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.
Recently, a group of CH-CH alumni returned to campus in Waltham. Their goal was to lead a discussion with the current class of seniors, giving advice that has helped them in their time in college and beyond. Here are the top 7 tips that they had for high school seniors:
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.
The Class of 2019 at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, can be defined by their broad range of interests- from meteorology to documentary filmmaking, from illustration to early childhood education, and all the computer science, sociology, mechanical engineering, math, and political science majors in between.
Does the thought of the SAT and ACT make you nervous? Do college tours and fairs make your palms sweat? Overwhelmed and haven't even started junior year yet? Sit down, have some water, relax and have no fear. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall's Director of College Counseling, Brooke Fincke, has counseled over 500 students through the college admission process, and has put together a comprehensive list of the entire college process, from the first day of 11th grade to graduation, in easy-to-follow steps: