The Chapin community celebrated the season with joyful performances for family and friends.
Chapin is an independent day school, grades Kindergarten through Class 12, dedicated to the intellectual and personal growth of young women.
Class 6 students explored the spellbinding books and artwork on display at The Morgan Library & Museum.
This year's Gilder Lehrman Lecturer shared her research on the nation's personal reactions to Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
Students observed Hour of Code with a morning of exciting computer science activities.
Upper School Spanish students presented reports (en español) about various South American and Caribbean countries.
Educators from the Teatown nature preserve brought animal friends to a recent Lower School science class.
Middle School students talked with author Ali Standish about her acclaimed new book, The Ethan I Was Before.
A Spanish-speaking artist from Oaxaca, Mexico spent a day in the Lower School art room.
Class 12 students used calculus to explore the spread of disease.
Learning together with joy, curiosity and creativity
Exploring the world, finding our voices, strengthening community
Empowering young women, creating a better future
My college process was extremely gratifying and I will always be thankful for the ways in which Chapin prepared me.Kibriyaa Morgan, Class of 2016
Chapin is a learning community where students discover and harness the power of their own intellect and character.M.J. Quigley, Associate Head of School
Chapin's emphasis on forward thinking has allowed my daughter to discover her best possible self... inside the classroom and out.Mary Minard, Chapin Parent
As a Chapin teacher, I have the privilege of learning and teaching simultaneously. Each activity enhances the other.Lynette Engel, Middle School English Teacher
It is Chapin's vibrant community, which values and promotes diversity and respect, that has empowered me and shaped me into who I am today.Class 12 Student
783 Total Students
21% Receive Tuition Assistance
78% Faculty Hold Advanced Degrees
7:1 Student-to-Teacher Ratio