Chapelfield Elementary
Begins - 8:00am • Dismissal - 2:25pm
» PRINCIPAL.... Shea Reed
» SECRETARY.... Brooke Brofford
» PHONE.... (614) 478-5575
» FAX.... (614) 337-3755

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Chapelfield is a cooperative, nurturing and respectful community striving toward life-long learning and excellence.

Mission Statement

The staff at Chapelfield Elementary strive to provide a positive, secure environment where diverse instructional strategies are implemented and children are actively involved in meaningful learning experiences.  These experiences encourage problem solving and creativity that prepares children for all areas of future experiences.


Chapelfield Elementary, located on Chapelfield Road, was named after this street. It was built in 1968 as the fifth elementary in the Gahanna-Jefferson School District. Chapelfield Elementary was enlarged in 1991 to include four additional classrooms and a new library media center.

School Headlines
Gahanna-Jefferson summer 'Journey to Learning'

Gahanna-Jefferson summer 'Journey to Learning'

The "Journey to Learning" program offers a variety of classes for students pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Learn More »

March 6-10 is National School Breakfast Week

March 6-10 is National School Breakfast Week

Did you know that March 6 – 10 is National School Breakfast Week? Learn More »

Coffee with the Superintendent, March 13

Coffee with the Superintendent, March 13

Please join GJPS staff, parents, residents and stakeholders for an informative and informal two-way chat over coffee. Learn More »

Fifth graders spread kindness on Valentine’s Day

Fifth graders spread kindness on Valentine’s Day

After passing out valentines and enjoying ice cream, Mr. Dimmerling’s fifth grade students began a project that showcased the true... Learn More »