Chandler Park Academy

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Chandler Park Academy
20100 Kelly Road
Harper Woods, Michigan 48225
United States
Coordinates 42°26′42″N 82°56′35″W / 42.44504°N 82.94312°W / 42.44504; -82.94312Coordinates: 42°26′42″N 82°56′35″W / 42.44504°N 82.94312°W / 42.44504; -82.94312
School type Charter
Founded 1997
Principal Ronald Williams
Grades K-12
Enrollment 1,150 (November 25, 2009)
Area suburban
Color(s) Navy and White
Nickname Eagles

Chandler Park Academy is a charter school in Harper Woods, Michigan. Founded in 1997, it is a college preparatory elementary, middle, and high school offering grades K-12.

The student body is 98.89% African American and 80% of students qualify for free/reduced price lunch. The student/teacher ratio is 25:1.[1]

Chandler Park Academy rates lower than most nearby public schools based on test scores according to,[2] although their fall 2006 MEAP and National Merit scores were higher than the State of Michigan targets.

The Chandler Park boys middle school track team won the championship for the 3rd time in a row. Derrick Walton Jr. attended this school along with other athletes such as C'sonte York, Andre Turner, Robert Kelly, and David Barks.

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