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Zones of Regulation

The Zones of Regulation curriculum is a platform we use all throughout Chance to strengthen our social-emotional learning. The learning activities we will explore this year are designed to help the students recognize when they are in different states called "zones," identify others' feelings, and use strategies to process challenging emotions to return to a calm, peaceful state. This ability to consciously regulate their actions, in turn, leads to increased control and problem-solving skills.

Give for Good to Virginia Chance School

We are asking for donations to the financial aid fund for Virginia Chance School through the Give for Good Day of Donations and Matching events. We appreciate your commitment to excellence in education for all students.

Congratulations Graduates!

Click to view our graduates and the graduation ceremony.
"I'm not crying, you're crying!" said everyone in attendance!

Teacher Job Fair

Bellarmine's Frazier Hall on Feb 26th, 10-1 PM - We'd love to get to know you!⁠

Challenge for Chance

Why give to Chance School?

Virginia Chance School is the only fully dedicated early childhood education program (encompassing all of childhood up to age 11yrs) in Louisville. Chance School takes influences from Montessori, Forest School, Reggio philosophy, Project-Based Learning, Inquiry-Based Learning, and Gifted and Talented Education to develop our Progressive School curriculum that stands out as best in class and is recognized nationally for its innovative program.

Your support of our school through the Challenge for Chance is so important and directly supports all of our kids!

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Chance School wins Trashformation Award!

Students were encouraged to communicate the importance of recycling and sustainability through art. Using only recyclable items, students’ art submissions should express or interpret “Reuse, Reduce and Recycle.”
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