Chris Hague

Chris Hague

Chris Hague

Math Faculty



B.A., Sewanee: The University of the South
M.Sc., Queen's University

Chris Hague graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South with a B.A. in Psychology and received his Master’s in Sports Psychology from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Chris’s research and thesis centered around coaching dynamics and athlete development, and he co-authored two peer-reviewed papers. Chris has taught mathematics for almost 10 years. For the past three years, he lived in Madaba, Jordan while on the faculty of King’s Academy. He and his wife, Carolyn, are excited to join the Walker’s community.

What other roles do you hold on campus?

Cluett Dorm Faculty

What was it about Walker’s that made you want to work here?

What drew me to Walker’s is the small size and the mission of empowering the next generation of girls+ leaders who want to make a difference in the world.

What is the most rewarding part about working at Walker’s?

The students and the energy that they bring into the classroom.

What is your favorite place on campus?

The library, with the pool as a close second favorite.

What was your favorite subject when you were in middle or high school? Why?

My favorite subject was Latin in middle school and history in high school. I loved how my teachers approached the subject matter and allowed us to explore specific content that interested us.

Why did you want to go into teaching?

I wanted to go into teaching to help students discover who they are and be able to express themselves.

What is your favorite part of the subject you teach now?

I love how we can see the world through a mathematical lens and support arguments with numbers and statistical evidence.

What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

My two favorite things to do in my free time are baking with my wife, Carolyn, and training for triathlon.

Notable Awards & Presentations

Rhodes Scholar Finalist, 2011

Two presentations at the Eastern Canada Sport & Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS), 2018 and 2019