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Hospital Education Program at UVA Children’s Hospital

Hospital Education Program at UVA Children’s Hospital

Patient works with staff.
Teacher Deborah Johnson and Principal Eric Johnson play a math game with a patient.

The Charlottesville Hospital Education Program is a school that operates as the result of a unique partnership among Charlottesville City Schools, the Virginia Department of Education, and the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital.

The school serves patients (aged 2-21) at the UVA Children’s Hospital, helping students stay on track academically and emotionally through resources such as personalized instruction, a media center, and an art therapy program. For school-aged students, our hospital educators serve as the link between the family, the hospital staff, and the student’s home school (wherever that school may be).”

Learn more about the Hospital Education Program at U.Va.’s Children’s Hospital.

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Contact:

portrait of Eric JohnsonEric Johnson
Principal/Director, Hospital Education Program
johnsoe1@charlottesvilleschools.org
(434) 924-2658