Titus is considering an offer to attend Chatham Hall, a college preparatory school founded in 1894. The school has 140 scholars and a scenic campus that sits on 362 acres. Tuition is $48,000.
“I am thinking about attending high school at a private all-girls boarding school,” Titus said. “I was accepted, and they gave me a generous scholarship.”
Famous alumnae of Chatham Hall include artist Georgia O’Keeffe, NPR broadcaster, Ann Taylor, and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Claudia Emerson.
In July 2015, Titus was one of four members of Ivy Prep’s Beta Club to compete in the academic Quiz Bowl at Junior Beta Club’s national conference in Nashville, Tenn. The team placed fourth out of 35 teams playing a Jeopardy-style Quiz game that tested their mastery of math, literature, social studies, and science. In November 2014, Titus and fellow members of Ivy Prep’s Beta Club Quiz Bowl team qualified for nationals after defeating 75 contenders to win second place in a state competition.
Titus is among about a handful of Ivy Prep scholars to be accepted to elite boarding schools.
One of those scholars, Justice Robinson, is now a sophomore at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. Phillips is the alma mater of former US. Presidents George H.W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush.
Robinson received a full scholarship at Andover, which costs $50,000 a year.