Ignite Curiosity and Explore Possibilities
As a Chadwick Village School student, your child will spark a lifelong love of learning, build a supportive community and be challenged to grow both intellectually and personally.
More than 85 years of experience have taught us what neuroscience is proving today — that children best understand, retain, connect the dots and grow into responsible citizens when they learn by doing at an early developmental age.
With the dedicated guidance of our faculty, your K-5 child will develop a strong foundation of academic excellence, exemplary character and self-discovery through experience. These skills encourage the creative and critical thinking they’ll use to excel throughout their formal education — and the rest of their lives.
From day one, Chadwick's Core Values — compassion, respect, honesty, responsibility and fairness — are embedded in the ethos of the Village and practiced at every opportunity. As a result, students become empathetic, communicative and character-driven.
Confident, independent thinking.
Students engage and inquire on a daily basis, learning to explore, hypothesize, collect evidence and communicate conclusions. They become thoughtful, inquisitive learners who can assess and thrive in challenging situations.
An infinite playground of passions.
Village School students cultivate a distinct openness to new and varying ideas, experiences and viewpoints that fuel their curiosity and passion for knowledge.
Chadwick offers separate buildings and playgrounds for K-2 and 3-5, giving students space to play, grow and lead.
A dedicated Makerspace teacher and technology specialist help students design and build, develop coding skills and create movies and video games that align with class lessons.
Small class sizes led by world-class teachers and associate teachers spark close relationships and enable individual feedback and instruction.
Village School athletics opportunities include swim and dance (beginning in kindergarten) and visual and performing arts (orchestra begins in fifth grade).