Cavalier Chronicle

  • January 11Four CHHS orchestra students were accepted to the Central Regional Orchestra: Ryan Chen, Lydia Joh, Adelynn Tuck, Lillian Parker
  • January 10DECA students Lauren Ferrell, Saanvi Jha win 1st place at District Leadership Conference; Eno Asubonteng placed 8th
  • January 10Senior Maggie Matzen won the Academic All-American Award for debate
  • January 1018 Clover Hill District Band selections qualify for All Virginia in February
  • January 10District leading 40 band members selected during the weekend's District Band auditions
Brittney Griner plays for the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA

Britney Griner faces nine year sentence from the Russian Government

Cabot Butts, Editor October 25, 2022

After a Russian court denied her appeal earlier today, Brittney Griner is set to serve nine years in a Russian prison.  Griner was originally arrested in February after it was found that she possessed...

Clover Hill students settling into the tornado safety position.

Tornado warnings test disaster preparedness

Spencer Woodbury and Ben Schneider April 14, 2022

During an abnormal fourth block on Mar. 31, 2022, the hill experienced a tornado threat. Although there were no confirmed touchdowns, Chesterfield County Public Schools took caution and ordered all students...

Former Cavalier reaches Mars through NASA

Former Cavalier reaches Mars through NASA

Ben Schneider, Chronicle Staff Writer June 14, 2021

On Feb. 18, the newest Mars rover, Perseverance, landed after years of work by NASA’s top scientists and engineers including Clover Hill High School graduate David Newill-Smith. Perseverance is the...

The debate team returns from a tournament at the University of Pennsylvania in February 2020.

Motivated debate team seeks strong finish

Ben Schneider, Chronicle Staff Writer March 31, 2021

From the first tournaments in early autumn to qualifiers for national competitions in the spring, the Clover Hill Debate Team has worked tirelessly throughout the year to deliver strong performances. The...

Fewer students take PSAT in the building

Fewer students take PSAT in the building

Jae Rauber, Chronicle Staff Writer March 14, 2021

On Jan. 26, juniors at CHHS came to take the PSAT in new circumstances. Originally scheduled to be taken in Oct. 2020, it was canceled along with other College Board exams. This affected college-bound...

Protesters gather at the Robert E. Lee Memorial to spread awareness of Black Lives Matter.

Former Cavalier lifts up black voices at VCU

Ethan Dobbins, Editor December 9, 2020

2020 has certainly been a year for the books, with pandemics, wildfires, and many other major events that have definitely taken the world by surprise. However, 2020 hasn’t been a total disaster. In fact,...

A poll of 235 Clover Hill students show that 68.9% would vote for Biden, 27.7% would vote for Trump and 3.4% would vote for Jorgensen.

First time voters cast ballots as Election Day approaches

Keegan Miller, Editor October 30, 2020

As the 2020 US presidential election approaches, registered students decide on which candidate to support and give their vote to. Republican Party nominee and President Donald Trump and Democratic Party...

Brett Mooney gives instruction to students in a virtual environment.

School year’s unprecedented start leaves CCPS planning for campus return

Keegan Miller, Editor October 26, 2020

On Sept. 29, Chesterfield County Public Schools began implementing the first phase of its hybrid system which, over the span of six weeks, plans to give all students the opportunity to return to their...

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