Dr. Christine Hall has been a secondary-level educator for more than 28 years in both the public and private school setting. She has worked as a school administrator in both Florida and North Carolina. As a high school administrator, she has a unique perspective when it comes to counseling students in academic course selection and rigor. This knowledge has afforded her the ability to easily determine each individual student’s recommended rigor and course selection to insure maximum potential for college selection.
During her tenure as a school administrator, Dr. Hall assisted hundreds of students with their course selections in preparation for the college selection and admission process. She understands the intricacies of the high school setting and is easily able to aide students in navigating the course selection process, as well as working with them to encourage extra-curricular involvement and outside community activities.
As a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) and the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA), Dr. Hall regularly attends national conferences (NACAC, SACAC, IECA, as well as HECA) to keep abreast of the latest issues and happenings in the world of college admissions. Dr. Hall has visited well over 175 college campuses and has met with admissions’ representatives and students from all of those schools. She continues to visit campuses across the nation throughout the year to provide first-hand information to her students. In addition to her membership in NACAC and HECA, she is also a member of the Southern Association of College Admission Counseling (SACAC).
Dr. Hall holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Education from the University of South Florida where she graduated Phi Kappa Phi. She also holds a Doctorate in Education from Vanderbilt University. Currently, she works as a full-time educational consultant and has been actively involved in the community at-large. She has been a member of the Cary Chamber of Commerce and its’ Education Committee, the Women Business Owner’s Network-Cary, St. Mary Magdalene SAC, and the Green Hope High School PTSA.
Dr. Hall has written regularly for examiner.com as the Raleigh College Admissions Examiner, WRAL.com’s Go As Mom, as well as for Saathee Magazine, a South Asian Community publication for the Carolinas. A native South Floridian, Dr. Hall and her family relocated to North Carolina in 2006. Her son is a graduate of Cardinal Gibbons; both her daughters are graduates of Green Hope High School. Her oldest daughter recently graduated from Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia, while her youngest attends Furman University in South Carolina.