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The Children’s Guild, Inc. Prince George’s Campus

 The Children’s Guild, Inc. Prince George’s Campus is a non-public, special education day school approved by the Maryland State Department of Education, for boys and girls 5-21 years old, who have emotional disabilities, autism, intellectual disabilities, and multiple disabilities.

We differ from other special education schools in the way we think about our students utilizing our Transformation Education philosophy, which fosters flexibility in the way the school operates, is managed, and the way the faculty think and act. Our holistic approach to learning ensures each student is treated as an individual rather than forced to adapt to the organization’s program and valued for their unique strengths and feels cared for, with a whole team supporting them and celebrating their progress. Our creative environments are designed to promote learning and a sense of well-being. 

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We provide a student-centered approach to learning, where every child is valued and respected. We accomplish this by focusing the needs of the whole child. 




We believe that parents are the child’s first and most important teacher and that children whose parents are involved in their educational program are the most successful academically. Therefore, we encourage and support each family’s attempt to be involved in the academic life of their child.


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The Children's Guild, Inc. PG Campus

Independence Academy, available to students in grades 9-12, gives students the opportunity to develop the skills they need to be independent and successful in life. Learn more about this program here:

The Children's Guild, Inc. PG Campus
The Children's Guild, Inc. PG Campus

Happy National Family Day!

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Anne Arundel County Public Schools School Counselor Nikki Pritchett-Johnson, who provides school-based counseling services for The Children’s Guild Monarch Academy Annapolis, wrote and published her first children’s book “Purposed Through Joy”

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The Children’s Guild celebrates National Family Day.

We want to take this opportunity to thank all types of families, especially those in our Treatment Foster Care Program.
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There is a much greater level of foster care needed and the need is growing. The answer is Treatment Foster Care (TFC).

Are you called to be a Treatment Foster Care parent?
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Happy Hispanic Heritage Month from The Children’s Guild. We’re proud to serve our Hispanic communities, including new immigrants. This service includes the Spanish bilingual education programs offered at Monarch Academy Annapolis and others we provide.


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Chillum, MD 20782-2321



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