• June

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    Celebrating the Class of 2019

    On Wednesday, June 5, Chandler School held its commencement ceremony for the Class of 2019. 
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  • May

    Chandler Honors CFA Volunteers

    Chandler parents give kindly and generously of their time to make our school amazing.
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  • Chandler Honors Founder's Circle Donors

    On Thursday, May 23, Chandler School celebrated the vision and generosity of parents and friends of the school at its annual donor-appreciation party. 
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  • Costa Rica Students with Chandler Eighth Graders

    Costa Rica Sister School Visits Chandler

    Chandler launched a new student-exchange program with a sister school in Costa Rica, IPICIM. 
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  • Five Sport Athletes Honored

    Chandler's P.E. and Athletics department handed out awards last week.
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  • History Springs To Life

    Can you imagine Chandler School in the Middle Ages? 
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  • Golfers Claim Prizes

    Our middle school golf team recently competed in the Independent Middle School golf tournament, where four Chandler golfers took home awards.
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  • Open House Welcomes Hundreds

    Chandler's annual Open House and STEAM expo showcased student learning across grades K-8.
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  • Sixth Grade Mini Musical

    Ms. Williams-Moore asked this class of sixth graders to not only sing, dance, and act, but also to research and write parts of the script for this show.
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  • Will Salmon and Terry Orth

    Celebrating Special Retirements

    Last Friday afternoon in the Ahmanson Performing Arts Center, the Chandler community turned out to celebrate the retirements of two very special teachers, Will Salmon and Terry Orth. 
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  • Class of 2015 Heads to College

    On May 3, Chandler welcomed alumni from the class of 2015 to campus for a festive reunion with their former teachers and school administrators. 
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  • Middle School Walk of Respect

    What if we studied the good of the Holocaust instead of just the evil? That question prompted Mrs. Laird to design a new project for her seventh-grade English students, who read Elie Weisel's Night in the spring. 
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  • Bike Rodeo Participants Raised Funds This Year

    Third Grade Bike Rodeo Pedals for Change

    The third-grade bike rodeo at the Rose Bowl is a beloved P.E. tradition. Students show off their bike safety skills and mastery of the two-wheeler, which is all the more special because a few students have just been taught by Mr. Anderson how to ride a bike in the days leading up to the event.
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  • April

    Costa Rica Exchange Program

    Chandler has launched a new student exchange program with a sister school in Costa Rica. Over spring break, nine students traveled in Costa Rica for a week with two of Chandler's Spanish teachers.
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  • March

    Ted Merchant '63

    Distinguished Alumni Award: Ted Merchant '63

    Ted Merchant is a recognized pioneer in the new field of residential care for adults with special needs. It’s a passion that blossomed out of his personal awareness of the lack of integrated, residential services for adults who have autism or other developmental differences.
    “I know it’s possible to create communities of care and support for this population. They deserve to live their fullest and most independent lives, with respect and dignity,” Ted explains.
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  • February

    Alumni Visiting Day

    Alumni Visiting Day

    Chandler welcomed alumni back to campus for Alumni Visiting Day on February 13, offering a chance to re-connect with old classmates and teachers, and talk with current students. It was an exciting day for students, too, as they got to connect their classroom studies to real-world careers, and hear valuable life tips from Chandler alumni. 
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