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Recent changes to library make the space a comfortable learning environment

Julia Duran, Assistant Features Editor

June 9, 2017

Filed under Academics

Recently, many innovations were added to the library to modernize its appearance and make it more welcome and comfortable to students. “We looked very traditional before, so I had to figure out what would work [there], fi...

Chantilly sends off another year of retirees to future adventures

Ted Thomas, Academics Editor

June 9, 2017

Filed under Academics

Every year teachers retire and leave the school to start their own new adventures. Losing them, however, is never easy for the school. With a final send-off message, we say goodbye to all the retiring teachers this year. “Cong...

Marketing teacher leads on and off the ice

Kiara Matthews, Staff Writer

June 9, 2017

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In his five years at Chantilly, marketing teacher Chris Kohlasch has become known for his caring and engaging personality. After growing up in Boston, Kolasch moved to Loudoun County and graduated from Broad Run High School in 2...

The Van Nuys family takes on England

Tina Nguyen, Business Manager

June 9, 2017

Filed under Academics

After many years of teaching at Chantilly, social studies teacher Katie Van Nuys and her spouse, math teacher Nate Van Nuys, will leave at the end of this school year to embark on a new journey to England. Both teachers arriv...

Impact Project promotes community service

Anika Mereddy, Assistant News Editor

June 9, 2017

Filed under Academics

What would it be like if everyone in the world cared about others and reached out to help those in need? In Mike Murphy’s English 10 class, each year students have the opportunity to make a difference through the Impact Project, whi...

Students and staff share thoughts about the recent changes to the library

Julia Duran, Assistant Features Editor

May 5, 2017

Filed under Academics

Recently, many innovations were added to the library to modernize its appearance and make it more welcoming and comfortable to students. “We looked very traditional before, so I had to figure out what would work, find those...

Growth throughout the decades facilitates change, same sense of community remains

Elizabeth Lee, Managing Editor

May 5, 2017

Filed under Academics

Ever since Chantilly High School was established in 1972 as a temporary building, the school has faced a plethora of changes in retrospect to both the physical layout of the school as well as the educational principles. Most re...

Students share how their Academy experiences have impacted their career choices

Nikitha Seri, Assistant Arts&Style Editor

March 3, 2017

Filed under Academics

Choosing a career can be a stressful decision, but many students have been able to find or further their interests through Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes offered in the Academy. “I took [Teachers for Tomorrow] because I ...

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