Chapin Public Schools

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There are 6 public schools in Chapin, SC, serving 4,435 students.
Minority enrollment is 11% of the student body (majority Black), which is less than the South Carolina state average of 48%.
The student:teacher ratio of 14:1 is less than the state average of 15:1.

Chapin, South Carolina Public Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • ChapinCenter For Advanced Technical Studies
    Vocational School
    916 Mount Vernon Church Rd
    ChapinSC 29036
    (803)476-8600
    Vocational School

    Gr. 9-12 | n/a students                      
  • ChapinChapin Elementary School
    940 Old Bush River Rd
    ChapinSC 29036
    (803)575-5900
    Gr. PK-5 | 838 students                      
  • Chapin Chapin High School
    300 Columbia Ave
    ChapinSC 29036
    (803)575-5400
    Gr. 9-12 | 1352 students                      
  • ChapinChapin Middle School
    1130 Old Lexington Hwy
    ChapinSC 29036
    (803)575-5700
    Gr. 6-8 | 1115 students                      
  • ChapinLake Murray Elementary School
    1531 Three Dog Rd
    ChapinSC 29036
    (803)476-4600
    Gr. KG-5 | 870 students                      
  • ChapinSchool Whitmore Schoolhool
    Charter School
    407 Lexington Ave
    ChapinSC 29036
    (866)476-6416
    Charter School

    Gr. 9-12 | 260 students                      

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