CH-CH News

List of 3 news stories.

  • CH-CH Teachers' Inspirational Surprise

    CH-CH students received something unexpected this holiday season, as their teachers surprised them with a personal message about how the student has been an inspiration to them. The emotional messages and reactions were recorded as part of the #InspirationVideo project, which can be seen here:

    “Our students are some of the most compassionate, hardworking and brave individuals I have ever met,” said Head of School, Lance Conrad, Ed.D. “Our Chargers are the reason why we’re excited to come to work each day; they are the epicenter of our professional lives. It’s really important to us that they realize this fact and we celebrate them.”

    As part of the #InspirationVideo project, CH-CH is challenging others to pick one person this holiday season, and let them know how they have inspired you. The video reactions can be tagged with #InspirationVideo.
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  • U.S. Senate Simulation at CH-CH

    On October 28, 2016, Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall students gathered in the CH-CH Commons to conduct the School’s first U.S. Senate simulation. The simulation was created by the history department; they wanted their students to see the inner workings of the country’s legislation process. History teacher Colin Meiselmen, said he wanted “the students to experience what it is like to be a legislator and to make changes to our country.”
    Each student portrayed a republican or democrat who currently serves in the U.S. Senate. The students researched their senator to understand their positions regarding various topics, as well as to learn their voting history and relationship with their constituents. The students were then divided into sub-committee based upon their senator’s memberships. These sub-committees met during class time in the days leading up the simulation. Each student was required to propose a bill to their sub-committee and then attempt to have that bill pass in the senate during the full simulation. The students spent the simulation day voting on various bills that ranged from taxes on clean energy, to dispensing aid to refugees in Jordan. The simulation dealt with current issues while providing students new perspectives of the legislative process.
    A highlight video of the event is available here:
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  • Chargers Recognized at Athletics Awards Night

    Monday evening, November 7, 2016, we gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of all of our fall athletic teams as well as recognize some individual award winners for their outstanding contributions.  Congratulations to the following award winners:

    Captains' Award: Mengmeng X. (’18)
    Coaches' Award: India C. (’19)
    Coaches' Award: Jordyn K. (’19)

    Captains' Award: Edward E. (’19)
    Team Award: Ryan D. (’17)
    Coaches' Award: Nira B. (’17)

    Most Valuable Player: Wei 'David' Z. (’19)
    Most Improved Player: Benjamin G. (’20)
    Coaches' Award: Malachi L. (’19)

    Most Valuable Player: Hunter C. (’18)
    Most Improved Player: Alexandra L. (’17)
    Coaches' Award: Savannah W. (’17)

    Most Valuable Player: Noa G.-E. (’19)
    Most Improved Player: Jillian B. (’19)

    Most Valuable Runner: Tyler S. (’19)
    Most Improved Runner: MingJie 'MJ' W. (’19)
    Most Improved Runner: Benjamin G. (’20)
    Coaches' Award: Jiarong Z. (’18)

    Most Improved Player: Seung Soo 'Joseph' C. (’17)
    Coach's Award: Carl R. (’17)
    Congratulations to the following athletes on being awarded all-league recognition:

    IGC Girls' Soccer - Lily A. (’17)
    IGC Volleyball - Hunter C. (’18)
    IGC Volleyball - Phoebe D. (’18)
    MBIL Cross Country - Tyler S. (’19)
    MBIL Boys' Soccer - Ryan D. (’17)

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Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Magazine Feedback Request

    Ben Rogers
    This fall we released the inaugural issue of the CH-CH Chronicle and now we need your help! As we plan the 2017 issue, we would love to hear your feedback. To read the CH-CH Chronicle online, and submit your valuable feedback, please visit
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  • (L) Sam Giler '08, Ben Rogers, Gary Heller '10, Paul Harlan, Sam Melanson '10, Sean Mulvehill '10, Sara Lourie '99, Caroline Finamore '13, Anna Gostylo '08, Scott Prenovitz '97, Mike Wade '96, Sara Gorgone '98, Bobby Shirazi '96, Will Chan '96, Britt Gochros '97, Amber McMahon '98

    1920's Speakeasy

    Ben Rogers
    On Friday, December 16, 2016, the CH-CH Alumni Council hosted their first event, 1920’s Speakeasy. Alumni ranging from the 1990’s through 2013 attended and had a great time. Alumni were able to reconnect with one another as well as with former teachers.

    Please continue to check the alumni page ( for events and updates.
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  • (L) Gillary Garcia, Ben Kline, Sam Nesin-Perna, Eric Crain, Hannah Sarnie, Cameron Jabs, Jack Milkey, Mark Nathin, Juliette Dent, Nora Marbury, Natalia Goudvis.

    Welcome back Class of 2016!

    Ben Rogers
    It was wonderful to welcome alumni from the Class of 2016 back to campus on November 23, 2016 to reconnect with their former classmates and update us on their college experiences. We hope that you visit campus the next time your travels bring you to Waltham.
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