At Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, we cultivate intellectual courage, creative ambition, and unwavering empathy.
We are a school where learning reaches beyond academic proficiency. We facilitate the growth and development of our students’ skills, interests, and abilities in a teaching environment that inspires inquiry, creativity, discovery, and collaboration. Because our students understand how they learn, they are persistent self-advocates, and they are thoroughly resourceful—skills that prepare them as students and as leaders.
We are a welcoming community where everyone is genuinely encouraged to be themselves. Students learn to seek out, connect with, and surround themselves with adults who inspire—not only through their passion for teaching, but also as mentors who model the qualities students seek for themselves.
We see one another, we hear one another, and we work together to create an authentic culture of inclusivity. The result? Students who develop a sense of strength, engagement, and awareness that drives them to achieve their best.
Embracing Boston: Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School has the unique advantage of having a quiet, scenic, 42-acre campus, while also being one of the closest New England boarding schools to the center of Boston. We are just minutes away from all that the city of Boston has to offer, from historic sites, events, colleges and universities, world-class restaurants, museums, and cultural experiences. CH-CH boarding students embrace all the fun and learning opportunities that Boston has to offer. Skills and Academic Support (SAS): The Skills and Academic Strategies Department (SAS) provides an individualized program of support so that students can successfully meet the challenges of work in high school and beyond. The SAS curriculum focuses on the specific academic and executive functioning skills and strategies needed for success in high school and college. SAS learning specialists work with students so they: Strengthen executive function skills. Adapt well to varied educational environments. Implement academic strategies. Develop self-advocacy skills. Understand himself/herself as a learner.