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K-8
Public charter
Woodland Hills, CA
Students enrolled: 700

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19722 Collier Street
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

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(818) 346-5100
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Map of Chime Institute's Schwarzenegger Community address.

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December 03, 2014
Excellent school all around. My daughter has been there from K-4 so far and loves it. The teachers provide a great atmosphere for learning. They're supportive, nurturing, responsive, and effective for their students of all ability levels. My daughter in the bell curve, above average but not gifted. I'm happy that she's instructed alongside students of all abilities. Chime promotes and discusses their no-bullying policy, which issues awards for respect in their academic awards ceremonies for every grade. Their all-inclusive charter translates into a lower API score, so don't be overly concerned with that. Parental involvement is assumed, with homework sign off required each week so that you know what's being taught and how your kid(s) are coping with it. I know of other public schools that don't require homework sign off, which puts parents out of sync with possible struggles until grades are issued.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2012
What an amazing place! We came to Chime from a private school due to financial issues and to our surprise it was even better! My son had Mrs. Jamison and Mrs. Green for second grade. They are wonderful teachers and we are extremely grateful that they were a part of our child's life. Chime is a community of acceptance and understanding. The school incorporates learing through art, music, gardening, and imagination! We really did win the lottery!

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2012
I love Chime so much! I go there,actually, in 5th grade. In Chime there are a lot of activities to do, like special math games and fun field trips. In every grade there is always a fun project to do, even for the special needs kids.Those kids aren't separated from us, so it's nice to get to know them. The field trips are really fun,too! In kindergarten, you go to the LA zoo,in 4th grade,the California missions.You even go to,wait for it...DISNEYLAND in 5th grade for a culmination trip!!!This school is amazing,and is now a K-8 school!!!

- submitted by a community member
April 01, 2012
Chime is a unique and wonderful school. It looks at each child as an individual and helps him/her to grow and develop at their own pace, while holding the whole class to the same high expectations of all public schools. The teachers and staff are truly dedicated to the well being of the kids. I can't say enough positive things about this school. I just feel blessed to have my child attend.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2012
I have two children who attend Chime Charter. I have a special needs child and a typical gifted sibling that attends. The school and community is great and there is no bullying and my autistic child is nurtured and has friends that he wouldn't have at any other public school. It is the greatest place for a special needs child because the chime model is all about inclusion. Typical and and special needs children work side by side. For my academically gifted child Chime may not be the most appropriate. Although gifted students have special assignments and they are pushed harder what lacks is the healthy competition of being around other competitive students. When your other classmates are just as smart as you the level of your class discussion, projects are at another level. My friends who are at schools with 9 or 10 ratings have far more knowledge and the standardized test reflect that. Hands down a for a special needs child there couldn't be a better place in the Southern California, but if you have a typical gifted child Chime is not appropriate to challenge them. We are moving are gifted child to a 10 rated school and keeping our special needs child at Chime.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2011
My son is student at CHIME and we have been so impressed with his and our experience. He has been given a gift at this school. Yes, he gets all the required academics and enrichment for gifted children, but more than that he has learned empathy, team work, creative decision making and so much more. I am thrilled at how much i can be involved on the campus. Our parents are incredible. You really get to be part of your child's education at our school. That is not possible at many other schools, especially in the giant LAUSD system. I feel heard by teachers here and know my child's safety and personal and academic needs are being met. Our teachers teach as a team and know all the kids in their grade. We have many helpers in the classroom and mostly we have nice children who truly cared for. I couldn't ask for more from an elementary school. My son is learning to be a great human being at CHIME.

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2011
I will forever be grateful that my children attend Chime. All the staff is genuinely caring and know my kids by name. The Teachers are always available to you and genuinely care about your child. As soon as I feel one of my children is struggling on a subject they immediately are open to a group meeting to discuss a better way to help my child whether it be academic or behavioral and this is just with my typical child. Thank you Chime Staff for being there for my children above and beyond of what is expected of you.

