Maia Coleman
Graduates from the charter school classes of 2020 and 2021 walked across the stage together in a combined ceremony to celebrate two senior classes affected by the pandemic.
Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School


Whatever feelings the Island's children may have about returning to school next Tuesday, Sept. 6, their principals, teachers, coaches and other campus leaders are eager to welcome them back for a school year with a return of cherished traditions.
This weekend, students at the charter school debuted Peter Pan and the Quest to Save Neverland, a reinvention of J. M. Barrie’s play that will travel next summer to Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.
On Sunday, the largest graduating class in the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School's 25-year history was welcomed by a standing ovation.
When Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School director Pete Steedman thinks about the 15 seniors who make up the class of 2022, he said he is struck both by how close and resilient they are.
The first day back to school after spring break is usually not a cause for celebration as students and teachers lament the end of vacation.
Adult and Continuing Education of Martha’s Vineyard has received four grants to strengthen training for Island workers and youths.