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The Class of 2018: The Stats of Success

June 28, 2018 5:30pm | Mady Hand '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

There are a lot of ways to describe the class of 2018. Things such as “special snowflakes,” a term coined by one of our loving Reverends, or “the best graduating class yet,” come to mind as two notable descriptors. There are so many different approaches […]

EHS Track Breaks Records, Takes Medals

June 28, 2018 4:40pm | Claire Boehm '20, Contributing Writer

        On Saturday, May 19, the Episcopal track team travelled down to Richmond to battle alongside various Virginia private schools at the VISAA 2018 Outdoor track meet. Overall, the results were satisfactory as the boys’ team placed 8th while the girls’ team […]

See You in September!

June 28, 2018 3:40pm | Chronicle editors

The online Chronicle is on summer break until September of the 2018-19 school year. Please check back in then!

Don’t You Forget About Me

April 19, 2018 6:22pm | Mady Hand '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Breakfast, the meal resented because of its associations with Levels and early morning wake-ups. Yes, it’s true, there’s an unfortunate stigma around breakfast here on the Holy Hill. Students unfairly judge the meal because they see it as a hindrance to their day, as opposed […]

Ambush Interview: Spring Family Weekend

April 19, 2018 2:35pm | Katherine Schwartz '19, Features Co-Editor

Every April, the EHS campus gears up for the arrival of students’ families for Family Weekend (formerly known as Parents Weekend). The grass gets meticulously cut, the bread rolls become fresher, and third quarter grades are released. Though the event requires extensive preparation from teachers, […]

Don’t You Forget About Me

April 19, 2018 2:30pm | Mady Hand '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Breakfast, the meal resented because of its associations with Levels and early morning wake-ups. Yes, it’s true, there’s an unfortunate stigma around breakfast here on the Holy Hill. Students unfairly judge the meal because they see it as a hindrance to their day, as opposed […]

The High Notes of Choir Tour

April 19, 2018 1:41pm | Kyndall Donalson '19, Staff Writer

The weekend of April 7-8, Episcopal’s choir students traveled to Boston for their annual choir tour. The tour is a chance for students in choir not only to work on the music in their repertoire and perform but also to visit various important cultural sites, […]

EHS, Meet The Press

April 18, 2018 6:14pm | John Woodward '18, Chief Editorialist

When it comes to being unaware and bubble-fied by Episcopal, I’m guilty as charged. On a weekly basis, I’ll sit down with my computer and resolve to start reading the news. I’ll groom through the New York Times and CNN on my iPhone’s trusty News […]

Chapel: Standing Overration

February 16, 2018 2:15am | Maddy Warrell '18, Co-Editor in Chief

Before I dive in, I want every performer and speaker to know that I admire their courage and talent in getting up in front of the entire community in chapel. Over the course of my time here at EHS, I have loved listening to talented […]

Project SNZ RXS!!!

February 16, 2018 2:13am | John Woodward '18, Chief Editorialist

My entire high school career, I’ve been plagued with a lack of sleep. Late night Black Mirror binges on Netflix, research papers, and the like have all kept me up. I was on a nocturnal clock. In the daytime, I’d faze in and out of […]