Think. Do. Lead.


Experiential learning has long been a key institutional focus at Chadwick. Traditionally rich learning-by-doing opportunities have lived outside the school day, the Department of Technology Making & Design is focused on growing the vision of experiential learning directly connected to the day-to-day curriculum.

For the past few decades the personal computer has created new opportunities to learn-by-doing inside the constraints of the physical classroom. For example students have long been able to film a movie, program an animation, and publish their own book using a PC. Drawing from recent developments in:

  1. low cost digital fabrication (e.g. 3D-Printing/laser cutting)
  2. design thinking
  3. physical computing (e.g. Adrunio/wearable computing)
  4. and powerful yet kid friendly Computer aided Design (CAD) software

We now have a perfect storm of new creative possibilities for learning-by-doing. Overall we believe these powerful new tools available to teachers/students can be transformative in how we approach the day-to-day curriculum and grow our vision of experiential learning.

Experience is the best of all schools. School curriculum should consist of experiences"-Margaret Chadwick
A quote from the founder

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Open House

Chadwick International cordially invites you to 2016 Open House.

Open House for PreK to Grade 1: Saturday, Nov. 12th, 2016 / 10:00 am / Main Theater

*The Open House 2016 is designed for students who are applying for PreK to Grade 1 only.

Registration for the Open House

* 2017-18 Applications for Korean passport holders will be available from November 1, 2016 to January 20, 2017.