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This September marks the exciting launch of the Illustrative Mathematics (IM) curriculum at The Chestnut Hill School for Grades K-6 following the 15-month-long work of a committee of twelve staff members across grade levels. The Math Committee’s work stems from the school’s professional commitment to reviewing curricular areas on a cyclical basis.
Just days before the start of the school year, all CHS staff gathered in the Community Meeting Room to learn from acclaimed behavior analyst, educator and author Dr. Jessica Minahan.
Looking for after-school activities for your little Hawk? Do you want your student to learn chess strategies or practice karate after class? Do you need after-school care a couple of days a week or for the whole week? The CHS Extended Day program offers solutions for all of these questions that parents have, and the kids also have a blast!
Dr. Roderick MacNeal, Jr., was welcomed as the new Head of School at The Chestnut Hill School on July 5, 2023. Board co-presidents Stefan Karlsson and Steve Kraus sent the following letter to the school community:
In a ceremony filled with laughter, joy, and even a few tears, the community celebrated the Class of 2023’s graduation from The Chestnut Hill School on Friday, June 9.
As sixth graders reflect on their time at The Chestnut Hill School and anticipate this week’s graduation ceremony, the future alumni took a moment to pass the baton to next year’s leaders: rising Upper School students.
Ulrika Karlsson ‘21 was awarded the F. Ervin Prince Award at The Rivers School’s annual Prize Day for her kindness and sense of belonging, two of the core values at The Chestnut Hill School.
Hawks spent weeks preparing their very own CHS newspaper, complete with articles, photos, interviews and comics.