus area. Teen authors submitted illustrated stories with personal reflections representing each of the library's 23 locations. Chris represented the Martin Luther King Branch.
TCS@ODU Student Honored by The Columbus Metropolitan Library
Roller-coaster ProjectStudents in Ms. Zuniga’s class were asked to build a roller-coaster with a project budget of 6,000,000 in mock money. Students chose their groups and signed a work contract allowing each other to be fired if everyone didn't fulfill their given work title: Treasurer, Secretary, PR and Advertising Specialist, or Lead Architect.
Roller-coaster prject
Cultural Studies Class Makes Guatemalan Worry DollsCultural Studies class has been learning about global issues. They watched a documentary about poverty in Guatemala and made Guatemalan Worry Dolls. Guatemalan Worry Dolls originated in Mayan history. The legend is that if you are kept awake at night because of your worries and stresses, you can tell them to your Worry Doll and they will take your worries and stress away so you can get a good night's sleep.
Cultural Studies Class Makes Guatemalan Worry Dolls

Upcoming Events

Apr
15

Ohio's State Tests

Thu Apr 15 2021
to Wed May 5 2021

Apr
20

Family Crew

Tue Apr 20 2021
May
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TCS students

Interested in attending [email protected] in the 2021-22 School Year? Enroll today!

Do you know someone who might be interested in attending The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University in the 2021-22 school year? Here is an opportunity to learn more about the school!

If you would like to attend the virtual enrollment information session please click here. please e-mail Gail Collins at [email protected] with any questions. Click here to complete an online application. 
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Have you registered your current student for the 2021-22 school year?

  • Will your student be returning to [email protected] next year? 

  • Do we have a current email address for you?

  • Have you been receiving your information in the mail? 

    • Do we have your current mailing address?

  • Have you created an online account with OneView to complete the Annual Registration forms for your student? 

You will receive an email this week with your student invite code. Once you receive the invite code, you’ll be asked to verify information that we already have for your student and complete some new information to register them for the 2021-22 school year.


We are planning for the 2021-22 school year and we need to hear from you by May 7, 2021If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected] or call 614-258-8588.

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TCS Family Crew

The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University is excited to host Family Crew on April 20!  This will be a wonderful opportunity to join together with staff and families to talk about Trauma Responsive Educational Practices at school and beyond. Please join us - everyone is welcome! 


Save the Date: 2021 Family Crew

April 20; 6:00pm – 6:45pm    Via Zoom        April Focus: Trauma Responsive Educational Practices (TREP)

All Charles School families are invited and encouraged to attend!
Click here to join the meeting!

Crew is a Charles School core practice that brings our community together to promote shared understandings and encourage all community members to become Crew, not passengers.  Crew is a vehicle for developing and supporting students socially, emotionally and academically.  It is also an engine for equity and inclusion, a place where all students feel they belong and can succeed.

We have expanded this work to include Family Crews to engage and connect our families with our Crew culture. This year we are hosting 5 evening Family Crew sessions and offering an accompanying Family Crew workbook. Join us on February 23!

All 2021 Family Crew Dates: January 26; February 23; March 23; April 20; May 11

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