At Chatham Hall, we believe that it is never too early to help you discover and step into your unique powers. Our community is committed to respecting you for who you are and empowering a diverse, 21st century-student body.
As a girls' boarding school, Chatham Hall is devoted to cultivating a community of care that supports you academically, socially, and emotionally—encouraging you to become your best self.
I hope that when our daughter graduates from Chatham Hall, she takes with her the confidence that she found here. There’s so many interests and facets of herself that she’s discovered here. She’s not only discovering who she is, but who she’s not, and that has been really powerful for her.
We're excited to welcome all newly accepted Turtles to our Admitted Students Day! Revisit the School to get more acquainted with our community and programs while visiting with your future peers. Overnight stays for admitted students will also be available. Registration and more details coming soon.
Wynne Overton graduated from and studied public history at both Meredith College (B.A.) and the University of South Carolina (M.A.) She joined the Chatham Hall enrollment team in 2018 after working at her alma mater, Salem Academy, where she was the associate director of admission and international student coordinator. Wynne lives on campus with her two dogs, Violet and Bubba, and serves as an Advisor and class sponsor. Her favorite things about Chatham Hall are the beautiful campus and the people!
Carmen Sutyak came to Chatham Hall in 2021 from Bentley University where she served as the senior assistant director in the office of alumni and family engagement while working towards an MBA. After working in our Office of Advancement & Alumnae Relations, she joined the Admissions Team as director of enrollment and affordability. Carmen received her undergraduate degree from Nichols College, and enjoys reading and spending time with family.
Samantha Blankenship serves Chatham Hall as the 2021-2022 Admissions fellow. Familiar with the girls school environment after being the marketing specialist at St. Margaret's School, she is excited to assist the Admissions team in welcoming new families and being a class sponsor. Samantha received a B.A. in communications from the University of South Carolina.
Pamella Harbin is a 2016 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Danville Community College receiving Associate of Applied Science Degrees with a major in Administrative Support Technology General Specialization and Administrative Support Technology Medical Specialization. She also obtained certification for Medical Billing and Coding through MedCA. Pamella was previously employed by Torrington/Timken for 37 years.