Chamber Choir Sings National Anthem at NCAA Basketball Game

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On March 4, the Chatham Hall Chamber Choir took to a televised stage with a performance of the National Anthem at the Georgetown vs. Villanova men’s college basketball game. The 11 singers took to the court just before tip-off at the Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D. C. to deliver a stirring rendition of the anthem. Conducted by Director of Music, David Grimes, the girls ...

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An Outstanding Year for the Arts Continues into the Winter

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As the fall semester comes to an end, the Chatham Hall community has taken several opportunities to recognize the outstanding achievements of students in the arts. Last week, the visual arts were on display in the Whitner Gallery, with work from all levels of art ...

IEA Team Travels to Staunton for Show

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On Saturday, several students on the Interscholastic Equestrian Association traveled to Bridgewater College in Staunton, VA to compete in a competition. The competition was tough with eleven teams competing over the day Riders competed in classes throughout the day, with excellent showings in each. Shannon ...

Christmas Comes to Chatham Hall!

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The Christmas season kicked off this week on campus as students  began the holiday festivities over the weekend by decorating campus. Following our annual tradition, each class contributes special efforts to make the campus festive on “Decoration Day”.  The 9th grade ...

“Small Business and City Growth”: Catherine Cullen ‘18 presents iQuest research

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On November 30, Catherine Cullen '18 presented her findings from the iQuest she pursued this summer. Her essential question, “What role does local business play in the vitalization and sustainability of a growing city?" led her across the country to Portland, Oregon, the growing city that ...

2016-17 Leader in Residence: Reshma Saujani at Chatham Hall

— by Chatham Hall  |  November 15, 2016

Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code (a national nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology) and author of Women Who Don’t Wait in Line (where she posits that aversion to risk and failure is a hurdle holding back ...

2017 Summer Camps at Chatham Hall

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  Spend your summer at Chatham Hall! Click below to learn about some of our summer programs.   Summer Riding Summer Experience Contact Anna-Karin Li with any questions!

IEA Team Wins Home Show

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This past weekend, Chatham Hall hosted the first Interscholastic Equestrian Association home show of the year, where riders competed against 85 competitors from 6 other teams. Several riders on the team were competing for the very first time. Results over fences include Elizabeth Trexler '17 pinning 1st in ...

Lee Smith Announced as Writer in Residence

— by Chatham Hall  |  September 30, 2016

Chatham Hall is proud to announce that Lee Smith, author of Fair and Tender Ladies, Oral History, The Devil's Dream, Guests on Earth, 3 collections of short stories, and the 2016 memoir Dimestore: A Writer's Life, will be this year’s Writer in Residence.  ...

Tim Clark Honored at Lee Yardley Day

— by Chatham Hall  |  September 23, 2016

On September 23, 2016 Chatham Hall recognized its 30th annual Lee-Yardley Day by presenting the Alice Overbey Award to Timothy J. Clark of Gretna, VA. This award is presented each year to a member of the Chatham community who has “done the most for Chatham Hall, ...

IEA Travel to Greensboro for Season Opener

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Four members of the Interscholastic Equestrian Association team headed to Greensboro, NC to compete against several teams this past weekend. Representing Chatham Hall were Shannon Huth '18, Chandler Runnells '19, Alysha Cranmore '17, and Isabella Hubbard '19. With strong competition, the team finished 4th overall in the first horse ...

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