About This School
In 2010, Chase Collegiate School had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Connecticut average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Chase Collegiate School Reviews
With small class sizes, an interesting & challenging curriculum, attentive teachers and support staff, daily gym class, and wonderful lunches, this school is incomparable!
Our 3 kids can't wait for school to start again!
I am currently a senior and have been here since a freshman, and I absolutely love Chase. The academics are so challenging and the college prep school curriculum and attitude is competitive. One thing is for certain, take advantage of everything Chase has to offer. You will know everyone, and I mean everyone, right away. It is impossible to go through the hallways and not know someone's name. Fortunately, the teachers get to know you at a very personal level, which is very beneficial during the college process.
The majority of the Upper Schoolers participate in sports and theater (even if you're not the best actor). Their day consists of: classes until 3, athletics until 5, play until 7, then home for homework. The extracurriculars and sense of community always keeps you busy, as well as teaches time-management.
I've never doubted my years at Chase and would do it all over again. Of course, Chase is not for everyone. The small size can get to some people socially. However, if you are motivated, ready for a challenge, and want to grow, Chase is the perfect fit.