9th & 10th GRADERS – there is a mandatory meeting Thursday, September 12 during lyceum in the theater regarding the upcoming PSAT.  Please arrive at 12:45pm.


The following colleges are visiting Chandler Prep in the next few days:

  • Emory University – Thursday, Sept. 12 at 10:15am
  • Northeastern University – Thursday, Sept. 12 at 11:15am
  • Hillsdale College – Friday, Sept. 13 at 8:15am

Please sign up in the forum and get your gold pass signed by your teacher at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled visit.  You also must write so your pass is legible and includes your full first and last name.

Get ready to experience the Circus of Dreams! Homecoming tickets go on sale for $20 dollars starting Monday in the cafeteria at lunch.

Attention Key Club members.  Our book drive runs all month long.  Please bring gently used books, without annotations, to the box in the forum.  Please write your name on a post-it note provided so that you can get volunteer hours for each book you deposit.   Let’s fill up the library with wonderful books to inspire all.


There will be an informational meeting and practice for all students interested in Middle School Science Bowl at 7:45 a.m. on Friday, September 13, in room 216. If you can’t make the meeting, please contact Mr. Wallington for more information.


Students are expected to be present in their classrooms and ready to begin class work prior to the late bell. A reminder about 1st hour tardies, from The Family Handbook: “The school disapproves of the accumulation of unexcused late arrivals to school, irrespective of the circumstances. Persistent first-period tardiness is highly disruptive of instruction and undermines student morale. On the third occasion (fourth for Middle School) that a student has an unexcused first-period tardy in a quarter, a detention will be issued to the student by the first–period teacher. For each subsequent unexcused first period tardy in the quarter, another detention will be issued. When a student has received four detentions for tardiness in a quarter, then he or she may receive an in-school suspension for a duration determined by the administration.”