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Students study hard in a classroom with masks on.

Teachers share thoughts on hybrid and in-person school

Nick Haasch, Chronicle Staff Writer May 4, 2021

As students finally returned to school on March 9, many teachers were excited about the new educational doors that have opened.  Hybrid learning has been very difficult for many teachers to adjust...

Foxy by Allison Jenkins-Guay

Richmond Animal League auctions art by Cavaliers

Kaitlyn Weatherford, Chronicle Staff Writer May 3, 2021

For the past eight years, the Richmond Animal League (RAL) has hosted a silent auction of donated art to raise money for their organization. Anyone can submit a painting or drawing of an animal on a hard...

Clover Hill adds new courses to increase options for upperclassmen

Clover Hill adds new courses to increase options for upperclassmen

Abi Cardea, Editor May 3, 2021

Next year, Clover Hill will introduce three new courses that students can take: African American History, AP Seminar, and Service Learning. Although Service Learning was offered at Clover Hill in years...

Deane stands with her diploma in front of a Clover Hill backdrop.

Cavaliers opt to graduate high school early

Maira Azam, Chronicle Staff Writer May 3, 2021

As this challenging year passes by, Cavaliers have become more united and prepared for their next step in school life. Former Cavaliers Lexi Deane and Wil Manderski share their journey as early graduates...

Senior Hailey Johnson picks up her cap and gown on Apr. 29, 2021.

Seniors look forward to prom, graduation, and other events

Keegan Miller, Editor April 30, 2021

As the end of the 2020-2021 school year approaches, student council members and student sponsors plan around the pandemic for Clover Hill’s annual senior events. Chesterfield County Public Schools...

Yearbook staff prepare for last years yearbook in January 2020.

Yearbook staff strive to encapsulate unprecedented school year

Ayathi Gogineni, Editor April 22, 2021

Clover Hill High School’s Yearbook team is a student-run organization that captures the ups and downs of the 180 days of school in a regular school year into a singular book. Although life at school...

Minors continuously exposed to teen sexualization in media

Minors continuously exposed to teen sexualization in media

Krisanny Salazar, Editor April 21, 2021

Today’s youth spends an average of six to nine hours a day on their electronic devices. Rest assured, according to the Washington Post, about 20% of that time is spent watching shows and movies. It makes...

Say Anything fails to hold up over time

‘Say Anything’ fails to hold up over time

Spencer Woodbury, Chronicle Staff Writer April 21, 2021

From timeless classics, such as "Casablanca" and "Citizen Kane", to modern blockbusters, like "Parasite" and "La La Land", there are a variety of movies that define pop culture and society. The true question...

Sophomore Alena Johnson looks forward to leading NEHS.

National English Honor Society welcomes new officers

Sheridan Stiles, Editor April 21, 2021

There are a variety of honor societies offered at Clover Hill, many of which represent unique areas of academia, service hours and entertaining extracurricular activities. An honor society is a group...

Stress develops in students from the new normal

Stress develops in students from the “new normal”

Mackenzie Love, Chronicle Staff Writer April 20, 2021

In high school, there are several factors that create stress and anxiety for students. With this unprecedented year, several students have opted to remain virtual for the remainder of the school year due...

Quyen Nguyen, 11th

Student artists gather inspiration from nature

Yeseul Jun, Editor April 20, 2021

Junior Quyen Nguyen’s piece showcases the many different facets of spring. Nguyen depicts a serene and whimsical spring scene dotted with bright accent colors. She begins by color blocking the darkest...

Behind the Wheel sustains program throughout the 2020-2021 school year

Behind the Wheel sustains program throughout the 2020-2021 school year

Jacky Le, Chronicle Staff Writer April 14, 2021

The Behind the Wheel program is currently open without any waiting time. After being suspended indefinitely, Behind the Wheel opened late last year with new sanitary precautions.  Due to the ongoing...

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