Chapman’s Retreat Elementary School is part of the Williamson County School District in Middle Tennessee and is located 35 minutes south of Nashville, TN. Our school is located in Spring Hill, TN on the southern edge of the county and school district. Our school houses Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth grades and is supported by a strong family of students, parents, educators, as well as a close-knit community that share in the mission of Chapman’s Retreat Elementary.
Located in Spring Hill, TN, 30 minutes south of Nashville, TN, Chapman’s Retreat was established in 2003. Spring Hill is situated in both Williamson and Maury Counties. Spring Hill boasts rich historical sites, lush farmland, businesses, industry, and booming residential growth, especially on the Williamson County side. It was to help meet this growth that Chapman’s Retreat Elementary was built for the families of the southern part of Williamson County.
Serving grades Pre-K-5, CRES was one of the founding Williamson County Schools for the Spring Hill area. The doors were opened on August 11th for a full day of school. The first year began with 361 students, 28 classroom teachers, 7 special area teachers, and 5 special education teachers (including speech and gifted education). Today we serve over 690 students with more than 35 teachers. The staff, faculty, parents, and community of Chapman’s Retreat cooperatively work to fulfill the mission of Chapman’s Retreat Elementary.
Mission and Vision
Our vision is that all students will learn in an environment that fosters curiosity and creativity, promotes individual learning styles, and entices students to seek knowledge and solve problems.
Believe. Achieve. Exceed.
Our primary mission is to prepare students for the future, through rigorous instruction that emphasizes critical thinking, collaboration, and individualized learning.