The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

Amelia DeHarts illustrations on display at booth #108. Her paintings, following a theme of wildflowers and water, are airy and whimsical.

Fine Arts Festival brings color and creativity to Bethesda

By Anne Ma, Assistant Online Editor May 30, 2024

Spring is out and about in Bethesda, and rounding the corner onto Auburn Avenue are stalls pitched side-by-side, each displaying unique artworks and styles. The Bethesda Fine Arts Festival presented an...

Politicians such as Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (second to right) and Taiwans Ambassador Bi-Khim Hsiao (second to left) were present alongside event organizers to kickoff the 2022 Rockville Bubble Tea Festival on Sep. 24 at the Rockville Town Square. The festival also recognized the amicable sister city relationship between Rockville and Yilan City, Taiwan, which was formed in 2019.

Happiness bubbles from attendees of festival

By Jeremy Chung, News Editor October 20, 2022

Bubble tea, otherwise known as boba, is a hot commodity loved by many at WCHS and has grown in popularity in Montgomery County. In fact, if you search “boba stores near me” on Google, at least 20 boba...

Festival goers expecting to have the time of their lives, were instead met with a scene of disaster.

Fyre Festival proves duality of internet

April 4, 2019

It all started with a video shoot—Big name supermodels, including Bella Hadid and other models represented by her agency, ran around on a beach formerly owned by an associate of Pablo Escobar to promote...

Renaissance-themed costumes are one of the many items sold at the festival.

WCHS students travel back in time at MD Renaissance Festival

By Nora Holland, Opinions Editor October 31, 2018

With the weather finally signaling the start of fall, many students are looking for ways to go out and enjoy the autumn air. While pumpkin patches are a must, many students have been travelling a little...

Policemen on horses lead the Parade, holding the colors of Maryland and the U.S.

Potomac Day delivers yet again

By Riley Hurr, Circulation Manager October 30, 2017

There’s one day out out of the entire year where the streets of Potomac are closed off and the whole community comes together to celebrate: Potomac Day.   The 35th annual Potomac Day was...

CHS Band receives high honors at annual festival

CHS Band receives high honors at annual festival

By Katie Gauch, Senior Writer May 6, 2015

The CHS middle band received straight ones, the highest ranking possible, during its annual festival April 28. “Overall, our performance really displayed our hard work and dedication throughout these...

Memorial Day Festival Is a Must-Go

Memorial Day Festival Is a Must-Go

By Julia McDermott, Sports Editor May 23, 2014

  Artists are displaying their work in tents, restaurants are giving out free samples of food, live music is playing and Rockville is a buzz with activity. This year, the annual Hometown Holidays...

Maryland Renaissance Festival returns this fall

Maryland Renaissance Festival returns this fall

By Catherine Goohs, Archive Manager October 1, 2012

Autumn not only brings colorful foliage, but also jousting, fortune telling, face painting and merriment, for the Maryland Renaissance Festival is back in town. This year marks the 36th anniversary of...

Art festival showcases students’ talents

By Luke Frentsos Photo Editor May 13, 2011

Each year, CHS invites performers and artists of various genres to showcase their best work in the Festival of the Arts, this year held April 11 - 14. According to art department resource teacher Paul...

MCPS student film fest

By Dana Youngentob Public Relations March 2, 2011

The Movies at Montgomery Mall will host the MCPS Student Film Festival March 31, coordinated by senior Laura Butvinik and junior Nina Katz. The festival will show videos that high school students submitted...

Student Awards

By By Jenna Cantor Observations Editor May 28, 2010

Congratulations to senior Josh Simon for submitting the ten-minute play he wrote, Skin Tight, to Centerstage’s 2010 Young Playwrights Festival and being awarded Honorable Mention. Josh wrote the play...

Student Awards

By By Luke Frentsos Sports Photo Editor May 28, 2010

Congratulations to junior Laura Butvinik for winning an award for Best Documentary at the Toronto Student Film Festival. Butvinik placed first out of 26 finalists, and her film was screened in Toronto...

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