The County Chronicle

The online newspaper for Loudoun County High School

The County Chronicle

The County Chronicle

OWL Podcast: Annie Oakley

Liberty Harrison and Olivia DeWan June 15, 2022

Check out our latest podcast!

Lack of space forces school to turn over 100 students from taking food courses

June 13, 2022

With our school being the oldest in the county, comes classroom limitations. Our culinary arts room is affected by this with not having all equipment necessary to run class smoothly on a day to day basis...

Note-taking by the numbers

Note-taking by the numbers

Evelyn Kuzminski, layout editor June 8, 2022

Book Recommendations

Hannah Winegar, staff writer June 8, 2022

Summer's coming! Here are some books to check out: Sharp objects A journalist returns to her hometown to write about the murders of two children in the span of one year but finds more than she bargained...

Tunnels under Loudoun County High School? The Mystery and Why They were Built

Tunnels under Loudoun County High School? The Mystery and Why They were Built

Cat Pizzarello, staff writer June 7, 2022

There are 5 entrances to the crawl spaces in this old boiler room. The machinery in much of this space is no longer used in the school. Pictures by Cat Pizzarello Down the stairs in the...

Consulting and Confidence

Olivia DeWan, Online Editor June 3, 2022

In addition to being a track star, ROTC Captain, and committed to Vanderbilt University, senior Charlotte Penberthy is adding one more accomplishment to her already impressive resume: Mary Kay consultant. “My...

The Perfect Storm

Crawford Holmes, staff writer June 3, 2022

The federal government usually can only pick one: a massive economic recession with millions of fortunes lost over stock, or soaring inflation and price of goods. Unfortunately for everyone living in America,...

Leaving with Legacy

June 3, 2022

Maggie Sheridan laughs cheerfully, pulling in the rest of the journalism class with her lighthearted joking, a common occurrence in the classroom. As Editor in Chief of the County Chronicle Sheridan continuously...

Lack of classroom space proves challenging

Hannah Winegar, staff writer May 31, 2022

Loudoun County High School was designed in the 1950s, when classes were run much differently. No one had Chromebooks or phones, and students were expected to sit passively in neat rows while the teacher...

Neglected

Lorenzo Salas, staff writer May 2, 2022

Loudoun County High School was built in 1954, and in 2022, many students would agree that the school has seen better days. Perhaps the physical issues with the building are more pronounced now, or maybe...

Administrative Actions To Renovate Result In Corruption

Administrative Actions To Renovate Result In Corruption

Michaela Scott, Editor-In-Chief April 1, 2022

As school administration faces ongoing challenges this year regarding the return of in-school learning, faculty members have adjusted by implementing new ways for students to learn in school and stay safe....

View our Quarter 2 PDF!

February 25, 2022

Our January 2022 PDF issue is live online. You can view it here: https://issuu.com/countychronicle/docs/pdf_version_of_q2_pdf_issue_january_2022 Keep alert for the PRINT edition of our Quarter 3 issue,...

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