All Children’s Guild Alliance’s schools are closed through Friday, April 24. Our headquarters and conference center are also closed and staff is working remotely and maintaining regular operating hours. We want to ensure all children have access to meals while schools are closed. Maryland and DC  are offering free weekday student meals at many sites. For Prince George’s County, April 6 updated student meal picks up details are listed on PGCPS’s website. COVID-19 prevention and FAQ’s can be found on CDC’s website.

All Children’s Guild Alliance’s schools are closed through Friday, April 24. Our headquarters and conference center are also closed and staff is working remotely and maintaining regular operating hours. We want to ensure all children have access to meals while schools are closed. Maryland and DC  are offering free weekday student meals at many sites. For Prince George’s County, April 6 updated student meal picks up details are listed on PGCPS’s website. COVID-19 prevention and FAQ’s can be found on CDC’s website.

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Schools & Career Services

Our innovative schools and career programs serve children, teens, and adults. 

Monarch Academy Public Charter and Contract Schools and The Children’s Guild DC Public Charter School serve students in four schools in Anne Arundel County and Washington, DC, providing students with real-life learning experiences, fostering character development, and ensuring their success in a global 21st century world.
 
Monarch Preschool College Park is a high-quality, project-based learning pre-kindergarten for children aged 3-5.  Spaces, curriculum, and teachers are all active, engaged and helping children apply their learning to real world issues.
 
The Children’s Guild Schools of Baltimore and Prince George’s County serve students from K-12 with emotional and behavioral disabilities and/or on the autism spectrum. Our schools provide learning and vocational opportunities, such as work and career readiness programs and Independence Academy, to ensure students can live successful independent lives.
 
TranZed Academy for Working Students (TAWS) is designed for working seniors in Montgomery County Public Schools with paying jobs. Students’ school schedules are flexed around their work schedules, allowing them to stay on the path to graduation and, in many cases, be able to go on to leading colleges and universities.
 
TranZed Apprenticeships provides non-traditional apprenticeships for high school and college graduates in Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania in IT, cybersecurity, digital marketing, and as medical assistants, and behavior teaching aides.