The Chase Collegiate School Community is made up of teachers, students, parents, alumni, grandparents, former faculty, friends, and community leaders to name a few.
Partnership differentiates Chase from other school communities. Children who feel connected to school show up motivated and engaged each day. At Chase, students and teachers build relationships around mutual respect and trust. Teachers know students’ personalities and capabilities; students know that teachers genuinely care and have the time and resources to help them succeed.
Chase Collegiate prides itself on creating and maintaining an environment of respect and kindness for all. Our community includes students and faculty representing various backgrounds, beliefs, and perspectives, all of which not only strengthen the School, but serve as an invaluable component of a complete education. We honor this commitment by continually examining our expectations of behavior, communication, and interaction among both students and faculty . Chase’s Honor Code reflects those values and reminds students to maintain the appropriate code of conduct and to uphold the moral expectations of each member of the Chase community.
Chase students are encouraged to explore and appreciate all aspects of diversity in a safe and positive environment. Diversity at Chase encompasses but is not limited to age, socioeconomic background, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, physical ability and sexual orientation. A school is made stronger when a variety of voices can be confidently and respectfully expressed. We aim to promote self-discovery and individuality and to understand, respect, and support each person's ideas and opinions. Our goal is to create an intellectually challenging community of teachers and learners that: recognizes and values a spectrum of viewpoints and life experiences; reflects the complex world in which we live; dispels stereotypes and confronts prejudice; rejects cruelty in any form; and inspires us to lead in a global society.