Approximately 40 CHS students (grades 10 to 12)
live in residence. This provides a unique opportunity for students
from a variety of communities to share in the adventure of learning
to follow Jesus.
Students are normally housed two to a room. Rooms are equipped with single beds, desks, dressers, and closets.
One key aspect of life in the dorms actually occurs outside of them. Students eat breakfast, lunch, and supper in the dining hall. These are great times to talk to friends, meet new people, and enjoy good food!
There is a caring and competent team of Residence Life staff in place giving care to the students and oversight to the dorm program. This team is responsible for mentoring, teaching, coaching, challenging, encouraging and disciplining students throughout the year.
Dormitory living plays a key role in social and personal development. Students learn to live in a community with different kinds of people and to value one another's uniqueness.
Here, lifelong friendships are forged and spirituality is nourished.
View the CHS Dorm Residence Code (pdf)
NEW - Dorm Laundry Service Changes
Beginning in September 2013 the laundry machines located in all student residences will no longer be coin operated. There will now be a onetime laundry fee, charged at the start of each semester along with your room fee, and then on all dorm washers and dryers will freely available for use without any further payment. This change has been implemented in response to student input that reflected a level of dissatisfaction with the previous coin-op arrangement. We trust that this new initiative will be a marked improvement.