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National Art Honors Society portrays holiday characters on windows and doors.

National Art Honors Society brings winter cheer to The Hill

Thomas Jackson, Editor December 16, 2022

The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) at Clover Hill painted winter images and symbols on doors and windows around the school this past week.  The NAHS went around the halls of Clover Hill with chalk...

Out Of It by Toby Atkinson

AP Graphics students revel in the rigor

Luke Taylor, Staff Writer May 19, 2022

AP Graphics is one of the many art classes available to the students of Clover Hill, and it is unique in how it allows students to take full creative liberty while making digital art using Adobe Photoshop,...

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...

Fall theatre season opens with mystery, murder and laughs

Fall theatre season opens with mystery, murder and laughs

Camerin Thrweatt, Staff Writer November 3, 2021

On Oct. 21, 2021 Theatre on the Hill opened to its first sold out crowd in over two years. In the murder mystery Clue, based on the popular board game, six unsuspecting characters are locked mansion and,...

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...

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...

Smyth Knight poses on set of KaPs new movie, Highway 47.

Kidz at Play thrives after founders graduate

Keegan Miller, Editor March 31, 2021

Kidz at Play, the self-described creative collective founded by former Cavaliers, continues to grow in popularity, content and members throughout Greater Richmond a year after leaving the Hill. Kidz...

Cavaliers utilize art as an outlet

Cavaliers utilize art as an outlet

Yeseul Jun, Editor February 12, 2021

Amidst this new year, students are finding new methods and mediums for creating art at home. On the Hill, art classes give students a means to communicate their own artistic expression about their interests,...

Wind ensemble spreads holiday spirit through YouTube performance

Wind ensemble spreads holiday spirit through YouTube performance

Jacky Le, Chronicle Staff Writer December 23, 2020

On Dec. 11, band teacher Brianna Gatch premiered a pre-recorded rendition of Leroy Anderson’s classic “Sleigh Ride” performed by the Clover Hill Wind Ensemble on  YouTube. Band members recorded...

Garber paints to shed light on social issues.

Art by Cavaliers sparks creativity at home

Yeseul Jun, Editor December 9, 2020

Art classes provide creative alternatives for students to find an escape from the academic rigors that core classes can bring. Students across CHHS are creating art that reflects their creativity and issues...

Atkinsons piece placed last year when he submitted it to the art contest.

Scholastic Art and Writing Contest releases applications for students

Kaitlyn Weatherford, Chronicle Staff Writer December 9, 2020

A variety of opportunities exist for art students looking to expand their artistic skills and gain experience including the Scholastics Art and Writing contest.  Junior Ace Atkinson, a former participant...

Orchestra program attempts virtual concert with emphasis on solo performances

Orchestra program attempts virtual concert with emphasis on solo performances

Maira Azam, Chronicle Staff Writer December 2, 2020

To adjust to health and safety restrictions while maintaining a sense of normality, students and staff are redefining and reimagining many of the events that students have come to know and love. The yearly...

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