• There are no events to display.

Weekly All School Bulletin

Sixth Grade Students present Dr. Seuss Speeches
Posted 06/04/2018 02:28PM

Our youngest middle schoolers wowed their friends, family and teachers last Thursday, as they delivered outstanding speeches. This preview to Declamations allowed the students to practice instructional writing skills and critical thinking and reasoning skills, as they developed a formal speech for the last public speaking event of the year!

Choosing a quotation from the work of Dr. Seuss, students analyzed the words, interpreted the meaning and made a personal connection. Each student offered something important to the audience from motivation to determination to the realities of imperfections to individuality to being positive in the face of adversity.

We are so proud of all of our students!

~Nedra Satin Gusenburg
Learning Support

Chase Collegiate School
565 Chase Parkway Waterbury, CT 06708
(203) 236-9500

Pre K

Chase’s PreK program will give your child the freedom to explore the world and the structure to become an active, involved learner who is prepared for Kindergarten.

Learn More

Lower School

In this safe, nurturing private elementary school, our students explore, take risks and innovate.

Learn More

Middle School

The bedrock of this success in this private middle school is the atmosphere of support and trust. At Chase, we honor each student and help them achieve their personal best, through an intensive, daily advisory program.

Learn More

Upper School

This private high school gives its students the tools to develop into lifelong learners and innovative thinkers, prepared for the changing landscape of the 21st century. Upon graduation, Chase students are well prepared for college and life beyond.

Learn More


Every gift to Chase has a direct impact on our students and faculty.

Learn More

Innovation at Chase

We’ve integrated innovation and design thinking into our traditional curriculum – and created three high and low-tech design labs on campus, providing students the knowledge and space to chart their own course in terms of their approach to a project and the outcome they produce.

Learn More

powered by finalsite