I currently have 2,357 photos in my phone. They are mostly of funny moments, family, celebrations...all captured for nostalgia.
The following short story was written by Dallas R. '21, a CH-CH student and winner of the most recent Halloween Story Contest. This spooky creative writing piece remains a seasonal favorite by the CH-CH community.
Brooke Fincke, Director of College Counseling at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, is focused on helping students find success. In this article, Brooke outlines the importance of finding the best fit school and how it begins when students understand who they are as learners.
CH-CH Trustee, Parent, and former Academic Dean, Dr. Margaret Allen, recently sat down with Ed McCarthy, a former CH-CH coach and teacher, to discuss the intersection of creativity and athletics.
How many times have you said that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get your homework done? Do you ever have to stay up late to study for a test the next day? By improving your time management skills in high school or middle school, you’ll be able to get your work done quicker, spend less time stressing about homework or studying and improve your grades.
Inspired by her math and science classes at CH-CH, Juliette Dent ‘16 graduated with determination to pursue a career in global public health. Juliette continues to draw on the self-advocacy and academic confidence she gained at CH-CH as she heads into the remaining semesters of college, eager to begin making a full-time difference in health care accessibility.
Being stuck and unable to get motivated can be a terrible feeling, but you have the power to change your mindset by changing your self-talk. We all have internal speech (self-talk), which is prominent in the following situations:
What values are essential for tomorrow’s leaders? This is a question that is top-of-mind for the directors of CH-CH’s Running Brook Camps’ Leadership Training Program, and the lessons they have focused can benefit leaders of any age.
At Harvard's Making Caring Common, we are working with young adults to promote key ethical capacities like empathy, caring, and gratitude because we know such capacities are at the heart of doing well, but more importantly, they’re at the heart of doing good in college and beyond.