About

Our Teachers

CH-CH teachers impact their students’ lives through the energy, care, and dedication that they bring to the classroom every day. Our teachers know their students, and they know how to foster a love of learning because they love learning themselves.
Our faculty are highly dedicated to professional development, which informs and inspires their work in the classroom. When our teachers build a lesson plan, they are focused on more than getting information across. CH-CH teachers make lessons come to life. By creating engaging entry points, partnering with other classes, and making real-world connections to the material, our teachers craft learning experiences that our students are excited about.

Our teachers and students have the rewarding opportunity to collaborate daily outside of the classroom, whether it’s on the athletic field, on stage, or in the residential program. These partnerships allow our students and educators to become better versions of themselves and form the fabric of our tight-knit community.
 

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  • Kasey Aulenback

    History Teacher
    Ultimate Frisbee Assistant Coach, JV Volleyball Assistant Coach  
    Education: Providence College - B.A., History and Secondary Education

    “An effective education is the vehicle which creates lifelong learning skills, critical thinkers, problem solvers, role models, and achievers by preparing students to face the world with resilience and confidence.”

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  • Mike Daniels

    Math Department Chair
    Varsity Baseball Coach, Varsity Boys Basketball Coach
    Education: University of Massachusetts - B.S., Civil Engineering
    University of Massachusetts - M.B.A.

    "Our empathy as a community provides an environment allowing educators to learn the needs of the individual student and hone in on skill development."

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  • Cassandra Dinkel

    English Teacher, Skills and Academic Support Teacher
    Varsity Girls Soccer Coach, JV Girls Basketball Coach,
    Education: College of the Holy Cross - B.A., English and Psychology
    Boston College - M.S., Secondary Education

    “Through creative projects, analyzing song lyrics, writing, and expression through various media, each student has the opportunity to succeed.”

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  • Bekah LaCoste

    Skills and Academic Support Teacher, Performing Arts Teacher  
    Drama Performance Program Director
    Education: New York University - B.S., Educational Theatre

    “First and foremost, I bring a sense of excitement. I love theatre and my biggest wish is that those who come to the drama program understand how easy it is to love theatre.”
     
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  • Sam Melanson

    Biology Teacher
    Assistant JV Boys Soccer Coach, Theatre Tech Instructor
    Education: Emmanuel College - B.S., Biology

    “My experience as a student here made me want to come back...I was able to gain more confidence and be successful here. I wanted to give that experience back to someone else.”
     
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  • Kristine O’Brien

    Spanish Teacher
    Weekend Activity Coordinator
    Education: Brandeis University - B.A., Hispanic Studies and Economics
    Boston University - M.A., Teaching in Modern Foreign Language

    “I believe in each student having their own form or type of intelligence. Finding ways of working with different types of intelligences and personalities in language learning makes for meaningful curriculum development and lesson planning.”
     
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  • Elizabeth Rosen

    Skills and Academic Support Teacher
    Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach
    Education: Roger Williams University - B.A., Communications
    Northeastern University - M.S., Education

    “I’m passionate about skill building because it creates a foundation for my students.”
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  • Alice Solorow

    Photography Arts Teacher
    Theatre Tech Instructor
    Education: New England School of Photography - A.D., Photography
    Connecticut College - B.A.,
    University of Massachusetts Boston - M.Ed.,

    “I love seeing how my students can get so excited about learning something new and something they didn’t originally think they had any talent for. At the end of the year when they can talk about their work, it gives me goosebumps...”
     
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  • Kelly Walsh

    Director of 9th and 10th Grade Programs,
    Education: University of Pennsylvania - B.A.,
    Boston College - M.S., Academic Administration

    “I enjoy the student-centered classroom where teachers and students work together to tackle challenging issues and find meaningful and creative ways to share knowledge with one another.
     
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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.