Our Students

Our students come from a wide range of academic backgrounds and choose CH-CH because they know our intimate community will embrace who they are and challenge them to grow into what they can become. Once here, students find a community that is supportive, academically challenging, and focused on successful preparation for college and beyond.

Recent CH-CH Graduates

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  • Callie D. '18

    Middle School: Wayland Middle School

    College: Ithaca College

    Major: I plan to study Communications, with focus areas in journalism and sports media.

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Throughout my four years at CH-CH I played soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and participated in the Cavalry program. During my senior year, I was the leader of the environmental club on campus.
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  • Xavier H. '18

    Middle School: Burlington Public

    College: Pace University

    Major: I plan to study Business Management. When I was applying to colleges, I knew I wanted to start my own business someday.

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Lacrosse, Wrestling, Soccer, Drama. I received an athletic scholarship to play Lacrosse for Pace, so that would have to be my favorite co-curricular, Mr. MacPhail was an inspiring coach.

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  • Vivian L. '18

    Middle School: I went to middle school in my hometown, Shanghai.

    College: Northeastern University

    Major: Biochemistry. I had such great experiences in my science classes at CH-CH, and senior year I did various research projects relating to biochem.

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Volleyball, Newspaper, Lacrosse, Cavalry, and Student Government- I was elected student body Vice President my junior year!
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  • Patrizia T. '18

    Middle School: Simon Bolivar School

    College: Wellesley College

    Major: Dual Major in Peace & Justice Studies and International Relations

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Theatre, Fitness. Performing in theatre productions gave me the opportunity to connect with people who had different points of view and develop a strong sense of community.
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  • Nate M. '18

    Middle School: Carroll School

    College: University of Vermont

    Major: I decided to study Psychology. I’ve known Psych would be my major since I was a freshman. I want to give a helping hand to those who need it. Not only that but to help people see things about themselves that they wouldn’t be able to otherwise.

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Theatre, Soccer, Lacrosse.
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  • Cheyenne B. '16

    College: Wheaton College

    Major: My main focus is to become a playwright, so I’ve decided to double major in Creative Writing and Theater with a minor in Psychology. I love being able to create new characters and develop their backgrounds. After college, I want to start my own theatre company that will teach kids about acting and writing. I’ll also continue to write plays, and I really want to win a Tony Award one day!

    Co-curriculars at CH-CH: Theater and Volleyball.
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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.