As we embark on the new 2022-23 school year, I reflect upon the challenges facing school leaders and schools over the past two years while, at the same time, identifying the opportunities moving forward. We experienced a tumultuous two-year stretch weathering a global health pandemic, as well as other historic socio-political events and economic headwinds in America. Working through this unprecedented set of challenges, we look forward to moving beyond, identifying new opportunities, and leveraging many of the strengths making CH-CH such a special community.
Starting at a new school can bring up a mix of emotions for students and they may feel overwhelmed by the change. CH-CH recently assembled a group of experts that included a teacher, a physician and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor to give you four tips as a student starting at a new school this school year.
Starting a new school year is a time full of emotions for students as well as parents and guardians. CH-CH recently assembled a group of experts that included a teacher, a physician and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor to give you tips to help your student feel comfortable and confident at this important time.
On Saturday, June 4th, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School recognized the thirty-nine graduates of the Class of 2022 in its 194th commencement ceremony.
On Friday, June 3rd, the Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School community gathered for the 2022 Baccalaureate Ceremony to celebrate the Class of 2022 accomplishments and completion of high school.
CH-CH’s Theatre Program Director, Bekah LaCoste, can’t help getting emotional when she thinks about how long the road has been for students to be able to perform in a theater for live audiences again, and how incredible the impact was. “Hearing laughter in the space, in such a big voluminous way, is so inspiring,” she said, wiping away tears. “It made everyone remember how valuable theatre is, to everyone involved.”
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?