Chapel Hill – Chauncy Hall School

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Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall School
Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall Logo.jpg
CH-CH Seal
Waltham, Massachusetts, United States
School type Private
Established 1828
Staff 64
Gender Co-ed
Enrollment 175
Average class size 12
Student to teacher ratio 5:1
Campus size 36 acres (150,000 m2)
Mascot Charger

Chapel Hill – Chauncy Hall School (CH-CH) is an independent college preparatory school for grades 9 through 12 located in Waltham, Massachusetts and founded in 1828.


The campus of CH-CH

Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall’s history involves three schools: Chauncy Hall, Chapel Hill, and the Huntington School. Chapel Hill, a school for girls founded in 1860 in Waltham on the current campus, and Chauncy Hall, a Boston day school for boys founded in 1828, merged in 1971 to create Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall.[1]

To the merger, Chapel Hill brought its strength in humanities and the arts, and Chauncy Hall brought its strength in the fields of science and math. In 1974, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall incorporated the Huntington School, a Boston school for boys founded in 1909.



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Coordinates: 42°23′17″N 71°14′15″W / 42.3881°N 71.2376°W / 42.3881; -71.2376