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Sophomores win Churchill’s Got Talent

By Fatima Yazdi, Social Media Editor

January 9, 2018


Filed under Arts

The crowd roars in applause as the performer walk up onto the stage. A single spotlight is placed center stage, he holds the mike up to his face and begins to sing. From comedic acts to bhangra dancing, CHS has got it all. This year’s Churchill’s Got Talent has been one unlike any other, featuring...

Student Art Spotlight: Precious Melchizedek and Calissa Park

Student Art Spotlight: Precious Melchizedek and Calissa Park

By Sai Sreenivasan, Observations Editor

February 21, 2017


Filed under Arts, Music

This year’s CHS Talent winners are the dynamic duo, juniors Calissa Park and Precious Melchizedek. They performed a mash-up of “Hotline Bling” by Drake, “Needed Me” by Rihanna and “Too Good” by Drake and Rihanna. Both sang and Park played the guitar. Park first became interested in music...

Sophmore wins Churchill’s Got Talent

Sophmore wins Churchill’s Got Talent

By Nicole Malament, Archive Manager

November 23, 2011


Filed under Observations

Sophomore Adam Settlage won Churchill’s Got Talent Oct. 27 for singing “Keep Your Head Up.” “I was extremely surprised,” Settlage said. “When my name was called I couldn’t believe it. To win something like Churchill’s Got Talent is one of the biggest honors I have ever experienced.” Settlage...

Students look to local coaches for singing lessons

By Emily Birnbaum, Contest Manager

April 15, 2011


Filed under Features

With their ears still ringing with the sound of post-Blast buzz, students may ask themselves the question: “Do I want to try out for Blast next year?” If the answer to this question is yes, then the question after that is even more difficult to answer: “How do I prepare?” Some students turn...

Sophomore wins ‘Talent’

By Amna Farooqi News Editor

December 22, 2010


Filed under Observations

Congratulations to sophomore Natalia Derechin for singing “Glitter in the Air” and winning Churchill’s Got Talent Dec. 3.

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