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KEVA Ball members playing against each other.

KEVA Ball members find a new way to pass time

Jessica Vimalathithan, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

At the beginning of their freshman year in 2022, Sophomore Samuel Durst and his friends created a game they call KEVA Ball. After school, Durst and four of his friends push the tables in the library...

Rahman playing and singing for Passenger Pigeon at The Meridian in Williamsburg.

Rahman stresses work-life balance as first year teacher

Jessica Vimalathithan, Staff Writer November 21, 2023

New history teacher Fahim Rahman breaks the stereotypical teaching mold as he embarks on his career at The Hill during the 2023-2024 school year. Rahman was born in San Antonio, Texas. At the age of...

Cavaliers gain a first down in a late season matchup.

Football remains optimistic despite rebuilding year

Miles Adams, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

Following a coaching change at the end of the 2022-2023 season, the Clover Hill Cavaliers football team embarked on a season marked by both setbacks and moments of promise. Under the leadership of new...

November Cavalier Chronicle Student of the Month: Luke Arnold

November Cavalier Chronicle Student of the Month: Luke Arnold

Victoria Wigfall, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

  Episode One of the Top of the Hill Podcast features the October Cavalier Chronicle Student of the Month, junior Luke Arnold. In this episode,  Victoria and Luke talk about his journey...

Nicholas Barker observing a student prepare a Dia de los Muertos presentation.

Spanish teacher Nicholas Barker comes to the Hill

Nixon Molina Aldaba, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

Nicholas Barker, a passionate and dedicated Spanish teacher, is eager to make his mark in his first year at Clover Hill. Barker studied Spanish for six years and holds a Master’s degree in foreign...

Local flora changing with the seasons

Local flora changing with the seasons

Jackson Lair, Editor November 6, 2023

A variety of beautiful flowers around Clover Hill continue to bloom and grow seeds through the fall. As the remnants of summer fade away this October, wildflowers offer bees their last nectar, while wild...

Maclin leads the combined orchestras through their Boo-roque concert rehearsal.

Restringing the orchestra program

Lance Aileo, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

New Orchestra teacher Teresa Maclin believes she has the skills and experience needed to elevate Clover Hill’s performing arts.  For several years, the Orchestra program has been in a state of transition,...

Mr. Cunha helps a student prepare for class before first period begins.

Former student teacher returns to The Hill

Miles Adams, Staff Writer October 23, 2023

It's said that "the best journey takes you home", and for English teacher Brandon Cunha, home is the place he started his teaching journey: Clover Hill High School. Cunha has known all throughout his...

Fino showing his ESL enrollment sheet.

ESOL teacher’s educational journey from Colombia to Chesterfield

Victoria Wigfall, Staff Writer October 23, 2023

In August 2023, Manuel Fino packed his bags, said adios to his family and left his home in Bogotá, Colombia to relocate to Chesterfield County, Virginia, over 2,000 miles away to join the Clover Hill...

Cabot Butts standing in front of a mural in school

Cabot Butts expands Chronicle Sports forever

James Rioux, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

Coming out of Bailey Bridge Middle School, Cabot Butts would be one of the select students to enter the Math and Science program. Instead of Manchester, he would attend Clover Hill High School. Through...

Ian Hooks posing for a photo

Ian Hooks follows his dream of sports broadcasting

Vanessa Wigfall, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

After three years of participating in the Cavalier Chronicle, Ian Hooks is ending one chapter of his life and starting another. Hooks first joined journalism due to his dream of becoming a sports broadcaster....

Ben Schneider (left) and Spencer Woodbury (right) meeting Joshua Davis (middle)

Spencer Woodbury reflects on his relationship with the Chronicle

Vanessa Wigfall, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

It is normal for representatives from each elective to stop by classrooms during scheduling. The objective is to quickly inform students about their elective and persuade them to take it. Spencer Woodbury...

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