Get to Know Chandler School

Earlier this week, Chandler's seventh and eighth grade students visited the fourth-grade classrooms to act as mentors for the younger students who are designing their STEAM projects.

Chandler School is an independent, co-educational school serving 450 students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade. The most common admission entry points are kindergarten, sixth and seventh grades. Chandler graduates are sought after by secondary schools and then colleges because of the strength of their preparation.

Chandler’s mission is to provide each student with the highest quality and most academically challenging education in a nurturing, balanced and diverse environment. Chandler students gain a love of learning, a means of thinking independently and an ability to work collaboratively. A Chandler education seeks to develop good character, self-reliance and a commitment to community in students as a foundation for academic and personal success.

Chandler focuses on upholding the Chandler tradition of academic excellence and intellectual discipline in a program that develops the mind, body and spirit. The community promotes respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship, which are the core values of the school. Chandler’s highly-trained faculty fosters an educational environment that values and communicates respect for racial, religious, cultural and economic differences and serves the greater community.

Chandler School is concerned with each child and strives to develop an atmosphere in which children develop self-esteem, as well as respect for their peers as individuals. Chandler expects high standards of behavior, courtesy and academic performance. Discipline is firm within a relaxed, friendly atmosphere of mutual trust. The standards of behavior, the expectations of interpersonal relationships and moral values are embodied in the Chandler Code written by students.

Chandler School is located at 1005 Armada Drive in Pasadena. You can call the school at (626) 795-9314 or send them an email at For more information visit their website at


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