|Local Contact:||Tommy Hudgins, Headmaster|
|Office Address:||300 Carlisle Road, Axton, VA|
|Mailing Address:||P.O. Box 5388, Martinsville, VA 24115|
Carlisle School is an independent college preparatory school that provides a positive, safe environment for academic excellence and character development, while embracing diversity and preparing our students to become leaders as citizens in a global society.
At Carlisle School, sharing of knowledge, the development of responsible and honorable behaviors, and the encouragement of lifelong learning are the primary goals. Carlisle provides a nurturing, positive, and safe environment in which everyone is treated with courtesy and respect and can be unafraid to take risks. Carlisle celebrates the uniqueness of every student. The curriculum and instructional practices are designed to meet students' individual physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs.
|Grants Awarded to Carlisle School:|
|Jul 1, 2015||$ 102,507||over 3 years to continue the K-12 Education Initiative and provide instructors with funds for professional development. current grant|
|Apr 25, 2013||$ 100,000||over 2 years to Carlisle School for the K-12 Initiative Phase II aimed at increasing student Advanced standardized test scores, increasing AP student enrollment, and to provide professional development for teachers and administrators.|
|Apr 22, 2010||$ 150,000||over 3 years to Carlisle School for the K-12 Initiative Phase II aimed at increasing student Advanced standardized test scores, increasing AP student enrollment, and to provide professional development for teachers and administrators.|
|Mar 26, 2009||$ 50,000||over 1 year to Carlisle School to continue its work with the K-12 Initiative related to the International Baccalaureate curriculum and Differentiated Instruction.|
|Dec 14, 2006||$ 100,000||over 2 years to continue the curriculum alignment specifically in the areas of Math and Literacy.|
|May 25, 2004||$ 150,000||over 3 years to implement a kindergarten through 12th grade literacy and math initiative.|
|Dec 9, 2003||$ 20,000||over 1 year to begin curriculum alignment in the areas of math and literacy and to further examine Iowa Test data.|