A 1976 graduate of Chestnut Hill Academy, Bradley K. Moss has served on the CHA Alumni Association for more than three decades, and he was president from 1998-2002. In 2003, he received the Alumnus of the Year Award in recognition of the Alumni Association’s positive contributions to the CHA community.
Driven by his passion for the traditions of Chestnut Hill Academy, Brad's knowledge of the school’s history and culture was instrumental during the merger of the two schools. He has emphasized how the school's mission and values evolved over time and how they should continue to guide the school. His voice was important in building relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including students, parents, faculty, and community members as we came together as one school.
Former CHA director of development and current secretary of the CHA Alumni Association Clark Groome said, “I’ve known Brad since he was a CHA Middle Schooler and have served with him on the CHA Alumni Association executive board for more than a decade. More than anything, I admire Brad’s loyalty. Even when things at school didn’t go his way, he has always been supportive. It is for that reason, among many others, that he is richly deserving of the honor he's receiving today.”
In addition to his leadership on the CHA Alumni Association, Brad has been involved in the Upper School’s Mock Trial Club as a coach and judge of competitions. As a parent of two alumni, he recognizes the important educational benefits to have a diverse school and has shared his perspective in our Parent Diversity Series.
Outside of his commitment to SCH, Brad is a Philadelphia Municipal Court and has earned a reputation for his service and tireless dedication to the court which was most evident during the current global pandemic as he worked to maintain critical operations and reopen the Municipal Court Civil Division in a timely and safe manner.
Brad's dedication, loyalty, and service to Chestnut Hill Academy, and now SCH Academy, is boundless.