CH-CH Breaks Ground on New Teaching and Learning Space

Posted by Layla Maniscalco on 5/23/24 3:44 PM

On Tuesday, May 21st, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School ceremoniously broke ground on their newest teaching and learning space. The 4,000+ square-foot academic building will include indoor and outdoor space that will connect the classroom to nature. It will also include a solar array, and environmental improvements to the Chester Brook.

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CH-CH Students Inducted to National Honor Society

Posted by Layla Maniscalco on 5/21/24 6:19 PM

On Tuesday, May 14th, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School recognized the work of twenty-two students with membership into the CH-CH chapter of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. 

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2024 Spring Athletics' Awards

Posted by Julia Kennard on 5/21/24 11:18 AM

On Wednesday, May 15, the CH-CH community gathered in the Assembly Hall for the Spring Athletics’ Awards.

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Topics: Athletics

Raney Aronson-Rath, CH-CH Parent, Oscar Winner, and… 2024 Commencement Speaker!

Posted by Matt Soule on 4/30/24 3:27 PM

It has been an eventful year for Raney Aronson-Rath P’27, as the documentary she produced with FRONTLINE, 20 Days in Mariupol, took home the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature Film at the 2024 Academy Awards in March. Aronson-Rath recently visited campus to host a screening of the film, along with a panel discussion, and is excited to return on June 1st to deliver the Commencement Address to the Class of 2024.

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Luke DiOrio ‘10 The Path from CH-CH Graduate to Teacher

Posted by Rebecca Lemaitre on 4/29/24 3:12 PM

 Luke DiOrio '10 is not only a Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School alumnus, but he's also a faculty member in our Visual and Performing Arts department. Recently, Luke took advantage of Spring Break to attend a photography conference in Northern Ireland, but we (CH-CH) were able to steal a few moments of his time for some questions (and obligatory Ireland pics!)

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Topics: Teacher Spotlight, Alumni

2023-24 Winter Athletics' Awards

Posted by Julia Kennard on 3/7/24 10:26 AM

On Thursday, February 22, the CH-CH community gathered in the Assembly Hall for the Winter Athletics’ Awards. 

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Topics: Athletics

From Spanish to Storytelling…Ana Ibave is In the Loop

Posted by Rebecca Lemaitre on 1/12/24 3:14 PM

As students in the podcasting co-curricular activity produced the first episode of their series, In the Loop, a segment, called “Fire Interview,” asked students to name their favorite teacher. “Miss Ibave, Señora Ibave…” an echo is soon apparent. 

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Topics: Teacher Spotlight

Middle School Opens at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall

Posted by Matt Soule on 10/13/23 3:37 PM

Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School (CH-CH), marked a significant milestone in its history by opening the doors to a new Middle School to start the 2023-2024 school year. This expansion represents an exciting chapter in the school's legacy, reaffirming its dedication to providing a well-rounded education to students.

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Topics: Middle School

Inside Campus as Canvas: David Allen '93 Interview

Posted by Julia Kennard on 3/14/23 9:05 AM

Allen is a last name that appears across campus; on buildings, in yearbooks, in the school’s history, and seen through sculpture. David Allen (DA) '93, son of Margaret Allen, is a sculptor who created two pieces as part of the Campus as Canvas initiative, The Core and The Sphere. In an interview, Allen gave insight into his work on campus, The Core on the island by South Hall and The Sphere in the courtyard at the Learning Commons. 

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Topics: Boarding School, Alumni Artists, Beyond the Classroom, Visual and Performing Arts

The Power of “And” in a School's Approach

Posted by Lance Conrad, Ed.D. on 1/9/23 2:15 PM

As lead learner at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, I am forever absorbing and reflecting on the various teaching and learning practices around our community.  Teaching and learning not simply in the classroom environs, but also in our Co-Curricular programming, Student and Residential Life programs, and even in our school operation spaces.  Simply asked, how can we better engage and seek greater learning and meaning from the moments we nurture throughout the day and each week?  What reflective practices are we committed to as individual learners, as well as a school community?

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Topics: Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, Student Skill Building, Leadership

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