Learning is often a (very!) social activity. Our students have taught us that meaningful learning only happens when they feel safe, connected, and understood.
Chapman Farm School is a community-centered environment, where:
- each student is valued for individual strengths.
- understanding the perspective and experience of others is valued and directly taught.
- friendship is encouraged and supported.
- unique interests are cultivated and promoted.
- the culture is actively discussed and collaboratively developed.
- neurodiversity is considered an asset.
We value diversity in thinking, background, personality, and interests. We seek students who will contribute to and benefit from a social education curriculum, have a strong interest and aptitude for learning, and bring a curious nature to our community-focused learning environment.