Chapin alumnae return to East End Avenue to give advice to current juniors and seniors.
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.
Generations of Chapin women gather together for a beloved tradition.
Carol Jenkins, a Chapin grandparent, shares her inspiring story.
Lower School students celebrate a century-old Chapin Thanksgiving tradition.
Chapin alumna Amy Bach ’86 shares her inspiring story with Upper School students.
Alumnae returned to 100 East End Avenue for an evening of classes taught by Chapin faculty.
Margaret Zox Brown ’76 returns to Chapin to discuss art with Upper School students.
Alumnae from the Classes of 1944 to 2017 returned to Chapin this fall.
Chapin spirit abounds at Homecoming 2019!
How our spirited symbol, the Chapin Gator, came to be!