Located in Martinsville, VA, Carlisle School sets the standard in our region for excellence in education. We provide a challenging curriculum in a nurturing learning environment where children will grow academically and socially.
Our small class sizes give teachers the ability to focus on each individual student. Each student’s uniqueness is recognized and fostered, helping to grow their self-esteem so they can reach their true potential in the classroom, stage, or athletic arena.
“Our experience at Carlisle has been outstanding! With three children with three very different personalities enrolled, their individual learning needs, strengths, weaknesses, and interests are met in a friendly and supportive environment allowing them to grow and succeed.”
“[Transferring to Carlisle] is the best decision we could have made for our boys. Our Chandler has flourished so much. As a parent, nothing makes my heart happier than to feel we made the right move for our child.”
We support Carlisle because this is the type of educational environment that fosters our son’s love of learning. Carlisle is a very special place where we feel safe and secure knowing that the teachers love and care for our child the way we do. It has enhanced our son’s life in so many ways, and we wouldn’t have him anywhere else.
Carlisle has always provided a safe and nurturing environment. Where challenging academics have been the norm, where team play, the stage, and other extracurricular activities have built confidence and the ability to work with others. Upon graduation, our children were more than prepared for college, academically and to lead with self-confidence and ability.
Carlisle feels like a family with dedicated faculty who work closely with each student. Our daughters are receiving an outstanding education and benefit greatly from the small class sizes.
Carlisle prepared me not only for Virginia Tech but law school and my legal career. I know I wouldn’t be where I am now if it weren’t for the teachers who cared so much about me and my success.
It is with great sadness that we share news of the loss of, Walter "Buck" White Flythe, one of Carlisle's founding fathers.Learn More
Members of the Martinsville Garden Club and Garden Study Club visited to present their new coloring book "Paws, Plants and Pollinators."Learn More
Congratulations to our Honor Roll recipients for the first grading period!Learn More
On National Letter of Intent Signing Day, two senior members of the Carlisle School baseball team committed to playing for college teams. Addison Clark signed to play for Virginia MilitaryLearn More
Family law attorney Manisha P. Patel, a Carlisle 2004 alumna, was honored as an inductee into the North. Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society for pro bono work completed in theLearn More
Mrs. Thompson's fifth-grade students used engineering skills and basic science principles to construct their own stylus pens.Learn More
Students in freshman English wrote one sentence to summarize their lives while studying author Daniel H. Pink.Learn More
This video details safety procedures for students riding the bus to and from Carlisle School. Please familiarize yourself with the steps prior to the first day of school.Learn More
This video series details drop-off and pick-up procedures for each division. Please familiarize yourself with the process prior to the first day of school.Learn More
Heads Up informs parents and students about changes they will see on campus to help everyone prepare for a safe, healthy, and FUN return to school.Learn More
Our Alumni Highlight this month is a Q&A session with Jonathan Becher, a Carlisle graduate who serves as President of the Sharks Sports & Entertainment franchise. Read on to seeLearn More
A letter from Mrs. Brightwell regarding changes to the 2020 Fall Athletics season at Carlisle School.Learn More
Carlisle's 47th Commencement ceremony will be held on July 17th and will be live-streamed for those who cannot attend in person.Learn More