On Saturday, June 5th, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School recognized the fifty-one graduates of the Class of 2021 in its 193rd commencement ceremony.
As parents, it often catches us off guard. Your child heard something at school or saw on the news, and has questions about race. What is Black Lives Matter about? Why are people upset? Why are people treated differently?
Jules R.G., a member of CH-CH’s Class of 2021 recently gave his senior presentation, which included this message on the 2020 election:
When it comes to Homecoming, you probably think of being back on campus, meeting students and faculty, and seeing your former school in-person. This year, CH-CH's Alumni Homecoming had to be adjusted slightly due to COVID. We felt it was more important than ever to bring alumni together, attend classes, and see their former stomping grounds. After a few brainstorming sessions, we decided to host a virtual homecoming week through Zoom to accommodate as many different schedules and timezones as possible!
Welcome Back, CH-CH Community! As I’ve said before, I am extremely excited to be a part of the CH-CH community. I hope you have found some rest and happy moments these last few months, as we continue to fight through these two pandemics. While I have met many people in the CH-CH community, I truly can’t wait to see and get to know everyone upon our return to campus.
On Saturday, August 8th, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School recognized the forty-two graduates of the Class of 2020 in its 192nd commencement ceremony.
The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall Admissions team recently held a live webinar to highlight the learning, support, and the School’s sense of community during the 2020 spring trimester. CH-CH Director of Enrollment Management, Lisa Pelrine, was joined by current students, parents, teachers, and administrators to discuss maintaining curriculum, opportunity, relationships, and empathy in the age of COVID-19.
The Class of 2020 at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall faced unprecedented challenges, adversity, and hurdles in the final months of their senior year. They met and conquered each obstacle in their collective paths with grace, humility, a positive and collaborative spirit, and most importantly, the skills and tools they developed over their years in high school that now resoundly prove their ability to define and achieve success in college and beyond.