Alumnus and University of Washington-Tacoma Professor Dr. David Hirschberg '80 shares the impact of his Charles Wright Academy education on his life and career—and how it led to his daughter becoming a second generation Tarrier.
The Rouses share why they returned to Charles Wright Academy after a stint in public schools.
The Blegens invest time and energy for their son to experience a thoughtful early education program.
Married to an alumnus, Anna planned to raise their kids in public schools—now they're second-generation Tarriers.
Brothers with different learning styles benefit from differentiated instruction and individualized attention.
The Ge family values hard work and personal growth in a challenging but nurturing school program.
Our learning specialists Mary Cole (Lower School), Lisa West (Middle School), and Sinead Coleman (Upper School) help all Tarriers discover their strengths and develop strategies to overcome challenges.
Matt Culberson shares three watershed moments from his life that have impacted him as a person, a learner, and an educator.
A Charles Wright education features small classes, excellent faculty, and a beautiful campus where children can develop academic, artistic, and athletic skills in preparation for college and life.
Sometimes school is closed or its opening is delayed because of snow or ice. This decision is made early, and the information is relayed to major local radio and television stations. Through the Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD), Charles Wright participates in schoolreport.org, a consortium of Puget Sound schools that provides emergency closing and [...]