Our Campus

Small School. Big Campus.

Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall's 40-acre campus is what typically comes to mind with "New England boarding school." It's quiet, safe, and peaceful, with big trees, lots of green lawn, bicycles and few cars, traditional buildings, and a history that goes back to 1860. The incredible part is that downtown Boston is only ten miles away.

On weekends, students can join trips into Boston to see a play, or attend a sporting event, or simply walk its historic streets. They return to an extremely pleasant, homelike environment, where it's easy to concentrate and there's plenty of space to learn and grow.

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#15 Reflecting on My Day

"I love to meditate around campus.  It gives me time to clear my thoughts and reflect on the day."

Kyle G. '17

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785 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA 02452
Phone - 781-314-0800 Fax - 781-894-5205
Contact Us - admissions@chch.org 

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We Teach the Way Students Learn

Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall School is a small, coeducational college preparatory school dedicated to teaching the way students learn. Our faculty, over 70% of whom have advanced degrees, offers instruction tailored to individual learning styles and strengths, empowering our students to achieve their potential. Our multiple intelligences approach to teaching and learning both values and addresses the different ways students learn. Our curriculum challenges and engages students, with support seamlessly integrated into the classes and culture of the School. All our students are accepted into college or university with an emphasis on finding the best fit for their ambitions and interests. Diversity thrives in a social climate of acceptance. A dynamic mix of day and boarding students energizes our campus and creates opportunities for students to engage with each other in the arts, athletics, campus activities and community service. Our alumni/ae describe their experience at CH-CH as truly transformational. Our private, independent school is located ten miles from Boston.