The County Chronicle

The online newspaper for Loudoun County High School

The County Chronicle

The County Chronicle

School pool opens back up

Hannah Winegar, staff writer March 31, 2023

Great news for students and the former swim team has just been announced: the pool on top of the school’s roof has recently been re-opened for student use. In the coming month of April, students will...

Newly elected president dissolves student council and declares national emergency

Kelsan Giamporcaro, guest writer March 28, 2023

In a surprising turn of events, the likes of which hasn’t been seen in the 68-year history of this school, newly elected class president Joey Steelman has declared a national emergency and dissolved...

World peace, at last: asynchronous Mondays return, the world celebrates.

Daniel DeLargy, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Ladies and gentlemen, recently, the Federal Government has made a unanimous decision to restate and mandate Federal Asynchronous Mondays.  It's ok to have tears of joy in your eyes, for today is a...

Senior Taylor McCully enjoys a bowl of Captain Crunch cereal before school while showing her support for our new mascot. It has become her favorite cereal brand.

Captain Crunch announced to be new captain of LCHS

Maggie Sheridan, Co Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2022

After many debates, our school has finally made the difficult decision to change our mascot. Although the former logo for the  Captains was a good option, students and staff agreed it was boring and we...

LCPS headlines The Washington Post yet again

LCPS headlines The Washington Post yet again

Evelyn Kuzminski, Layout Editor April 1, 2022

Mask mandates, mascot changes, school board lawsuits, and state championships have put LCHS and the rest of the county school system in the national spotlight time and time again. Last week, the school...

Berny Waydling works hard on his math project in his brand new classroom. Waydling feels safe in his new classrooms and enjoys the new confinement of his work space. Picture by Tac Ollerazzip.

Students missing in Loudoun County High School due to classroom splits

Cat Pizzarello, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

WATCH OUT! Screams fill the school halls as construction workers move in and out of classrooms at Loudoun County High School leaving a haze of sawdust, and the stench of white plaster and paint behind....

Posters of the protest hung around the school to inform students of the upcoming demonstration. Photo by Lorenzo Salas.

S.T.I.N.K protest happening countywide to cut down on tardiness

Lorenzo Salas, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Due to an increase of students arriving late to school and not showing up to class on time, the school board has decided to implement a new strategy in order to cut back on the lateness. This has led the...

School Board coordinates protest against School Board

Liberty Harrison, Managing Editor April 1, 2022

It all started with an email, a protest, fervent with complacency sparked through simple keystrokes.  The administration sent it out, teachers read it and communicated to the students: this is when,...

Administrative actions to renovate result in corruption

Michaela Scott, Co 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....

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