The Curry School of Education is proud to be a part of the larger University of Virginia, Charlottesville, and Albemarle communities. There are number of the ways the Curry Community, U.Va. students and the community at-large intersect. Here you will find programs and services we offer parents, families, individuals and children. You will also find ways Curry connects U.Va. students to the community.
America Reads is a federally funded work-study program that places college and university students in the community to tutor elementary through high school students in literacy and math.
The Day in the Life program connects U.Va. students with adolescents in the Albemarle and Charlottesville communities, aligning service learning experiences with education course requirements.
SEP seeks to offer gifted and/or high ability students a rich and rewarding learning experience.
The Sheila C. Johnson Center includes
• The Speech-Language-Hearing Center
• McGuffey Reading Center
• Children's Learning Clinic
• Center for Clinical Psychology Services
• Curry Autism Spectrum Services
• Personal & Career Development Center
The Young Writers Workshop brings together a community of writers with a common purpose: to create a supportive and noncompetitive environment where teenagers can live and work as artists.
The Young Women Leaders Program is a psychoeducational mentoring program that pairs college women with middle school girls.