Distinguished Scholars Inspired by Alumni

Senior Maddy Old '17 offered this introduction for our Distinguished Scholars Dinner Keynote Address from Aria Branch '05. Here is a link to her remarks: https://youtu.be/wn_ZxWr7jqU   I’m honored to introduce tonight’s keynote speaker, Aria Branch. Aria graduated from Cape Henry Collegiate in 2005 and continued her education at Duk...

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Why We Must Never Forget

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Why We Must Never Forget

Jacob Konikoff, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

Amid a flurry of confusion over the seemingly plethora number of executive orders which streamed from the president’s desk during his first week in office and in the midst of news commentators still discussing and reporting...

March 21, 2017No Comments

Kasich Shoots Down the Heartbeat Bill

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Kasich Shoots Down the Heartbeat Bill

Julie Reid, Staff Writer - Class of 2018

On December 13th failed presidential candidate and current governor of Ohio, John Kasich, vetoed one of the strictest anti-abortion bills since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in the case of Roe v. Wade in 1973....

March 20, 2017No Comments

Qdoba Hilltop’s closing brought hard feelings to many

Qdoba Hilltop’s closing brought hard feelings to many

Sarah Warren, Staff Columnist

This is terrible. The last day of Qdoba at Hilltop was just prior to Alumni Career Day at Cape Henry. Everyone was very upset by the restaurant’s closing. Many people wish that another Qdoba will be built at Hilltop...

May 2, 2016No Comments

Trump honest or deceitful regarding Breitbart reporter?

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Trump honest or deceitful regarding Breitbart reporter?

Nikol Tang, Staff Columnist

Earlier this campaign season, Donald Trump tweeted: “Why is this reporter touching me as I leave a news conference?” He claimed that former Breitbart reporter, Michelle Fields, was making unwanted physical contact...

April 25, 2016No Comments

One step closer to a cure for plastic waste

One step closer to a cure for plastic waste

Kelly Schmudde, Staff Columnist

Scientists have found a way to get rid of all the plastic in the world! Well not really, but there could be a solution to get rid of the excess amount of plastic around the world. Who would've thought it would be a type...

April 1, 2016No Comments

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Basketball Craze or Crazy?

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Basketball Craze or Crazy?

Kelly Schmudde and Kiara Baxter, Staff Writers

In March it can represent that spring is here or the school year is about to end in 2 months, but for...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Dream Season

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Dream Season

Julie Reid, Staff Writer - Class of 2018

The Dolphins had an incredible season this year, winning not only the TCIS regular season title, but...

March 22, 2017No Comments

# 1 Runner in the State

Owen Richards finishes in 1st place in state championship meet. Photo Credit: D. Burke

# 1 Runner in the State

Alexandra Land, Staff Writer - Class of 2019

Owen Richards has been the talk, athletically, in the Cape Henry community in the past few weeks. Owen...

February 7, 2017No Comments

A New Future American Pasttime?

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A New Future American Pasttime?

Jacob Konikoff, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

It used to be that baseball was considered to be the Great American Pastime; however, in recent years, footb...

December 8, 2016No Comments

#1 Runner in Virginia is in our CHC community

Alexandra Land, Staff Writer - Class of 2019

Owen Richards has been the talk, athletically, in the Cape Henry community in the past few weeks. Owen...

December 5, 2016No Comments

Volleyball:  More than Kills, Digs, and Sets

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Volleyball: More than Kills, Digs, and Sets

Brett Dudley, Staff Writer - Class of 2019

Throughout the course of the 2016 Varsity Girls volleyball season, tremendous improvements have been...

November 30, 2016No Comments

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Survive Without Bumpers

Survive Without Bumpers

Masha Root, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

Survive without bumpers was a senior project for Colby Jones. Her project also was a fundraiser for the NOLA trip to New Orleans. The event was held March 23rd and 24th after school. Colby Jones says that...

April 3, 2017No Comments

CHC Community Collects for Worthy Cause

CHC Community Collects for Worthy Cause

Haley Jernigan, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

On Friday, March 17th, the CHC community came together to raise awareness for cancer and cancer research. The idea was brought up by Mrs. Kristen Dodzik, CHC Spanish Teacher, who wanted to raise money...

March 21, 2017No Comments

Out of this World

Out of this World

Masha Root, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

The Varsity Dance Team, along with the Lower and Middle Schoolers, had their first showcase on November 10th. Every season has a theme; in the past some themes included Circus, Disney, Movies, Seasons,...

December 9, 2016No Comments

Seniors Are Thankful For…

Seniors Are Thankful For…

Haley Jernigan, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

Thanksgiving is the time where families come together to eat good food and give thanks to one another. Since this is the senior class’ last Thanksgiving as Cape Henry dolphins, the Lighthouse Staff decided...

November 29, 2016No Comments

From Library to Lib – More than just Books

From Library to Lib – More than just Books

Jacob Konikoff, Staff Writer - Class of 2017

Throughout time libraries have been a quiet sanctuary. A place where talking, if it was done at all, was done in soft whispers as people used the countless resources at their fingertips to research...

November 2, 2016No Comments

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