• Profiles
  • Peyton, A Profile

    By: Clayton Lewis This past Friday, I had the privilege of interviewing Covenant Senior Peyton Broce. For those of you that don’t know, this is Peyton’s first year here at Covenant, having transferred from a school all the way in Toledo, Ohio. Intrigued by this, I asked Peyton about her school experiences from back in […]

  • Profiles
  • Mr. Tripple: Straight Trippin’

    By: Mitch Renbarger I introduce to you the infamous Mr. Tripple. Mr. Tripple has been at Covenant for 3 years now, and he has quickly become one of the favorites among students at Covenant. He teaches Geography, World History, AP World History, Middle Ages, and World Religions. If you’re coming into the school as a […]

  • CCHS
  • The Wildmen

    By: Nathan Hood As most of the Covenant community knows, Mr. Tyler Wildman and Mrs. Shannon Wildman were married this past Summer. The anticipation of the wedding was infectious, and the excitement was palpable. Many of the students and faculty knew that the two young, language teachers were an item during the 2015-2016. However, after […]

  • Art
  • Tall, Blonde, and Artsy

    Covenant is full of talented people. These people range from theater kids to athletes. Emma Everly is one of those talented students. Everly is a sophomore who most people would know for her artistic expression. Only being a second-year student at this fascinating school, she has dabbled in the art room perhaps more than most. […]

  • Art
  • Have You Heard of NaNoWriMo? (pt.2)

    A determined Jill Owen sits in her home, steaming mug of hot chocolate thawing her cold hands as she hunches over a laptop. The document pulled up on the screen contains the words of a 10-year novelist, deep in the throes of NaNoWriMo (that is, National Novel Writing Month.) The challenge? To write a 50,000 […]

  • CCHS
  • Sweet T

    Trey Stanley. You may know him from his endless tweets containing song lyrics, or his hipster presence in our school. He spends the majority of his time listening to music, “slappin” the bass guitar, and playing video games. Stanley does not describe himself as a motivated person. If you ask him, “How was school today?” […]

  • CCHS
  • Hananiah and the Hindenburg

    Hananiah Davis is a man of few words. There are times when being around him is like being inside a library. Although Davis may not be the most outspoken individual of all time, he can often be heard uttering phrases such as “yeah,” and “uh-huh,” which really reveal all the emotions he experiences on a […]

  • CCHS
  • Asian Zing

    She is definitely the biggest smile and often the first person to greet you as you make your way down the hallway. When everything seems out of place and as if nothing more could go wrong, she passes by and acknowledges you by name. There’s something different about her. Maybe it’s her accent. Maybe it’s […]

  • Art
  • Home sweet library

    Libraries everywhere are a home to many. Believe it or not, the media center at Covenant is a “home” to Mrs. Laura Burks, the media specialist. Before coming to work at Covenant, Burks was no stranger to libraries. “When I was a kid there was a library just a few blocks from where I lived, […]

  • Academics
  • Meet the teachers — Part 1

    There’s no other experience that compares with meeting new people. Here at The Veritas, we understand both the awkwardness of first encounters and the sheer embarrassment of lacking topics to discuss. Whether you fit on the spectrum of these opinions, or you just have a nosy desire to know everything about the school. You don’t […]