Campus Life

Campus Voices

List of 11 items.

  • Annika Tice '15

    While at Chatham Hall, I was on the Purple Team, played field hockey, and led the Honor Council. I found any way to engage in the community. The opportunities afforded at Chatham Hall were limitless.
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  • Ellie Larsen ‘22

    I’ve been interested and participating in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities since elementary school.
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  • Keating Family

    During our oldest daughter's 8th grade year, we began looking for the excellence we wanted for our daughters in a girls' boarding school experience.
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  • Libby Goldstein ’12

    I dreamt of becoming a veterinarian from a very early age. I used to play doctor on all of my stuffed animals. I carried this dream with me to Chatham Hall, where I was able to explore my love of horses in a variety of settings.
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  • Lily Fulop '14

    While I was at Chatham Hall, I learned about composition, typography, and web design through my iQuest independent study, which really set me up for my next steps.
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  • Lin Family

    During the application process, we could not bring Anny to visit schools in the United States and we had a very limited understanding of American high schools.
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  • Maddy Hicks Wiles ’10

    Chatham Hall was such a great learning experience for me. It really instilled a sense of self-worth and confidence that I don't think I would've had otherwise.
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  • Melissa Thompson

    I knew that I wanted to teach at Chatham Hall the very moment I met the Chatham Hall faculty and students during my initial job interview.
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  • Mia Vega Tovar ’06

    When I first arrived at Chatham Hall, it was one of her first times away from my family’s home in Texas, but so many people helped my sister and I make Chatham Hall home.
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  • Rodriguez Family

    Boarding school is a choice. It’s a balance between educating your children in your hometown environment or recognizing that perhaps a different environment of education is better for them.
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  • Taylor Taliaferro ’06

    The foundation I've needed to succeed in life was built at Chatham Hall. The School gave me lifelong friendships that I cherish every day.
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