Discovery classes are opportunities for students to widen the scope of their curriculum, allowing them a broad selection of classes and groups where they can discover interests they have been cultivating or didn’t yet know they had. This year their Discovery classes—which meet once a cycle—named First Lego League, Classic Movies, Virtual Stock Market, Graphic Design, Visual Story Telling and Visual and Performing Arts. It’s so fun to try new things!
Focus on Age 3 to 8th Grade Students
Student-Teacher Ratio in Core Classes
Virtues in our Character Program
Choices for Secondary Schools
On October 16th at 9:00 a.m., Chapin School Princeton invites you and your family to an Open House focusing on The Foundations of Leadership.
This summer Chapin teachers attended conferences, took classes, created book groups, worked at camps and generally never stopped trying to gain knowledge that will help in and out of the classroom.
8th graders began their journey as “leaders of leaders” at Chapin. At our first morning meeting, Mrs. Pasteris introduced the 8th graders by asking the student council president Joaquin Rodriguez to lead the pledge and inviting the entire class on stage. Later in the day, the 8th grade participated in the second annual printing of thumbs on to the Chapin C.
At the end of the school year, Mrs. DiMaiuta and Mrs. Erdmann presented on just a few of the many, many STEAM and design projects Lower School students worked on this year. A truly impressive feat! #steam #stemlearning
More recognition for Chapin Grads! Martin Caforio, Chapin Class of 2014, received the John L. Kuschke Memorial Award at Hun’s graduation. He is attending University of St. Andrews in the Fall.
Chapin School Princeton graduates keep lighting up the commencement stages! Here is Nicholas Gordon ’14, who received Peddie’s Walter H. Annenberg Honor award, with Peddie Headmaster Peter Quinn.
Recognizing high levels of academic, artistic, competitive and athletic participation and success, Chapin proudly commended students for their perseverance and hard work.
Chapin’s Fifth Grade put on a hilarious performance of “Pantheon of Playwrights”. Bravo!
Chapin Upper School Art Teacher, Tanya Vail, is featured in today's Town Topics Newspaper "Profiles in Education"
For the fourth year in a row, Chapin is a Scholastic Award winning school!
Hint: It's Who We Are!
People who care, do their best, work together, give to others, share, think and support. At the Lower School meeting, Mrs. Lindsey highlighted all of the things that make our community great, and those things are the essence of who we are.
This year Chapin’s Lower and Upper Schools have embarked on an enrichment program that extends the S.T.E.A.M. and design-process based classroom curriculum into a team and competition oriented after-school program.