Character.org, in collaboration with our state affiliate, Marshall University Graduate School of Education and Professional Developmentaccepts Schools of Character applications from public, private and charter schools as well as districts throughout the state of West Virginia through our Schools of Character program. Applicants selected as a West Virginia School of Character will hold their designation for 3 years and their applications will be forwarded to the national level for consideration as a National School of Character.

Learn more about the application process.



State Coordinator(s)

Dr. Lisa Burton
Assistant Professor
Marshall University Graduate School and Professional Development
100 Angus E. Peyton Dr.
South Charleston, WV  25303
304-696-2915
burton15@marshall.edu
http://www.marshall.edu/coehs/wvssoc/index.html