How our spirited symbol, the Chapin Gator, came to be!
There's no telling where Chapin alumnae land after they leave 100 East End Avenue. One thing is certain, though: no matter where they are, their connection to Chapin remains strong. Click on the links below to read the latest Alumnae news.
A piece in honor of Jane Lucille Herb Rinden, whom we were fortunate to have at Chapin from 1981 to 2006. A former English teacher and Head of the English Department, Jane died July 2018.
Six members of the Class of 2009 returned to Chapin to share their experiences with the Upper School.
Nearly 400 guests returned to Chapin for this year's Alumnae Reunion celebration.
Members of the Classes of 2004 to 2014 reconnected at the annual Young Alumnae Party.
Alumna artist Keris Salmon ’77 shared her thought-provoking work with Upper School art students.
The alumna shared her journey to becoming a physician with graduating seniors.
College-aged alumnae returned to Chapin to offer advice to upperclassmen.
Alumnae enjoyed an afternoon of open networking and a career-focused panel discussion featuring alumnae/i from Chapin and St. Bernard's School.
Spirit-filled performances kicked off Chapin's Winter Recess.