Student Life

Get Involved

Phoebe D. '18

The environment that CH-CH creates allows me to create strong friendships and try new things.
At CH-CH, there are many opportunities for our students to develop their leadership abilities amongst peers and teachers. Examples include:

Resident Assistants

Resident Assistants (RAs) are either Juniors or Seniors and they serve a variety of roles. An important role that RAs play is that of voice between students and houseparents. As the student leaders in the dorms, RAs often find themselves in situations where they are called upon to help resolve disputes. Duties may include monitoring study areas, checking in students at curfew times, organizing dorm specific activities, serving as mentors for new students, planning weekend activities, and helping to run dorm meetings. The RAs are chosen at the end of the previous school year.

Student Clubs

During the first week of school, there is a clubs fair where students present the different clubs offered on campus. Then, during the school year, there is a Student Clubs block that takes place each week, often twice a week.

Involvement in a student organization is just one of many ways for our students to get involved on campus.

Clubs Fair Video by Jacquelyn I. '15

National Honor Society

Each May, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall enters members into our chapter of the National Honor Society. The purpose of this organization, which was founded in 1921, is to recognize the accomplishments of secondary school students in the areas of academic achievement, leadership, and service. Sophomores and Juniors who have been at Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall for two trimesters and who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3 while at the school are eligible to apply and be considered for membership to the NHS. Members of the National Honor Society bear a special responsibility as students who have been recognized for their achievements and who have pledged to uphold the values of the society: scholarship, character, service & leadership.

Student Government

The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall Student Government is a constituent assembly which acts as the voice of the student body in school affairs. Student Government meets regularly to discuss issues that are important to students and make studied recommendations to the Head of School. The executive committee is elected by the school as a whole at the end of the previous year, while representatives of each class are selected shortly after the start of the school year.
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.