Activating a love of learning
The Village School at Chadwick International is where students spark their love of learning and begin to take ownership of their educational journey.
With a focus on play, inquiry and self-expression, students experience learning as fun and empowering. They form friendships. Along their adventure, they’re guided by caring teachers who help them build confidence, become active communicators and develop exemplary character that guides their decisions.
Village School Academics
Through the IB curriculum framework, the Village School lays the foundation for a lifetime of powerful learning. Students learn by doing and develop critical skills that support them academically while fostering personal growth.
Village School Curriculum
Learning and teaching are often integrative, which means students learn the skills and concepts through the interconnected scope of different subjects. Teachers share resources to support student learning.
Beyond the classroom
Being well-rounded means learning surpasses classroom walls. With unique opportunities for growth in every direction, students start to see the world itself as a boundless classroom waiting to be explored.
Students can dive deeper into topic-specific learning with after school and weekend programs that focus on their personal passions and provide outlets for expression. Each trimester offers new program options ranging from sports and physical fitness to instrumental music and creative arts.
The PYPx, the culminating event of the Village School program, took place last night for Grade 5 students.
Village School students celebrated Pi Day with math-related activities, scavenger hunts, stories and more.
Emma Choi, Chadwick International Class of 2020 alumna, shared her journey of writing and publishing a children's picture book.