The Hospital School at Cardon Children's Medical Center
Going to the hospital can be an overwhelming experience for children and their families. When children require medical treatment, their need for learning and creativity does not stop.
The Hospital School at Cardon Children’s Medical Center brings the classroom to the hospital. A staff of experienced teachers offers onsite classroom or bedside teaching to help kids keep up with their studies while in the hospital.
The goal of the school program is to provide hospitalized children with individualized educational assistance, progress tracking and school re-entry assistance, including education for children in the child’s home school regarding a child’s diagnosis, potential limitations, medications and other needs.
The Hospital School at Cardon Children's was established in 2006 with generous funding from State Farm Insurance of Arizona and continues to be maintained through philanthropy. If you would like to help support the educational needs of sick children at Cardon Children’s Medical Center, 100 percent of your donation will go to provide one-to-one instruction. Please contact us at (602) 747-4483 (GIVE).
Email us if you have any questions about the school.
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Patient Story: Learn how Courtney juggled school and a hospital stay with the help of The Hospital School at Cardon Children's
Watch a video: Meet Austin and learn about how he studies at The Hospital School at Cardon Children's Medical Center while getting treatments a couple days a week.