Class of 2024
Find your Place and Pursue Your Gifts
Since your child will spend five thousand one hundred hours in class during their high school years, the school you choose will play a powerful role in shaping who he or she is becoming. What will these next four years bring? Will both the curriculum and the environment prepare them for college? Can they develop and explore their gifts and talents? Or maybe discover new ones? What are the students like? What makes this school different? Where will they go from here?
A CHCA education is like no other. Our students conduct independent research projects, run small businesses, perform on stage, and win in athletics. They get outside the walls of the classroom during Intersession, engineer and build robots, and serve hundreds of hours at home and abroad. Through it all they are challenged to grow spiritually and develop a resilient faith.
Get to know us by walking the halls, shadowing a student, and reading the facts and figures. We can’t wait to get to know you, too.
Spend “a day in the life” with a CHCA student.
CHCA uses the Independent Schools Entrance Exam (ISEE).
We offer merit scholarships for students entering Grades 7-12.
I chose CHCA because
it felt like home
everyone was outgoing and friendly
I needed a challenge
the sports are really good
we have a coffee bar and students run it
I liked the freedom
the teachers were so nice
|10/01/19||2020-2021 application opens|
|11/16/19||Registration deadline for the Independent Schools Entrance Exam. If you miss a registration deadline you may register as a walk-in by contacting us at Admissions@chca-oh.org or by calling the Admissions office at (513) 247-0900.|
|11/25/19||Application for admission, school records and completed teacher evaluations due to Admissions office. For details see Applying to CHCA.|
|12/07/19||Entrance Exam for students applying to Grades 9-12.|
|12/09/19||Financial Aid application due, required for need-based tuition assistance provisional award|
|01/24/20||Enrollment contract due|
|01/25/20||Rolling admission begins|
National Merit Recognition
Average Service Hours per Graduate
Student Faculty Ratio
City's Largest International Student Program
Fine Arts Participation Among Students
Upper School 9-12 Students taking AP Courses
Athletes named to All Conference Teams
Two Student-Run Enterprises
Lower & Upper School Robotics Teams
Gardens, Science & Innovation Labs
Nationally Recognized Program and
Only School in the Region Using zSpace Platform
Class of 2018 Scholarships Awarded
Participation in Intersession, CHCA's
Gr 9-12 Off Campus Experiential Learning Program
A.P. Classes Offered at the Upper School