Chadwick School

Chadwick School is the only K-12 independent coeducational day school in the greater South Bay Area. Our 45-acre campus sits atop a hill on the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula - a tranquil setting conducive to serious study, opportunities for self-discovery and companionship among friends. With a commitment to economic, social and ethnic diversity, Chadwick draws students from approximately 30 Los Angeles-area communities. The school community remains true to founder Margaret Chadwick’s guiding principles, blending them with the innovations of the ensuing years. Chadwick School emphasizes academic excellence, personal growth opportunities and development of character, as represented by our five core values: Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Compassion and Honesty.

• Year Founded: 1935
• Headmaster: Frederick T. "Ted" Hill, installed in 1998
• Student Population: 870 students from approximately 30 communities
• Village School (K-6): 330 students
• Middle School (7-8): 165 students
• Upper School (9-12): 375 students
• Students of color: 40 percent

• Faculty:
• K-12 Faculty: 109
• 54% with advanced degrees
• Faculty of color: 30%

• Campus:
• 26800 S. Academy Drive, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274
• 45 acres; 22 school buildings and 27 faculty residences


Organization Name: Chadwick School
Address 1: 26800 South Academy Drive
Address 2:
City, State, Zip: Palos Verdes Peninsula, California  90274
Type: Private
Number of Students: 875
Lowest Grade: k
Highest Grade: 12


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