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Creative Writing teacher, Mr. Dan Waidelich, in his Holiday Day spirit wear.

Holiday Day: a new holiday on the Hill

Ayathi Gogineni, Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2021

On Dec. 17, also known as Saturnalia, Clover Hill celebrated its first annual Holiday Day, a newly invented holiday by the creative writing class under the supervision of English Teacher Dan Waidelich.  According...

The Christmas Chronicles (2018, Netflix)

Ten holiday classics to enjoy during winter break

Ayathi Gogineni, Editor December 1, 2021

It is that time of the year again when stockings are hung, trees are adorned with lights and families are at the fireplace singing and dancing to the wonderful music of Christmas or watching holiday shows...

Mr. Wilkerson, the newest teacher of the month, teaching his history class

Faculty highlight distinguished staff as Educator of the Month

Layla Vega, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

After a year of online learning, employees and students have returned to the Hill for the 2021-2022 academic year, heralding the return of Educator of the Month for staff members. The monthly program was...

Orchestra teacher Hannah Grooms conducts her students as they prepare for their fall concert.

Hard work pays off for new orchestra teacher

Ayathi Gogineni, Editor-In-Chief November 9, 2021

Hannah Grooms has joined the ranks of the performing arts department and has become the new orchestra teacher following the departure of Justin Williams. Grooms, a graduate of James Madison University,...

The Marching Band playing on the risers at a football game.
Photo By: Candid Color

Marching Cavaliers roll into a new year

Holly Lowe, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

On Sep. 17, the Marching Cavaliers opened their season at the Clover vs Cosby football game in their brand new uniforms, showing off a score of new tunes. This marked the band's first performance to a...

Students outside the current Clover Hill High.

Memories of Green and Gold: Nearly half a century of history on the Hill

Layla Vega, Staff Writer October 23, 2021

Forty-nine years after the establishment of the old building on Hull Street Road, many students and staff have come and gone, but each and every one of them have played an important role in what makes...

 Little League World Series 

Chesterfield little league softball finds success through teamwork

Spencer Woodbury, Editor October 19, 2021

Coach Fiege is the head coach and manager of the Chesterfield Little League softball team. The team that he coached and managed, Chesterfield Little League, went to the playoffs and made it all the way...

Jamie Chapman and Dylan Newman dress up as Darth Vader (Left) and a Sloth (Right) for Fandom Day.

Picture By: Ayathi Gogineni

Homecoming traditions return to the Hill after pandemic hiatus

Ian Hooks, Editor October 18, 2021

Oct. 4 marked the start of Clover Hill’s anticipated spirit week and homecoming dance, which has the theme of ‘garden party’.  On Monday students wore pajamas, then switched it up on Tuesday...

Cherish Bland, Deja Smith, and Ashley Pendleton hold up their 5 Ws sheets they filled out on Be a Lifesaver Day.
Picture By: Amanda Berneche

“Start With Hello” initiative promotes awareness among students

Tyler Hamaker and Luke Taylor October 11, 2021

On Friday, Sep. 10, teachers and students began a new program called “Start with Hello”. The program, which took place Sep. 21 - Sep. 24, was created by the Sandy Hook Promise Organization in an effort...

Removal of General Lee Statue on Monument Avenue

Removal of historic Lee statue in Richmond

Ben Schneider, Editor October 11, 2021

On Sept. 8, the state of Virginia removed the 12-ton statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee that had overlooked Monument Avenue in Richmond since 1890. Governor Ralph Northam declared his plan...

Senior wide receiver Abe Uqdah lining up against Cosbys defensive back.  
Photo Credit: Students Athletes Media

Varsity football returns home against rival Cosby

Cabot Butts, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

Clover Hill’s varsity football team began their home season earlier this month, and students from across grade levels came out in their green and gold to support. Fans came in full force for the first...

The Swimmer takes readers for a spy chase across Europe

‘The Swimmer’ takes readers for a spy chase across Europe

Ben Schneider, Chronicle Staff Writer June 14, 2021

"The Swimmer" features secret information with global implications, mysterious enemies, action, danger and long-awaited redemption. In this Swedish thriller written by Joakim Zander and published in 2013,...

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