The Chadwick community is excited to embark on this journey to find our next school leader to deliver the school's Mission, fully embracing our Core Values.
Chadwick School has announced its search for a new Head of School, with the successful candidate to begin their role in July 2023. Chadwick welcomed Tom Sheppard as Interim Head of School in July 2021. Tom's tenure will continue through 2023, at which time, the role of Head of School will be filled by his successor.
Our ideal candidate leads by example and is eager to engage in our vibrant community, to advance Chadwick's Mission and Core Values, and to continue building on the legacy of rich traditions first established by Margaret Chadwick in 1935.
We look forward to this exciting next chapter in Chadwick's journey into the future.
Thank you to those who participated in the RG175 survey on Chadwick's next Head of School. Learning about your unique perspectives on what traits matter most in our next leader is helpful in selecting the right candidate. Please click below to see the survey results.
Chadwick Schools develop global citizens with keen minds, exemplary character, self-knowledge and the ability to lead.
from 63 communities in Los Angeles County
and Student/Advisor Ratio
Students of Color
Critical & Creative Thinking
Our founder Margaret Chadwick's insight into the makeup of an ideal learning experience was far ahead of its time and is chronicled in her book A Dipperful of Humanity — The Chadwick Adventure in Education. Chadwick School sustains and seeks to expand Mrs. Chadwick’s remarkable vision by developing and enhancing in our students the knowledge, skills and empathic orientation required to understand multiple perspectives and to thrive and lead in an increasingly interconnected world.
Chadwick School has a clear imperative to honor its core values of honesty, respect, responsibility, compassion and fairness by providing an atmosphere that embraces diversity and models inclusiveness. We do this in a way that acknowledges race, gender, economic background, sexual orientation, ethnicity, ability, family structure, national origin and religious belief, both in lived experience and curricular material.
Chadwick is committed to providing the highest quality education, an endeavor that requires a diverse and inclusive environment. Our culture of active inquiry and open discussion promotes students’ ability to discern both shared and divergent values and sensibilities, while always using the Core Values as a compass to understand local and global perspectives. Chadwick students will learn to engage and communicate across differences, to challenge stereotypes and to find, understand and respect commonalities among individuals of all backgrounds.
Chadwick students will be led on a journey of self-discovery. The lived experience of Chadwick students, both inside and outside the classroom, prepares them to engage and thrive as leaders by example in the world. Through our learning environment and in all of our programs, students experience the important dynamic between individuality and social responsibility.
Chadwick School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or national or ethnic origin or ancestry in the administration of its educational policies, employment policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other after-school programs.