Hailey Doyle

Stories from Hailey Doyle

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019


CHS is no exception when it comes to having amazingly kind, helpful, and smart students. With dozens of sports and clubs as well as countless class options available to the students, there is no cap for potential in each student’s future.

Twin sisters Kaitlyn and Michaela Ford are perfect examples of unlimited potential. They are both committed to Villanova, and they were on the varsity basketball team this year. How did they do it? Do they have any advice for upcoming high school seniors? How was the season this year? I sat down with them to find out.

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019


ChaTheatre is at it again! This year's annual spring musical is none other than the famed The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a favorite throughout all generations because of its most famous adaptation, the Disney movie. Set in 1482, The Hunchback of Notre Dame focuses on a deformed man named Quasimodo who lives in a bell tower in Notre Dame, Paris.
Thursday, December 20th, 2018


Challenge Day is an organization that finds its way back to Chatham High School year after year and changes the way that students and teachers look at one another, makes emotional connections between students who have never even seen each other in the hallways, and establishes new friendships in the classroom.

What makes Challenge Day so popular at CHS? Why does it get invited back every year? I had the incredible chance to attend Challenge Day this year myself, and here’s what I experienced:

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018


Chatham High School is one of the luckiest schools when it comes to having a popular and extensive theater program. Producing an annual play and musical, the theater department is constantly working tirelessly to ensure that their performances fully show how hard they worked to get to that point. The 2018 play, Radium Girls, follows the long and true story of many young women working for the U.S. Radium Corporation as dial painters during WWI, and their fight against the company due to the harmful radium they unknowingly ingested.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2018


Having been introduced to American Sign Language at a very young age, I’ve always been quite fascinated with how people learn the language and sign it correctly. I have taken Chinese for six years, and I know that if you say a word with a certain tone, it can have a different meaning than the exact same word said with a different tone. Wondering if the same approach applies to ASL, I was so excited to have the opportunity to sit in on an ASL class and interview some of the students.