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Dr. K. Babu Krishnamurthy P'18

For us, the process couldn’t have been any smoother. From the moment we stepped on campus, two visits, the application was in, and people couldn’t have been more helpful.

Openings for September

We are enrolling in select grades for September Please contact us at for more information.

CH-CH Application Video Walk-Through

We are excited that you are ready to apply to CH-CH. Below we have included the most common steps of the application process, including important dates. Have a question about the process? CH-CH’s admissions team is here to help! You can email,, or call 781-314-0804 at any time and we will work with you.

Application Process:

Fill out our online Inquiry Form or contact the admissions office by phone (781-314-0806) or email,, to request more information.
Schedule an On-Campus or Virtual Tour and Interview
We encourage prospective families to schedule an appointment for a campus tour and interview. These visits are scheduled Monday-Friday during the academic day, which gives you the opportunity to meet with students and teachers, and see classes in session.  Prospective families also have the option to schedule a virtual tour and interview. The interview is a requirement of the application process and needs to be completed by the application deadline of February 1.

The Application
Apply online (click here). Please make sure that the required teacher recommendations are from your current teachers. We also accept the SSAT online application, available at the SSAT website.
This year, the SSAT (Secondary School Assessment Test) is optional for all domestic applicants. We also accept educational testing (within the last three years).  Students can register for the SSAT online at and must request that scores are sent directly to CH-CH (school code 2278). International applicants are required to submit an official TOEFL score report.  All test scores must be submitted by the application deadline of February 1.

The Admissions and Need-Based Financial Aid Application
The admissions and need-based financial aid applications are due on or before February 1. 
A completed admissions application includes:
  • Preliminary Application
  • Parent Recommendation
  • Application Fee
  • Student Application
  • Current English and Math Teacher Recommendations
  • Current School Recommendation and Transcripts
  • Testing
If you are applying for need-based financial aid or interested in learning more about our scholarship opportunities, please visit those sections of our website.

Decision Letters
The Admissions Committee reviews all applications submitted by the February 1 deadline and notifies families of the decision on March 10.  This also includes need-based financial aid and scholarship decisions.  Admitted students have until April 10 to enroll and submit the enrollment contracts and required deposit. 
*After March 10, late applicants are considered as space permits.

Re-visit Days
Admitted students and parents will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, students, parents, and administrators. A personal invitation will be sent to families.

Admissions Team

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Lisa Pelrine

    Lisa Pelrine 

    Director of Enrollment Management
    Bentley College - B.S.
  • Photo of Susie Horan

    Susie Horan 

    Associate Director of Admissions and Director of Financial Aid
    College of the Holy Cross - B.A., Visual Arts Studio
    Boston College - M.S., Administrative Studies
  • Photo of Christina Leonelli

    Christina Leonelli 

    Assistant Director of Admissions and International Student Coordinator
    Quinnipiac University - B.A., Psychology
  • Photo of Caroline Finamore '13

    Caroline Finamore '13 

    Admissions Officer
    Curry College - B.A., Communication
  • Photo of Molly Sun

    Molly Sun 

    Associate Director of International Relations
    Northwest University of China - B.A., Journalism
    Northeastern University - M.Ed., Higher Education Administration
Located 10 miles from Boston, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall is a coeducational college preparatory school that teaches the way students learn. The School welcomes students with diverse learning styles and helps them to develop self-confidence and achieve academic success through personalized, integrated learning. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall offers 180 boarding and day students a richly diverse cultural and academic environment and opportunities to engage in the arts, athletics and community service.