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2011
I am wondering what review people are referring to as I haven't seen it. I am a parent of a Chime student and I'm glad that my child goes there. The teachers (that we've had to this point) are wonderful and seem to take so much pride in what they do. Parents are more involved than at your average school, which makes all of the difference if you ask me. This seems like more of a nurturing environment than at your avg. neighborhood school. However, to say that Chime is challenging is not my experience at all. My child scores pretty much in the middle and is not labeled as gifted. however, I find the curriculum to be very basic and not nearly as advanced as friends in several other public schools. I do find that friends at Chime that are behind are catered to and sometimes it seems like the preoccupation with those children takes away from the students who are in the middle or gifted. However, if my child were behind, I'm sure I would be happy with the philosophy. It's unfortunate that our school lost its great principal and hopefully the new one coming in the fall will give the school the guidance that it needs.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2011
"A great school has: Excellent Teachers; Strong principal/school leadership; Challenging academic programs." This is the definition of "a great school" given the margin beside the box I'm typing in. CHIME has all of these in spades. The teachers AND the amazing support they are given is what makes CHIME so different, I think even more so than the Charter that focuses on inclusion. Strong Leadership - absolutely. Challenging academic programs - absolutely. If you want an extremely gifted magnet school, there are plenty of those to go around, and this isn't one. If you want a school that focuses on educating ALL children, you can't get better than CHIME. YES of course there is fundraising -- I'm sorry, you are either at a public school fundraising like crazy or you are paying for a private school. I don't think there is another option. And if you are looking for a school where you agree with and like all of the other parents, maybe home schooling is for you. (BTW, posting anonymously on this site and messing with the star rating is rather pathetic. Clearly you know this person with which you are so annoyed, I suggest you have a conversation with her, or the principal.)

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2011
Wow - I'm disgusted that the reviewer below used this website to start trolling over something unrelated to the quality of education that CHIME offers. I have 2 kids at CHIME, and anyone reading this should know that regardless of the 1 star rating afforded below (posted May 8 2011), if you happen to be lucky enough to be accepted to CHIME, you should do yourself a favor, and stop looking anywhere else, and literally pat yourself on the back for being so lucky. It might be the best school in SFV you could get your kid into. Parents drive long distances (from Toluka Lake in some instances) to get their kids there. The teachers are engaged, professional and they go way above and way beyond to provide your kid with the very best education that you could hope for. Every school has parents who harbor ill-will toward other parents, but you would be doing yourself and your kid a massive disservice by putting any stock in that 1 Star Review.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2011
I think the pervious review was completely out of line. I do not think this is the correct forum to complain about other parents and worse than that, making negative comments about a child. CHIME does an excellent job educating children. I have 2 kids with different needs and learning styles and they are both getting the help they need as individuals. I personally like the reduced homework so my kids can spend after school time enjoying other activities like sports and music. If you feel not having homework is an issue for your child talk to the teachers, I am sure they can provide supplemental work.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2011
This too is directed to the posting from May 8, 2011. Clearly, their posting was not used to rate CHIME but to make a personal attack. I have two children at CHIME Elementary and can't compliment the staff enough. The teachers work hard to create exciting curriculum and ensure your child's needs are being met. As for the accusations made, I don't see any support within the review and question their accuracy. I too am concerned about the change in homework philosophy, but in my discussions with the teachers, they assured me they are monitoring this to ensure the quality of education remains intact. As I am not a teacher and have no reason to doubt them, I am willing go along with our teachers. I think the 5/8/11 posting says more about the parent than the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2011
Hi, I am a former Chime Aide! After reading this review, i was very disapointed. I was with the school for a little over 2 yrs. It was home to me. I saw students everyday that either I worked with or that I knew in general. Chime blends together students from all backrounds. I myself have special needs! Nothing and No one can define normal! Chime both gets that and understands it! Chime believes that Person First Lango is the way to go. In the end the child with special needs ends up having more friends then the child without!

