The Purple Tide

Hannah Ehlers breaks gender barriers on the ice

Julia Shyy, Copy editor

December 9, 2016

Historically, ice hockey is a sport dominated by males. As times have changed, however, so have the customs of the sport. “I have received many sexist comments or actions [while playing ice hockey],” sophomore Hannah ...

A day and knight to remember

Julia Shyy, staff writer

May 15, 2016

Everyone knows about the typical high school prom. Students dress up, go to dinner, rent a limo, take pictures and dance for hours well into the night. But the standard high school prom isn’t the only prom dance in the area. ...

Students give back with Cards for Care

Julia Shyy, staff writer

April 8, 2016

There are a number of clubs here at the school that students can choose to join, and now students will have another club to consider. “Cards for Care is a club where students gather together to give back to their communit...

Students prepare for the annual HOSA blood drive

Julia Shyy, staff writer

March 7, 2016

Health Occupations Students of America, better known as HOSA, is a Chantilly Academy course that holds a blood drive at the school every year for students. Last year, HOSA received over 200 units of blood from students. Each u...

It’s Twins!

Julia Shyy, staff writer

November 4, 2015

  Taking care of kids naturally comes with many responsibilities. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, watching over kids is no easy task. English teachers David and Lyndsay Friedman are no longer taking care of just ...