• November 13"There is always something to be thankful for."
  • October 26"Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead."
  • September 27"Always salt your pasta while boiling it"

Photo Friday

Anne Oakes and Kirra Lee

November 22, 2019

This very creative flamingo door decor was created by Mrs. Katie Law, business law and accounting teacher.  The door demonstrates to students how to be themselves not not worry about what anyone else thinks. Anti-bullying...

Senior Night 2019

Sydney McBride, Sports Writer and Events Editor

November 21, 2019

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Senior Spotlight- Nick Williams

Layla Jones and Alyssa Nelson

November 15, 2019

CHS Nick Williams is a senior. Although it has been challenging, Nick enjoys being a senior very much, "It's the best feeling, but also the most stressful time because you have to think about all the things to do after high...

Our own gym coach Daniel Rogers opens gym in tightsqueeze.

Peyton McCoy, Photography, and ads

November 4, 2019

CHS PE teacher Daniel Rogers opened up a gym recently in Tightsqueeze Shopping Center. The gym is located between Food Lion and United Rubber Workers Federal Credit Union. Membership fees are $30 and $25 a year.  The gym is...

Senior Spotlight – Alyssa Nelson

Layla Jones

October 30, 2019

Alyssa Nelson's senior year has been here favorite year at CHS. Throughout her years here, her favorite activity has been theatre. "I enjoy being able to be in drama club and perform in front of hundreds of people," she said. Al...

Varsity Football Loses to Nelson

Anne Oakes, Sports Editor

October 23, 2019

Chatham's varsity football team had their second loss of the season, 35-19, to Nelson County at Lovingston recently. Three turnovers hurt the team. After a 34 yard touchdown (TD) by Zae Edmunds, the halftime score was 21-7....

Brothers Both Earned Championship Rings

Anne Oakes, Sports Editor

October 22, 2019

Two local CHS brothers won baseball championship rings 10 years apart. Matthew Arnold, 17, junior, and Drew Arnold, 2012 graduate, now an engineer with Dewberry  were both sophomores when they won their rings. Both were also...

Friday Night Homecoming!

Kali Logan, Opinion Editor and Restaurant Critic

September 25, 2019

CHS homecoming took place on Friday night at 7 PM. The Varsity football team played Martinsville and won with a score of 35-21. During halftime, the homecoming representatives were Kennedy Jones was crowned as queen and Z...

Chatham Dominates Tunstall

Sydney McBride, Sports Editor and Events Editor

September 23, 2019

Chatham Varsity Football team won against Tunstall 26-30. First quarter 0-0, second 0-3, third 13-16, fourth 26-30. Zae Edmunds, who plays for offense and defense, injured his knee in the first quarter and stayed out. He went back in during the third quarter an...

Spirit Week Flashback

Jennie Furr, Feature Editor

September 23, 2019

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Friday Night Homecoming Reps!

Kali Logan, Restaurant Critic & Opinion Editor

September 20, 2019

CHS homecoming is tonight at 7 PM. The varsity football team will face off against the Martinsville Bulldogs. During halftime  two senior girls will be chosen for queens and princesses then two boys for kings and princes. The...

Chatham is Victorious Against Randolph

Sydney McBride and Nathaniel Hawker

September 13, 2019

Players huddle for prayer before play starts. Our players were hard-hitting. A great tackle! Ameia Harris, a sophomore, pumps up the crowd. Youth League cheerleaders performed at halftime. More play e...

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