Chamberlain-Hunt’s students achieve distinction in the classroom, often for the first time. Classes are purposely held to a small number to allow each student to get the attention they need. Our average student-teacher ratio is 5:1, with class sizes ranging from one to fourteen members. There is no danger of your child “falling through the cracks” at Chamberlain-Hunt. While our faculty meet each student on their level, they also expect achievement and are always challenging them to reach a higher level of academic success.
Our students’ average ACT scores are consistently higher than the state and national average. Over 95% of CHA graduates go on to college or into the military.
In addition to the educational challenges at Chamberlain-Hunt, students have many other opportunities to achieve distinction. These include athletics, military rankings, and extracurricular activities such as chess. While we issue demerits for bad behavior, we always reward success and teach our students to strive to meet the high goals we set for them.