The Christchurch School Hall of Fame: Life Time Achievements, Honor Achievements and Athletic Achievements.

As Christchurch School approaches her own century mark, we embark on a new process of recognizing the past and celebrating some memorable alumni/ae. We have studied the impact on our community, and the significant effort involved with such an undertaking. We believe it is this program that will build strong bonds between the proud past of Christchurch, and the exciting future.

Our first goal is to celebrate our history and accomplishments. Christchurch school has a rich history of competitive athletics, and high achievements of our graduates. We will endeavor to recognize those men and women who have truly given of themselves while as a student and have continued after Christchurch by achieving and accomplishing life challenges, as well as making a mark on society and the people around them.

We also know that in order to bring us to a higher level of recognition among our friends in independent education, we must raise our ability to offer the best in a college preparatory experience. It is simply the right time to reach for the stars. Our Hall of Fame will help to remind us of our past and also celebrate today with the accomplishments alumni have achieved both at Christchurch and in their lives since graduation.

   **If you would like to nominate (please use nomination form) or contact the Hall of Fame Committee, please do so by email at:

Hall of Fame Committee
Chair, Jack Taylor '74, Richmond, VA
Bev Williams '62, McLean, VA
Sam Williams '76, Riverdale, MD
John Fleet '91, Deltaville, VA
Matt Fleet '92, Hartfield, VA
Andrew Lengua '94, Glen Allen, VA
Deljuan Mitchell '98, Stafford, VA
Erika N. Robinson '10, Richmond, VA

Ed Homer, History Teacher, Head Football Coach, Christchurch, VA
Huntley Galleher, Associate Director of Development, Christchurch, VA

Please help us celebrate and recognize past accomplishments and also high achievement after Christchurch. Our legacy is strong. Let us recognize those who have stood out among the Christchurch family.

We encourage you to nominate a former Christchurch graduate for this prestigious award by contacting a member of the Hall of Fame Committee or complete the online nomination form.

The Christchurch School Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce that the following were inducted into the 2019 Hall of Fame, on Saturday, October 19, 2019 during halftime of the Homecoming football game.  Congratulations to all ... what an honor!


Brent Heath '64 is one of the world's leading experts on flowering bulb horticulture. He operates his international business from Gloucester County, VA and also has an extensive operation in Holland. Moreover, Brent has an encyclopedic knowledge of flowers, lectures widely on gardening, and he is a leader in pesticide-free gardening.


As a retired attorney, Andy Nea '59 has helped thousands of individuals with pro bono legal advice. In the last decade alone, he has helped over 660 people each year in the Richmond, VA metro area. Andy continues to devote considerable time serving those who truly need an advocate. His example of service inspires us all.


Micah Keller '08 achieved extraordinary success on the athletic fields during his time at Christchurch, earning honors in soccer and lacrosse, and also playing football and soccer in the same season. While a student at Hampden-Sydney College, Micah earned Honorable Mention All-ODAC his freshman year, and First Team All-ODAC and All-State his sophomore year. As a junior, he earned All-ODAC and All-State honors and was an Honorable Mention All-American. In his senior year, he was a candidate for National Attack Man-of-the-Year and was recognized as an All-American Honorable Mention.


The 2011 football team was undefeated and decisively won the VISAA Division II State Championship title. Several players from the team went on to play college sports.

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