Cavalier Chronicle

Spooky costumes haunted the halls as Cavaliers celebrated Halloween.

Halloween on The Hill

Ben Schneider, Levi Xayachack, and Chris Ruiz-Torres November 3, 2022

On Oct. 31, students and staff celebrated Halloween by dressing up in costumes as the holiday spirit took over the Hill. Some students chose to dress up in spooky costumes, such as junior Angelica Wang,...

Conducted by Mrs. Grooms, musicians make their way through a variety of popular songs from movies and theatre.

Orchestra “Pops” into action at fall concert

Anna Barger, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

On Oct. 26, the Clover Hill Orchestra held its second annual Fall Pops concert, playing a variety of classical standards and Autumn favorites. Orchestra Director Hannah Grooms selected the pieces for...

David Botrous shoots for the sophomores.

Cavaliers celebrate 2022 spirit week

Spencer Woodbury, Editor-in-Chief October 18, 2022

On Monday Oct. 3, Clover Hill high school kicked off its spirit week sleepily with pajama day. Cavaliers showed their spirit through onesies, hoodies, slippers, stuffed animals and, of course, pajamas....

The computer which runs the CHHS bells has recently undergone a massive upgrade.

New bell provides shift in vibe

Tyler Hamaker, Editor October 18, 2022

Among the hustle and bustle of the beginning of the school year, students were taken aback one morning when they were ushered to class by the sound of a dull, unfamiliar ring. The new bell tone, which...

Students holding a discussion and forum in the auditorium after walking out.

Students speak out, hold forum on racial equality

Ben Schneider, Editor-in-Chief June 16, 2022

On May 13, students walked out and participated in an open forum and discussion in the auditorium in support of racial equality. The forum was a response to an incident that occurred in the building...

Harmon stands in the hallway with one of the campaign posters that she made.

SCA turns attention to next year following election

Ben Schneider, Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2022

After weeks of candidates campaigning and placing posters around the school, the Student Council Association election is complete and the votes are counted.  The SCA officers for the 2022-2023 school...

Following the Supreme Courts leaked opinion, many students gathered outside of door 11 for have their voices heard.

Cavaliers walk out in response to Supreme Court leak

Ben Schneider, Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2022

On May 9, students participated in a walkout in support of abortion rights as part of a statewide day of student action following the leak of a Supreme Court opinion which indicated the court's intention...

Olivia Quintero is designing her future

Olivia Quintero is designing her future

Whitney Cardwell, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

The astonishing senior Olivia Quintero is about to challenge herself as she moves on to the University of Virginia (UVA) , where she will focus her studies on architecture. While she was accepted into...

After three years on the Chronicle staff, Editors Ayathi and Ethan sign off.

Saying goodbye to Chronicle editors Gogineni and Dobbins

Layla Vega, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

After four years of high school, almost every senior departs Clover Hill with many treasured Hill traditions and memories to pass along with others in years to come. Graduating seniors will leave the school...

Jaden Johnson: Coming of Age

Jaden Johnson: Coming of Age

Ian Hooks, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2022

For Jaden Johnson, Clover Hill was “an amazing experience” that helped “[build] the man [that he] is today”.  In his four years, Johnson was a part of everything he could participate in. From...

Samantha Hairston finds success through turbulent times

Samantha Hairston finds success through turbulent times

Tyler Hamaker, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

Member of the Clover Hill show choir, future Old Dominion student and CEO of Covered Smiles, Samantha Hairston, is reaching new heights this year with graduation. At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Bryson Jennings signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earlier this year.

Bryson Jennings continues football career in Chapel Hill

Cabot Butts, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

After four years, senior Bryson Jennings walked across the stage at the Siegel Center in a ceremony that took place on Monday, May 17. His four years are highlighted by his play as a defensive end on the...

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