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

Tulin submitted this picture, featuring WCHS junior Siju Onadipe, to the contest and it is one of his most well-known pieces.

Student art spotlight: Sebastian Tulin

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager June 8, 2023

WCHS junior Sebastian Tulin has been making waves in the art community with his exceptional and talented photography skills, garnering recognition and earning multiple prestigious awards. Most recently,...

The stage is set! The WCHS Got Talent stage, judges and teaser have been released to the public!

New talent show staring WCHS students to air next year

By Nate Levine, Future Sport "Expert" on Twitter May 16, 2023

After judges made  the easiest decision in world news history, WCHS has officially been named the most talented school on the globe. Based on the famous show America’s Got Talent, NBC has introduced...

Chopt and Boulangerie Christophe are two new stores in the Cabin John shopping center, but the shopping center is still not all that is needed.

Cabin John Shopping Center has improved, but is not everything students want it to be

By Nate Levine, Promotions Manager March 21, 2023

The frustrating reality is that Cabin John Village simply isn’t good enough for most WCHS students. Something needs to be done. For many students at WCHS, Cabin John Village is the go-to destination...

Santa and a stuffed bear look over the world in a jungle of beautiful leaves.

Proving the haters wrong: Santa is real

By Nate Levine, Promotions Manager December 9, 2022

Parents convince their children that Santa is the one who puts presents under the tree, and they are telling the truth, not the elaborate story many assume parents make. Some argue that Santa is fake...

Tutors give students an abundance of practice test to do at home to strengthen their test taking skills.

SAT/ACT tutors are a worthwhile investment in a student’s future

By Nate Levine, Promotions Manager November 15, 2022

It is common knowledge that SAT/ACT scores play a large role in college admissions. While the SAT/ACT are largely regarded as poor tests of intelligence, many colleges look at the scores as one of the...

The WCHS parking lot on the morning of Dec. 6. While getting to see the colors of the sunrise over Gainsborough Road are a treat, students should not have to see them because schools should start later.

Getting Z’s could lead to more A’s

By Nate Levine, Photo Manager January 2, 2022

An hour’s difference in the morning could haunt kids’ sleep cycles for life. If an issue of this magnitude has been caused by the school system, the conversation of schools opening later needs to be...

Students complete the SAT in four sections that include reading, writing, language and math. The majority of questions are answered in multiple choice form.

Bubble in A: Why to abolish the SAT

By Nate Levine, Photo Manager December 1, 2021

The 154 question test is expected for college admissions. Do well, get into the college that is desired. But do poorly, and the opposite might happen. This is the SAT. Some will say that the SAT is...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

All The Observer Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search