1129 N. Girls School Rd.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46214
Main Phone: (317) 988-6400
Attendance: (317) 988-6450
Fax: (317) 243-5681
Chapelwood is located in a high commercially developed area on the west side of Indianapolis, on Girls School Road west of I-465 and north of 10th street. View map and get directions here.
The Chapelwood community is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing and diverse community of life-long learners through rigorous academics and standards-based learning which challenges our students to reach their potential and become successful citizens.
Chapelwood Champs Creed:
Honesty and Trust
Mutual Respect and Responsibility
Positively No Put Downs
Strive for Personal Best
Chapelwood Elementary School was originally constructed in 1963, with renovation completed in 1997 and 2007. In August 2007, a $7 million renovation project added four new classrooms and a new cafeteria, as well as technological improvements throughout the building. Our Media/Research Center features access to the Internet, as well as a scanner and digital cameras. Chapelwood facilities include art and music rooms, a gymnasium, cafeteria and technology lab.
50 teachers and 31 support staff, including media specialist, physical education, art, music, family community liaison, teacher assistants/paraprofessionals, nurse, secretaries, cooks, custodian, and Cummins Counselors.
As of November 1, 2011 814 students in grades K-6
2012 Spring ISTEP Results
|Grade||Language Arts||Math||Science||Social Studies|
|3||86%||69%||Not tested||Not tested|
The Chapelwood Champs
Purple and Gold
"Every Child, Every Day, Achieving Success in Every Way."
MSD of Wayne Township
K-8 Grading Scale
|Grade Level Standards||Scoring Guide||Percent Based||Letter Grade||
Description of Achievement Level on the Applicable Standards
|Exemplary||4||100||A+||The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 90% level on the appropriate state standards.|
|Proficient||3||87-89||B+||The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 80% level on the appropriate state standards.|
The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.
|Not Yet Meeting Standard||1||Below 70||F*||The grade of F indicates that the student did not demonstrate achievement at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.|
*Note: The grade of F will not be given for midterm reports. If a student’s performance indicates that the student does not yet demonstrate mastery at the 70% level on the appropriate state standards, a grade of I will be given. The grade of I means that specific “intervention” is planned to assist the student in meeting the standards by the end of the grading period. When the grade of I is given, the teacher will list the intervention(s) to be used on the midterm report.