Graduation Induces Freshman Year Flashbacks

Rutger Scott, Entertainment Editor

May 23, 2018

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Four years of intense public schooling at the high school level had to teach us seniors something, right? After a quartet of what seemed like nonstop workload, legend has told of how the senior has given so much to make it...

Paving the Way to College Excellence

Nathan Pullen, News Editor

May 23, 2018

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After four years supposedly dedicated to preparing me for college, life, and a profession, I can confidently say that high school has shaped me into the person that I am today, for better or for worse. There are, however, a...

Reporting for The Chronicle One Last Time

Erin Hogge, Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2018

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The summer before my sophomore year of high school began, I received my class schedule for the upcoming school year. There was a course listed that I had no interest in taking, so I looked at the options for English electives...

Effectiveness of the School Walkout

Erin Hogge, Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2018

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Since the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., students across the country have searched for ways to make legislators listen to their pleas for gun reform. On Wednesday, March 14, Kettle...

Should the County Pay for AP Tests?

February 28, 2018

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If you’ve ever taken an AP test, you’ve most likely seen other students staring off into space or catching some Z’s. What you may not know is that this comes at a hefty price. Fauquier County pays for all students’...

The Hunt for the Superior Streaming Service

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

February 9, 2018

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The superior streaming service, Netflix, has become disputed over the removal of hit TV shows and the soon to be upped price of watching. But, despite all of this, Netflix reigns supreme among students. With online streaming...

Wake Up and Smell the Cougar Cafe Coffee

Isaiah Metzdorf, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2018

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Should students be even more caffeinated? Or is this a temporary solution to a deep seeded problem? A large number of the student body admit to not getting enough sleep before school. The Cougar Cafe could provide a much...

Drivers Using Grapewood Drive Illegally

February 9, 2018

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We all know that sitting in traffic isn’t fun, especially when you have somewhere important to be. But the traffic at Kettle Run is a completely new level of heavy traffic. Drivers should be able to use Grapewood Drive to ...

The Great Debate of Holiday Greetings

Logan Morris, Sports Writer

December 12, 2017

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The traditional saying of “Merry Christmas”, has now been deemed disrespectful to others of different religions. This “war-on-Christmas” seems a bit more pitched than usual this year, and it’s likely that the election...

What’s the Real Value of Membership?

December 12, 2017

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“Join the Interact Club, apply to the National Honor Society, oh, and don’t forget about signing up for the Amnesty International Club!” Today, there are countless clubs and honor societies available to help students...

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