Summer@Chandler Registration is Now Open

Chandler School is delighted to again offer its very popular Summer@Chandler program to the greater Pasadena community! Online registration for 2019 is NOW Open.

The program offers children ages 5-13 an incredible variety of opportunities for learning and fun! Every summer, children have a blast as they grow in confidence and build new skills.

Thanks to Chandler School’s team of dedicated, highly-experienced counselors and instructors, Summer@Chandler create an amazing sense of community. Its top priority is that children feel nurtured, engaged and safe in its care.

Summer@Chandler offers flexible enrollment options to meet every family’s needs.

Camp is a fun-filled adventure every day, offering half-day, full-day, weekly and extended care enrollment options with loads of age-appropriate activities to thrill every child.

Enrichment Classes are courses where children spend three weeks strengthening academic skills, exploring a topic or activity they’re passionate about, or just trying something new!

Many families choose morning Enrichment Classes and afternoon Camp. Children may enroll in any number of Enrichment Classes, as long as they are
consecutive. The choices are yours!

Chandler School’s staff strive to provide the highest-quality summer program around. After months of planning, we’re excited to share this new catalog full of innovative activities, unique classes and cool field trips.

“We know your child will love Summer@Chandler. We’re excited to see you soon!”

For more information contact Ms. Alycia Brown, Summer Program Director at (626) 795-9310, email or visit

Chandler School, 1005 Armada Drive, Pasadena, (626) 795-9314 or visit








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