Village School Academics

 

 

Chadwick Village children are active learners involved in an array of firsthand experiences each day. Students don't just read about science, they DO science. They don't simply fill out pages of math problems, they also explain their thinking and processes. 

Chadwick focuses on educating the whole child. Beginning in kindergarten, we focus on developing foundational skills in both academic and personal development.

These foundational skills include broad academic discovery in reading, writing, mathematics, language arts, science, global languages, social studies and physical education.  Character and earned self-confidence also are fundamental to educating the whole child. Village students expand their learning through early and progressive exposure to outdoor education, global citizenship, community service, athletics and the arts.  Technology also is integrated in the classrooms with iPad lessons and telepresence videoconferencing.

At Chadwick, learning is a joy, not a chore.

 

Village School students receive a visit from the Village School Director, who participates in their lesson. At Chadwick, teachers, advisors and staff all support and nurture students on their journey of learning and personal development.

Two Village School students tackle a worksheet together. Peer collaboration and teamwork are encouraged and promoted at an early age in the Chadwick Village School. By learning to work together, students acquire important communication skills and learn to respect differences.

 

Two Village School students tackle a worksheet together. Peer collaboration and teamwork are encouraged and promoted at an early age in the Chadwick Village School. By learning to work together, students acquire important communication skills and learn to respect differences.

 

Early Learner Curriculum (Grades K-2)

 
 

Upper Village Curriculum (Grades 3-6)