- submitted by a community member
May 11, 2011
This school is absolutely wonderful. I could not have asked for more. It is like a second home to us and the students, teachers and staff are like our second family. The parent involvement is absolutely amazing and so effective in making our kids find a sense of belonging. I will recommend this school to anyone who wants their child to get a wonderful education and then some.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 28, 2010
No one is just a number or a file or a permanent record at this school, everyone is an individual with his or her own needs that the shcool tries its best to meet.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2010
When my son wakes up every morning and is happy to be going to school, I know, without a doubt, that he is in a good place. The teachers and faculty at Chime are exceptionally in tuned to the needs of the students. Granted, there are way too many fundraisers and volunteer requests. However, if it weren't for all the parent volunteers, Chime would be partially successful. As parents, we look for certain criteria such as safety, academics, individual expression, and Chime offers all of that and more.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2010
This school is a blessing with a few annoyances. Both of my daughters attend this school. There are many wonderful, caring teachers at this school and it is a respite for a panicked parent dealing with the LAUSD. That said, if your child is gifted or above average academically, the odds are high that he or she will be BORED. Inclusion is wonderful, but at this school it costs the brightest students some stimulation. Feelings and consideration are stressed here, but everyday practicalities are sometimes lacking. Don't be surprised if your child has an intensive, well motivated lesson plan (lovely) but cast out into the melee without further thought as soon as it is completed. Be ready for LOTS and LOTS of fundraising and donation requests. Chime is the Wimpy of charter schools.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2010
This is the school that all schools should model themselves by and that every parent wishes they could have attended because we know we would be better people today. CHIME is an inclusive school where children with all abilities learn together. It really is the way the world should be. The children learn to care for each other and every student is valued and brought to their full potential. The teachers and faculty are passionate and take great care in curriculum as well as students' well being.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 19, 2010
This school is a true 'heart and soul' model for what a school - and our world - should be. It is a true community of caring teachers, parents and students who practice the best of traditional education mixed with creative and innovative tools and approaches. Twenty percent of the students at CHIME are Special Needs; they learn and play side by side with the 'typical needs' and 'gifted' children; they are all one and all kids (as well as parents) benefit from this. It is a model school for inclusive education - educators from all over the world travel to CHIME to study its success.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2010
My visit to the school was a revelation. So many kids engaged in what needed to be done, so many parents supporting the kids, as they engaged in multiple projects and class work. It was a happy place to be.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2010
The dedication of the staff & teachers is inspiring...the commitment to the idea of creating community permeates every aspect of the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
dedicated staff, fantastic and devoted principal, my two children are superhappy at the school. Every child gets the attention it deserves, no one is left behind.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2010
Such a wonderful caring community of parents and students. There is a 'what do we need to do to make a great educational experience for our kids?' attitude there. The children love the school as well. And new, starting this fall it will be K-8 with a green building under construction. We were so fortunate to win the lottery and attend CHIME!

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
Friendly, professional staff, who show respect and care for all of the kids and families, and who create a learning environment that nurtures our kids academically and socially.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2010
Amazing educators and staff who do everything possible to ensure each child is getting the attention and instruction he or she needs. I get goosebumps when I think about how much the principal and her staff care, and what a special community we've created.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 18, 2010
Like many parents, we anticipated a school atmosphere that accepts the role of a charter: Community and parental involvement in the educational process. With much lip service paid to that idea, we discovered the reality is CHIME is resistant to most parental involvement. They do love your advice when it revolves around raising money for the school, but if you have an issue with policy or a teacher (there's one teacher who nearly all parents complain extensively about), you find the same LAUSD approach which is to say all the right things and do nothing about it. Effective administrative oversight is lacking. Bullying is persistent. Children have been inadvertently left behind at the nearby park where PE is performed (the student returned four hours later). Some parents have left the school over concerns about one teacher who has a short temper and is extremely unorganized. The 6th grade teachers are excellent.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
no rating October 18, 2009
A good education provides the very best opportunity for the future and an ongoing love of learning. Chime provides that environment.

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 15, 2009
The entire staff and the school philosophy. Every child is treated as the individual they are.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 14, 2009
I am new to CHIME and I am honored to be a part of this school. It is professionally conducted and education is provided in a caring, effective, and conducive manner. My kindergartener is already learning academically in addition to reinforcing community importance and environmental significance.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2009
Chime charter school is the best! my niece has cerebral palsy and is making incredible progress due to the wonderful efforts of their great teaching staff! love you sophia!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2009
Chime Charter Elementary's philosophy, staff, and community make it a great school. Our inclusive approach and teaching are unique and successful!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2009
Dedicated teachers. Curriculum is very enriching and hands on. Students are giving equal opportunities and individualized curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2009
CHIME Charter is one of the best coteaching model school you will find.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2009
This school is a true community, where everyone comes together to create a place where all children can get a great education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 12, 2009
I love the nurturing environment where all children are able to thrive.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2009
It is a real community that cares about one another and each individuals needs. Teachers and staff are dedicated professionals that work nights and weekends to make sure each student's needs are met. And the parents spend as much time on campus as the students. Everyone is dedicated to making the entire school a success.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2009
I love its policy of inclusion for special needs children -- all students can benefit from each other's diversity in so many ways, you can't start teaching this too soon!

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 12, 2009
It is the most comprehensive full inclusion school I have ever seen!

- submitted by a teacher
no rating October 12, 2009
It integrates art, music and academics along with being a good citizen. I love our school it's a great community for our children to learn in. The team approach to teaching at our school makes sure each child's needs are met. My son will be a better student having gone to Chime as well as a better human being!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 11, 2009
Chime has dedicated and passionate teachers and professionals, not to mention parents. Positive reinforcement and best teaching practices are used, which helps students be their best in all areas of life.

