Upper School students dedicate the day to immersive, out of the box, academic exploration.
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Class 7 students discover the intersection of Art and Architecture.
Chelsea Clinton visits to discuss her book "Don't Let Them Disappear - 12 Endangered Species Across the Globe"
Take a peek at the creativity inside an Upper School Ceramics class.
Class 6 students venture to Cape Cod for scientific exploration.
Lower and Upper School students get in the Halloween spirit during a festive afternoon.
Margaret Zox Brown ’76 returns to Chapin to discuss art with Upper School students.
Middle School students prepare their performance renditions of Seussical Jr.
Class 1 celebrates Teddy Bear Day.
Native American performance artist, Ty Defoe, visits Class 11 to discuss "The American Experience."