My daughter loves Chapman Elementary and so do I. She started in the preschool program at age 4 and is now a third grader. Our family lived in another state for her second-grade year. When we moved back I knew it had to be to the Chapman school district. Every teacher my daughter has had is wonderful caring and responsive. I admire the principal's leadership. The PTO is very active in the school. It is a fantastic school and I'm so happy my daughter and soon her two younger brothers attend this amazing public school.
Albert Chapman Elementary School is a public elementary school in Columbus. The principal of Albert Chapman Elementary School is Mr. Scott M. Zeoli, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 543 students go to Albert Chapman Elementary School and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 18% of the 543 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 25% have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Albert Chapman Elementary School is 20:1. Tyler Run Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Awesome school!!! I used to live in front of this school and my sons went to this school. There is no school like Chapman. This principal is very nice and wise. Teachers are all ready for students like they are parents.
I absolutely love Chapman. We were new to the district this year and but my children felt like they have been a part of the school since kindergarten. The staff and students have been warm and helpful. The learning environment is charged with valuable lessons and fun activities that prepare the students for the next grade level.
Lack of response of teachers bullying kids not alot of student activities outside of school. When a parent asks questions or expects problems to be dealt with you get a whole lot of heart ache and attitude!
First 3rd & 5th grades are the most challenging years with the best teachers. Second and 4th were disappointing on an academic level. In 5th grade it did seem that the teachers were rushing to cover information in time for OAT testing. There is strong parent involvement and the PTO activities are well done. Overall a good experience. We're hoping for a great experience next year at Davis Middle School.
Chapman is a great school. There is a ton of parent involvement!There are great teachers. They really care about the kids and are willing to go out of their way to teach our kids at their level.