Violence in U.S. Schools: What’s the Solution?

by Grace Greene On April 9th, 2014, a sixteen-year-old student injured twenty-two people when he used two kitchen knives to go on a rampage through his school. On April 25th, a sixteen-year-old girl was stabbed by her classmate when she refused … Read More

Varsity Girls Tennis is Making History

By Meghan Chayka James A. Baldwin once said, “People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them.” For a little more than a decade, the Cheshire Academy varsity girls tennis team has not had a winning season. To … Read More

Technology Take Over

By: Tara Lynch Next year, iPads are coming to Cheshire Academy. Cheshire Academy is launching a new iPad initiative, encouraging students to use technology for books and notes. Students and faculty alike are looking forward to this new project, which … Read More

Playoff Bound

By: Anni Garvy        Going into the 2014 varsity girls softball season, high expectations were set for the girls and the coaches. They had a title to defend in the highly anticipated season. During the middle of the … Read More

Varsity Girls Lacrosse Stuns Spectators

By Connie Benedict This year Girls Lacrosse is having an amazing season. So far, with a record of 6-5 , we have a winning season: an impressive feat for a young team. Our top scorers are Miura Wiley ’17, Abby … Read More

Running To Victory

By: Tom Zhai    Track & Field is a highly competitive sport offered in the spring at Cheshire Academy. Runners not only share their experience regarding running, but also learn to deal with a substantial number of difficulties. Doing well … Read More

America’s Favorite Pastime

By: Lauren Freedman As the metal bat connects with the baseball, the sound reverberates throughout the open field. Baseball is one of America’s favorite pastimes, a game beloved by almost everyone. Here at Cheshire Academy, Varsity Baseball is yet another … Read More