A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/4 inches (3.18 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: "Azure, a cross of chains voided of the field, in the first a lyre, in the second an atom, in the third a winged foot, in the fourth a torch enflamed bendwise sinister all Argent (Silver Gray)." Crest: "The head of an eagle in profile facing sinister Argent (Silver Gray)." Attached below the shield, a Blue scroll inscribed "CHANDLER PARK ACADEMY" in Silver letters.
Michigan blue and white are the school colors. Blue represents thinking and truth; two attributes the cadets pursue in their education and training. White (Silver Gray) represents perfection; something the cadets seek to achieve in everything they do. The eagle is the school's mascot and represents courage, strength and wisdom. The students identify with their mascot in their pursuit of academic as well as athletic achievements. Represented on the shield are the arts, sciences, health and physical education, and the torch of knowledge respectively. The cross of chains represents the joint efforts of each cadet that, when linked, form a strong bond cannot be broken.
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized 1 April 2011.