Chipman Scheduling Nights

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It’s that time of the year!  7th grade students  have been busy scheduling their classes for next year.  If you missed this opportunity, please call one of the counselors to set up your students class schedule for next year.  The next night of scheduling is for 5th graders coming to 6th grade.  This will take place on April 15th and 16th from 4-7:30pm.  The final round of class scheduling is for 6th graders going into 7th grade.  The dates for this group is May 6th and 7th from 4-7:30pm.  Below is a link to the course catalog to help students and parents choose classes and see the what the requirements are for each class.  If you have any questions or need to speak with a counselor, they can be reached during the school day or by email at the following:

  • Anita Bulischeck (students with last names A-L) 398-8197 ext. 204
  • Lisa Clendaniel (students with last names M-Z) 398-8197 ext. 240

2015 Course catolog

Important Message from W.T.Chipman Administration

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This is a message from the W.T. Chipman Administration.
School busses are an extension of the school environment.  Recently, students that attend our school have made very poor choices while riding our busses.
Students are expected to act the same way on the bus that they do in our classrooms, cafeteria, and hallways.  In reviewing recent video evidence from school buses, the behaviors being displayed do not show the respect that is expected from students to their peers and drivers.  Transportation to and from school is a privilege for students and one that should not be taken lightly.  Drivers must be able to focus on the road and transport our students safely.  We take pride in Chipman and in Lake Forest, we expect our students to treat the bus the way they treat their school.
Officer Stubbs, Dean Robinson and School Administration will be working closely with the drivers to ensure that students are safe and respectful while using our transportation system.

W. T. Chipman Sports Closet

sports-iconThe WT Chipman Sports Closet, for all children of Lake Forest, officially opens March 2nd.  Any child from within Lake Forest that would like to try a Spring Sport and needs equipment  or wants to try a sport before making a commitment to the sport may sign out the equipment and use it for the entire season FREE of charge from WT Chipman.  The Sports Closet  is open for families, students, and staff any time WT Chipman is open.  The National Junior Honor Society, Student Council, PTO and Athletic Department are co-sponsors of the closet.  Checking out a piece of equipment is as simple as signing the checkout form from the closet and taking the equipment with you for use.  There are baseball and softball bats, helmets, baseballs, baseball gloves, softball gloves, softballs, shoes/cleats of all sizes, catching equipment, tennis rackets, lacrosse sticks, soccer balls, football pads, and much more.  Please stop by WT Chipman at any time to browse the Sports Closet or check out a piece of equipment for the upcoming Spring Sports season and the upcoming Little League season.


A special Thank You goes out to Paige Bundschuh who originally brought the idea to WT Chipman in the fall.


We look forward to helping a child that wants the opportunity to try a sport that may not have otherwise had the opportunity.

Home Access Help

report card clipartBy clicking on Home Access and putting in your username and password, you are able to see your student’s grades.  The new Home Access site has raised some questions about how to see your student’s average for the class, not just the individual assignment scores.  In order to see their average for a class, you must click on log in to Home Access first.  When the schedule opens, click on Classes.  You must then select Full View in order to see the average for the class, not just the individual assignments.

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