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 individual students. 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. See our Health Mitigation Plan and Distance Learning OptionsLearn More
The student and teacher relationships are special and helped me open up. It makes me feel comfortable and safer, knowing that the teachers are doing everything they can to help the students here 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.”
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.
“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.”
My daughter is thriving at Carlisle School. Small classes and excellent teachers make for a safe and secure learning environment. She is challenged academically and allowed to progress according to her learning style and ability. The most important part is the love and the strong sense of family that is so apparent here.
The communications that come out always keep me in the loop and the teachers are absolutely AMAZING with ensuring Cameron is on the path to success. At Carlisle, Cameron has been able to flourish with small class sizes, a nurturing staff that is genuinely connected to each and every student, and the rigorous academics. We are proud to be part of the Carlisle family!
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 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.
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Voting is now open for the MHC Dances for their Cause contest! Our featured dancers for this week are the daughters of Carlisle alums Elizabeth McGough Barbee, Julie Teague Petry,Learn More
On Thursday, April 29, 2021, Carlisle School will host a virtual open house for families considering enrolling their children for the upcoming school year.Learn More
At Carlisle School, we LOVE to read! In this story, you'll discover how we acquire new books for Frith Library and what happens to retired books.Learn More
Looking for a fun way to promote fitness and well-being, Carlisle alumna Beverly Pitzer '92 has teamed up with others in the community to create MHC Dances for their Cause.Learn More
Our alumni highlight this month is a Q&A with Rachel Yates '05 who has degrees from the University of Virginia and University of Richmond law school.Learn More
The Pandemic Quartet (Part II) is from an eight-part series filmed at Carlisle School’s 32nd annual 8th Grade Forum. In this segment, Abby Branson presents on COVID-19, and Lack LingleLearn More
The Pandemic Quartet (Part I) is from an eight-part series filmed at Carlisle School’s 32nd annual 8th Grade Forum. In this segment, Abby Blankenship presents on the 1348 Bubonic Plague,Learn More
3D Organ Printing, presented by Addison Lawrence is from an eight-part series filmed at Carlisle School’s 32nd annual 8th Grade Forum.Learn More
Matters of Law is from an eight-part series filmed at Carlisle School’s 32nd annual 8th Grade Forum. In this segment, Chloe Bloomer presents on Immigration Law History, and De'Miya MartinLearn More
Each year, the Piedmont Area Reading Council (PARC) invites students around the region to participate in their Young Writers Contest. Thirty-four students from Carlisle have been selected to enter theLearn More
It is that time of year when our thoughts turn to spring and flowers. We are excited to have the opportunity to sell beautiful geraniums again since the pandemic preventedLearn More
We are engaged in detailed planning for the 2021-2022 school year. Returning Student Applications are due by March 19, 2021.Learn More
Carlisle School is thrilled to announce that senior student Polina Pudun has been selected as a finalist to compete this month for a Jefferson Scholarship to attend the University ofLearn More