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FSCJ North Campus

We are proud of our third generational continuum; a 50+ year, Jacksonville, Florida based, family-owned corporation devoted to premium service in the development of the “TOTAL CHILD.” Our convenient locations offer wholesome environments which provide continuous learning opportunities for our multi-sensory developmental approach to early childhood education.

Welcome to the FSCJ North Campus

Chappell North is nestled on the FSCJ North campus on Capper Road. We provide childcare for students and faculty of the college, as well as public families. The center can serve up to 75 children, and we enjoy a terrific partnership with the FSCJ culinary school. The culinary students have helped us with our “Fine Dining” events in the past.
DCF License #C04DU0094

4501 Capper Road Jacksonville, FL 32218  |  (904) 713-6010  |
Fax: (904) 713-6012

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About Our Campus

Therese Kelly
Therese KellyDirector, Chappell Schools at FSCJ North
I was ecstatic to start working with Chappell Schools in May of 2021. I have been in the Early Childhood Education field for fourteen years, with ten of the years in a Director role. A little about me… I was born and raised in Southern California. I graduated college at the University of Oklahoma, obtaining my degree in Early Childhood Education. I continued my career in Oklahoma for the past fourteen years, until my family and I moved to Jacksonville. I am a blessed mother to one incredible nine-year-old daughter. She is the love of my life. I have the same expectations for her as I do for your children, because when your child attends our school, your child will be loved as much as I love my own. I encourage them to do well like I do my own. I want to see them excel in all aspects to become a strong, productive, and attentive learner. This is why it is my privilege to lead Chappell Schools at FSCJ North and the many talented teachers and students here!

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