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2009
CHIME is so much more than an amazing model of inclusive education. It addresses the needs of children of ALL abilities. The circulum is presented by a collaborative effort between many staff: the teachers/co-teachers of that grade, art and music programs, outdoor classroom, etc. The way the material is presented to the children is creative and fun, and let's the children learn the material from many different points of view and in different mediums. My children have both grown tremendously in this environment. They love to go to school everyday. Additionally, CHIME has an strong community of families. It is such a wonderful, special school to be a part of.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 11, 2009
I love this school because everyone is taught according to their needs!!! Fabulous

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 10, 2009
Amazing teachers, fantastic parent support, an environment of tolerance, discovery and learning

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 10, 2009
They know how to teach all kinds of kids at the same time. Everyone from the principal to the teachers loves the kids and works really hard to help each one succeed. Amazing parent community

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 10, 2009
There are few schools where a parent can safely say that her child, regardless of their ability, will be treated with respect and care by teachers who will do everything they can to ensure that the child will succeed to their fullest potential. Chime is such a place.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2009
It does a great job at mainstreaming students with special needs and letting the normal children gain an appreciation and respect for every human being, no matter what condition they are in.

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 10, 2009
it is just a wonderfull school that let all children learn in their way and pace (20 % of kids are with disabilities but yet learning with the other kids in the same classes)and they do a grate job teaching all students- they also help the community and you have a great feeling of a big supporting family.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2009
Chime School provides excellent education for my grandson.

- submitted by a community member
October 10, 2009
Chime has an amazing community of families. Our teachers and staff care so much about our children. We are so lucky to be a part of all that is going on at this school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
This is the most loving school EVER! The parents and children are the most incredible people!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
Beyond their amazing education model of inclusion, small classrooms each all co-taught, and creative instruction, we have an outdoor classroom and garden, computer lab, and an incredible community of families who support the school, our children and teachers. It's an amazing school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
CHIME is an amazing school. My daughter is not only learning all the academics, she is also learning that all people, no matter their ability or disability, deserve a great education. I am proud to tell people my daughter goes to CHIME Charter Elementary.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
I love CHIME Charter because they take into account each child's learning style and accommodate it. It truly is a community where parents are very involved and the children learn from their example. Its' also great to have a school that works so hard to maintain art and music programs, not to mention an outdoor classroom and garden!

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2009
My son started Kindergarten this year. My son loves school and we love CHIME very much!! We feel warm welcome every day. They have great teachers. Parent involvement are great and the princple is such a nice educator. Many different kinds of after-school enrichment program. We are so happy being a part of CHIME family!!

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August 25, 2009
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February 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 25, 2009
We are lucky and blessed to have CHIME. I pray with all my heart for the dedicated principal and hard working teachers.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2009
This being our second year at Chime has been wonderful. Our first year was a struggle and it was a very difficult transition for our child.....but with all the support from everyone; Principal,Teachers, paras, we couldn't be happier, it is very fulfilling seeing our child grow and have a positive attitude towards school. We are very lucky and grateful to have found this school.

- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2009
It's is a wonderful school. Small class size with 2 two teachers in every classroom plus additional adults for support. Every child is included and accepted. All children succeed. It's not like any other public school.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2008
We are new at CHIME this year. We were lucky enough that our children got it and we could not be happier. Classes just started but from the first day our children came back home telling us how much they love the school and how it is the best school ever! My oldest daughter tells us that it is fun to learn at her new school, not like her prior school. It is very hands on. She is so eager to learn. The teachers we have met couldn't be nicer, so is the principal. We feel like we won the lottery! Every parent we meet tells us how much they love the school.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2008
CHIME is an amazing school. The teachers and para-professionals are outstanding. The school wins awards - all the time! It is clear the school's principal is driven to succeed and the parents are the backbone at chime. I have never seen such parent involvement. Parents who do a pizza program that pays for an art teacher. There is a mom who makes sure the kids are recycling and learning about being green. Another mom has established an outdoor garden with dedicated mom's and dad's that help out, too. There is a dad who has been getting grants and making the entire school more beautiful. There are parents who taught circus skills then the whole school had a circus themed fundraiser that was more fun than we could have had at disneyland. It makes me want to be eight and go back to school... What a gift to have found this gem

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 11, 2008
My family absolutely loves CHIME! I have two boys who are both typical learners. My eldest graduated from 5th grade last year and is doing great in the private middle school he is currently attending. He was well prepared for middle school and has had no problem keeping up with the rest of his class. My youngest is in his third year at CHIME and I love it when I get to pick him up after school and I get to listen to his stories about everything he learned that day! He loves to go to school every day which in turn makes my day much easier! The learning environment the staff has created is wonderful. Much of the science curriculum is 'hands on' which makes it fun for the kids as well as helping the fundamentals to 'stick'.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2008
This is our daughters 1st year at Chime and we couldn't be happier. The teachers are wonderful and the whole school is exceptional. Our daughter talks about how much fun school is everyday and to us that says a lot!

