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About Us arrow Mission & Values Fast Facts Meet the Rector Board of Trustees Strategic Plan Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Faculty & Staff Directory School History Our Campus arrow Robin Peake Stuart Collection Chatham Hall Arboretum Visit, Stay, & Explore Admissions arrow Experience Chatham Hall Why a Girls' Boarding School? 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Our unique location on 365 scenic acres allows for thoughtful reflection, deep friendships, and a break from the typical distractions. We are invested in all of the experiences that allow you to discover your unique powers. Mission & Values Fast Facts Meet the Rector Board of Trustees Strategic Plan Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Faculty & Staff Directory School History Our Campus Chatham Hall Arboretum Visit, Stay, & Explore Mission & Values Boundless Potential Campaign Admissions Step Into Your Power Welcome! We are thrilled you want to know more about Chatham Hall. Choosing a boarding school is an incredibly important decision and we are here to help you throughout the application process. Come learn how you will step into your power at Chatham Hall. Experience Chatham Hall Why a Girls' Boarding School? Affordability Request Information Apply Now International Applicants Events & Visits Meet the Team FAQs Admissions Blog Educational Consultants Connect with Chatham Hall Why a Girls' Boarding School? Apply Now Academics Choose Courage Over Comfort By creating a learning environment built specifically for girls, teachers have the flexibility to teach based on your unique understanding. Here, you feel seen, heard, and an active part of your own learning. Academics Curriculum English Fine & Performing Arts History & Social Sciences Math Science World Languages Signature Programs Advanced Courses Global Entrepreneurship Global Travel Programs January Term Leader in Residence Writer in Residence Academic Support Arts College Counseling Resources for College Reps Technology Curriculum Global Programs Campus Life Appreciate the Journey Life at Chatham Hall is FUN! With a range of weekend activities, traditions, leadership opportunities, and clubs, there's something for everyone and every interest. Living Well Dorm Life Dining Activities Clubs Service Chapel & Spiritual Life Traditions Campus Voices Campus Buzz Columns School Store Living Well at Chatham Hall Activities Athletics & Riding Be Your Best Self Chatham Hall devotes 100% of its athletic resources to girls. Athletics and physical wellness are an essential part of the development of the whole girl here. We encourage you to choose courage over comfort and both continue to develop in the sports you love and try new ones. Athletics Riding Program Riding FAQs Horse Show Entries Our Facilities Athletics Calendar Our Teams Riding Support Ignite the Light for Others With a 125-year legacy, Chatham Hall alumnae, families, faculty, and staff continue a tradition of generous and loyal philanthropic support to benefit tomorrow’s emerging luminaries. Supporting Our School Give Now Ways to Give Giving Societies Benefactor Giving Form Planned Giving Boundless Potential Campaign Ways to Give Give Now Summer Illuminate Your World Every summer Chatham Hall offers programs to introduce girls to some of the best parts of being a Chatham Hall student during the school year. Over the course of five weeks, Summer at Chatham Hall provides girls with fun and enriching classes and activities taught by Chatham Hall faculty. Summer Programs Science Camp Summer Riding Show Like a Pro Summer Riding Science Camp B Giddyup, Cowgirls: Four Participate in Spring Break Western Riding Camp 4/4/2024 For a week during Spring Break, four Chatham Hall riders traveled to La Mesa, NM for a unique equestrian experience. A vision of Trustee Emerita Povy LaFarge Bigbee ‘51 G’ 03, ’09, ’10, ’11 and family, this “cowgirl camp” allowed Beverly Kucera ‘25, Madeline Parris ‘27, Sophia Richards-Cordell ‘27, and Lainey Risley ‘26 to gain hands-on experience at Armstrong Equine Services.“Povy really wanted to benefit the Riding Program in a meaningful way. A neighbor of Armstrong Equine Services, together they brainstormed the idea of a ‘cowgirl camp’ so Chatham Hall girls could experience a different type of riding and discipline while continuing to strengthen their horsemanship skills,” said Director of Riding Ally Doyon.  Interested riders expressed a desire to participate through an application process. Selection was based on individual interest, riding experience, and how they would bring back what they learned to the Chatham Hall community. Four riders were chosen to participate in this pilot-year program.During their trip from March 24-29, the four riders learned about western riding, cattle work, roping, branding, breeding and husbandry, and much more. “Through this experience, I wanted our riders to gain a greater understanding of what horsemanship means in all different disciplines while appreciating how horses can be a way of life in certain areas of our country. What they’re going to take away from the trip can be applied across the board,” Doyon said.“The ranch had so many things to offer, and I had so many great experiences. The people there were the most inviting and loving I have ever met,” said Parris. “I think this was a valuable trip for me as a rider in getting more confident in a different riding style. It also helped me gain confidence with people who I have never met before and traveling to places I have never been.”The cowgirls also spent time with the Bigbee family learning about New Mexico  geography, history, and culture. In particular, they learned about homesteading, agriculture, and significant legislative acts. Furthermore, Joe Armstrong took the group to visit the New Mexico State University Horse Farm where Joby Priest gave them an overview of their program. Family members Sam and Diane Calhoun P'03, '09, '11 graciously provided accommodations for the riders for the week including an evening of s’mores around the fire pit with fireworks courtesy of Susannah Calhoun ‘09.  “We’re so grateful to Povy and John Bigbee and their family for helping facilitate this experience,” added Chief Advancement Officer Christine Knight P’19, who also traveled to New Mexico. “It’s important to surround yourself with strong women, and this trip provided that experience for our students which underscores the value of our greatest asset: our alumnae and family network.”See more pictures from the trip on the School’s SmugMug.  Back More News More News School Publications School Publications Campus Voices Campus Voices 800 Chatham Hall Circle  •  Chatham, VA 24531+1 434.432.2941  •  [email protected] and boarding school for girls grades 9-12 in the Episcopal tradition. Sign Up for Our Newsletter Please enter all required information. 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