Extracurricular Programming

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Frozen Llamas Curling Program
Chapman Farm School students have the opportunity to join the Frozen Llamas Curling Team through our partnership with Broomstones Curling Club in Wayland. 

The program, which runs from November to March, does far more than teach the basics of the sport. Through weekly instruction and play, CFS students develop skills that expand far beyond the technique of throwing a 44 pound stone down a sheet of ice. Curling is a very unique sport that promotes comprehensive collaboration and listening skills, nonverbal communication, and camaraderie, especially with competitors. 

Students who curl with Chapman Farm School develop a special sense of pride in their unique sport, and have gone on to participate in private clubs after leaving CFS.

Kicking Llamas Kickball Team
Starting during the 2018-19 school year, Chapman Farm School will be proud to offer our first after school kickball team. Developed specifically as a response to student interest, the kickball team plans to start small, focusing on teamwork, fun, and healthy living... but we will actively be seeking competitors! Because we are an inclusive group, we joyfully plan to open this club up beyond CFS day students.