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2008
This school is truly dedicated to teaching children using various resources and applications. They are truly unique in that they also aid in teaching values and character traits that can help in life. I couldnt imagine sending my children anywhere else.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2008
This school is a model school and training site for inclusive education. All teaching is collaborative with a general ed teacher (master teacher) and a special ed teacher. This means all kids (gifted, typical and special needs) get access to modifications and individualized learning. Before being at this school, I didn't know that 'special ed' experts also study gifted -- anything outside the norm. When kids struggle or soar, the teachers are prepared. And, the community is wonderful. Both of my kids are typical, leaning toward gifted, and yet both have benefitted from having experts available when the kids were struggling and when they really take off in a subject. Best of all, my children are in a truly inclusive environment where emotional and social intelligence matters too.

- submitted by a parent
February 29, 2008
I am so happy we have our children at CHIME. Our younger child got in through the lottery and we were able to, later, get our older child in, and it is the best thing that has happened to the children. The faculty is amazing and we marvel at their dedication and commitment to the students. The class sizes are small with additional professional support in each class. The collaborative teaching style and teaching philosophy creates an environment where the children learn to question and look at things from different perspectives. Our children are so excited about being in school and they become so absorbed by their studies it is phenomenal CHIME is what public education should be. The incredible thing about CHIME is that it is a charter school, receives 2/3 the funding of a public school and is still able to create a great learning environment for the children

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2008
By far, the best school setting in America. Teachers are highly qualified, passionate about their work, and parent involvement is exceptional.

- submitted by a community member
January 03, 2008
My child is also in kindergarten and is excited about learning and does not want to leave school. She has no special needs or challenges and is a normally developing child. She went to a private preschool that is one of the best in the area. So she had an exceptional preschool experience. CHIME is providing that next vital step for her. She scored the highest you can score on her first report card and all of the comments were favorable. The after school enrichment programs are so numerous that we can't keep up and the parent participation is high. The key is, you get out of CHIME what you put into it.

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2007
My child expresses being bored on pretty much a daily basis. Our child is in K, and they are doing things in the class that was done in Pre-School. Granted, it is a nice school, but certainly not a 'fit' for all kids.

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August 17, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2007
We love Chime! My daughter, who has an auditory processing disorder, started second grade at Chime last year and climbed from a Pre-K reading level to proficiency in one year! (And, she learned how to play chess.) Our five-year-old is starting this fall, too.

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August 05, 2007
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August 01, 2007
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March 16, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2006
The very basics are taught and I see my child now zoning out, bored and overall not enjoying herself. There are minimal extracurricular activities. CHIME is definately not laying the foundation for my children's future. These are not the only concerns.

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May 07, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2006
CHIME charter provides a wonderful community environment. Teachers value family involvement and input.

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January 13, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2006
I have one child at Chime and twins that start next year. I am very happy with the amazing staff at Chime. They never stop impressing me with their innovative teaching techniques. The principal is a strong woman who takes care of the children and the parents at Chime. I feel completely confident when dropping off my child that he is in good hands and look forward to next year when my other children will be able to participate in such an interesting school. I also love the fact that my 1st grader is learning American Sign Language. I feel very proud to be a part of Chime.

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January 10, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2005
I have never experienced a better way of education for my children than i have at chime charter. My daughter came from a school where she was told she talks to much and botheres other children since she was done with her work before they were. At chime they take advantage of the extra time to educate them more. Chime sees the positive and not the negative in your child. This school will help with selfesteam and motivate your child to learn and enjoy school . Signlanguage is part of the reportcard. Special need children are in the same class. Everyone is equal no matter what. The class size is no more than 20.Afterschool programs include yoga, karate, gymnastics, basketball, drama and much more. All activities are planned by parent volunteers and chime staff.

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April 12, 2005
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Comparison school ratings are not a match for this jewel of a learning community because there are no other schools to compare it with. Test scores (780) reflect the diversity on our campus rather than the measure of academic success. One visit to the campus and people feel the energy put into students actively learning together to meet their highest academic and social potential. CHIME works to maintain diversity and quality instruction for all students. CHIME is a partner with California State University, Northridge as a demonstration site in teacher training. All students benefit from the support of these resources and a co-teaching model.

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Chime Institute's Schwarzenegger Community
19722 Collier Street, Woodland Hills, CA  91364
(818) 346-5100
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