Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019


The Newspaper Club at Chatham High School has been writing articles for years on topics ranging from politics to student achievement. However, this year marks the end of this journey for seniors and club leaders, Brenna Towell and Lana DePasquale, who devoted hours of their time to manage staff, edit articles, plan meetings, and publish the monthly editions of the CHS
Chronicle, as they reach the next chapter of their lives.
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019

Emma Haberman: This photo was taken in an abandoned greenhouse my friend and I came about when we were taking pictures. To anyone else, the greenhouse would’ve probably been considered a big eye sore, and trust me it definitely wasn’t pleasant being there, but it made for some really cool photos. The broken glass and trash created really complex lighting which I tried to capture in this photo to frame a subject.

Monday, March 25th, 2019


From February 7-10, 25 students went on the 4 day, 3 night, Model UN Trip at Johns Hopkins University (JHUMUNC). Complete with about 21 total hours of conferences, midnight crises, day trips, and the delegate dance, the experience was far from ordinary. Students stayed at and attended conferences at the extensive Hilton Baltimore, a fast paced and professional environment. For many participants, the best part of the conference was meeting students from across the United States (some international) and creating lasting friendships.
Thursday, December 20th, 2018


Ever since I could read, I have been obsessed. When I was younger, I used to read several books in a week. During the school years I don’t find that much time anymore, but I still open a book whenever I find myself stressed and in need of a break. Over the summer I catch up, and sometimes read as much as thirty or forty large books.
Thursday, December 20th, 2018


Four teams from the Technology Club, representing Chatham High School, participated in the annual bridge tournament in Union County College where students tested their bridge’s ability to hold weight. Schools sent teams from across New Jersey, including neighbor New Providence and even Cranford, Edison, and Newark. Team A Novice of Chatham received 3rd place and Team B Novice received 4th place out of a total of 33 teams. The advanced teams of Chatham, consisting of several experienced members, also impressed the judges with their unique designs. Team A Advanced received 6th place out of a total of 25 teams.
Tuesday, November 13th, 2018


Salutations and exclamations for the Green Team’s sortation stations! In a joint effort to reduce waste during lunch in the CHS cafeteria, the Green Team and Environmental Club have now implemented a way for students to sort their leftovers and trash easily and efficiently. Old garbage cans have been replaced with brand new sorting stations with three separate sections: one for trash, one for recyclables, and one for compost. Unfortunately there are a select few who have taken it upon themselves to misuse the school’s newest asset and sabotage the effort to rid the school of unnecessary garbage.
Saturday, November 10th, 2018


As we say goodbye to the midterm elections, I feel it is important to look smaller than the national stage. Smaller than even the state stage. I am talking, of course, about Chatham High School’s own Young Conservatives and Young Progressives Clubs. While these clubs are similar to others in terms of encouraging discussion and furthering understanding, they stand out as the only two clubs pitted directly against one other. With our nation so divided, I was interested in finding common ground between these two polarizing clubs and the perspective of our nation’s youth on the world of politics.
Monday, November 20th, 2017


Whether you walk home from school, are driven home, or play an after-school sport, you have probably noticed something different this year. There has been a group of teachers that run after school together: the Staff Striders.
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

During the weekend of November 17, a group of twenty five students visited Washington D.C. to participate in Princeton Model Congress. PMC is run by Princeton students and attempts to model both the Executive Branch, through a presidential election and a presidential cabinet, and the legislative branch, through a model Senate and House of Representatives. Each congressperson was tasked with writing a bill that applied to their committee and presenting it before the committee.

Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Guten Tag! On Friday, October 7th, nine German exchange students arrived in Chatham, ready to spend two weeks participating in a wide variety of activities showcasing American culture. The students, three boys and six girls, stayed with host families of CHS German students.
Friday, February 19th, 2016
The language clubs often take multiple field trips throughout the year. Earlier in the year, the French Club went on a trip to Cafe Monet to experience a traditional French lunch. Recently, they went into New York to see the musical, An American in Paris on Broadway. Before the show, students were able to go shopping in Columbus Square and stop to have lunch. After the amazing show, the students were able to meet Brandon Uranowitz. He plays Adam Hochberg, who is friends with the main character, Jerry Mulligan. Everyone took the train in and out of the city, which added to the fun and experience of the trip.
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Starting on the week of February 8th, Chatham High School’s Chinese Club celebrated the 2016 Chinese New Year: The Year of the Monkey. The club members, all of the students in Chinese classes, and other students and staff were given the opportunity to participate in multiple cultural activities throughout the week to better inform them about the importance and overall significance of the Chinese New Year.

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016
Every year, members of the CHS ski club gear up on select Fridays to hit the slopes of Mountain Creek Ski Resort.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

This school year many CHS students have reached out to start their own clubs for activities that interest them and peers of all ages around the school. Any student can start a club, but it comes down to a few factors to get approved: What the club is and how it benefits students in the school, what the plan and overall goal is of the club and whether or not you have a faculty advisor of the club. Recently added to CHS’s long list of clubs is Guitar Club.

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

I was waiting at cougar field on a cold Sunday morning not sure of what to expect. I had never been in any organization or club like Sports Buddies before. Chatham Sports Buddies is a club at our School where we help autistic kids play sports and train to eventually participate in a run at the end of the school year. I also had never dealt with an autistic child before… Could I really help or even make a difference?
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Looking to support the fight against a disease that affects more than five million people in the United States? Chatham High School’s newest club is the ADA (Awareness of Dementia and Alzheimer’s), spearheaded by Chatham math teacher Mrs. Winters and juniors Jacqueline Hickey and Emily Conlin.
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
Are you interested in learning how to program? Do you ever wonder how computer programs operate? If so, check out Introduction to Computer Science 1, an elective course offered at Chatham High School. The course "emphasizes the concept of object-oriented programming using the Java language," according to the Program of Studies.
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Not only was this trip set up for a fun time, but it was also intended to inform the members of the actual legitimacy of the game. The Lily Yip center is only one of twenty-four table tennis center in the world. It is run by Lily Yip herself, a two time U.S. Olympic Member and now the U.S. Jr. Girls National coach and her husband Barry Dattel, a U.S. men's national champion and now the U.S. Jr. Boys National coach.

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
To prepare for this experience, the the Model Congress club met every single week between September and November.  Once selected into the club, students picked a specific committee that they were interested in and drafted a related bill.  They then spent hardworking hours critiquing and editing all of the bills, their own and others, all in the hopes that they pass in committee once they arrive in Washington, D.C. Some of the bill topics consisted of eliminating the penny, raising the minimum wage, changing U.S. relations with China, Cuba, and Palestine, investing in Bio Fuel research, and many more domestic and foreign problems.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019


1st: Grace Petersen


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