Stunning Views. State-of-the-Art Facilities.
A Spectacular Educational Environment.
Chadwick’s 45-acre campus is perfectly situated on a hilltop on the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula. With 22 educational buildings, state-of-the-art athletic, science and performing arts facilities, sprawling lawns and amazing views of downtown Los Angeles, it’s a young learner’s paradise you really need to see to believe.
The 400-seat Geoffrey Alan Laverty Center for the Performing Arts includes indoor theaters, classroom space and dedicated dance and music studios
The newly built Center for Innovation and Research will help students engage in cross-disciplinary, cross-divisional and real-world opportunities in innovation, research and STEM fields.
Eight fully-equipped computer labs, network and internet access in all classrooms and the library, and wireless access throughout the campus, indoors and outdoors keep the campus connected.
Commander Field for Football/Soccer/Lacrosse/Track
The Leavenworth Library Learning Center features 28,000 volumes and online catalogs with access to all books and major periodicals worldwide and three full-time librarians
Workspaces and state-of-the-art equipment will foster collaboration, initiatives and new discoveries, both internally and beyond our campus.
Outdoor Swimming Pool (K-12) network and internet access in all classrooms and the library, and wireless access throughout the campus, indoors and outdoors keep the campus connected.
Baseball/Softball Athletic Field
A Hilltop Oasis
Parking on Campus
- Visitors should park in the main parking lot. Please do not park in numbered parking spots on campus, since numbered spots are assigned to faculty, staff and students.
- Every campus road is considered a fire access lane by the L.A. County Fire Department, whether marked in red or not. Parking alongside any road could impede an emergency vehicle and is therefore prohibited. The County Fire Marshall has directed the County Sheriff to cite cars that are parked in fire lanes or in other "no-parking" areas on our campus.