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

This is a sine abt grammer in the skool and it needz too bee gud and stuf.

grammer rlly needs 2 be fixed @ skool

By Nate Levine, Record Observer Award Winner April 11, 2024

We rilly need to fix the grammer in this skool cuz students are to used to there fones. Students are always yousing auto currect too fix they’re work and that is not good becuz it is harmfull to the...

Mr. Stephen Wilson serves math with a smile every day he can and does his best to brighten students days.

Teacher of the month: Stephen Wilson

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager March 1, 2024

The undisputed fastest grader in WCHS history. A highly caring teacher his students come to know well and love. A stickler for attendance because he knows that being present in the classroom is what allows...

Graduating highschool is an exciting and stressful time. The college admissions process, especially rolling admissions, can make it that much more stressful.

Rolling admissions, more harmful than helpful to WCHS students

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager January 9, 2024

Most people view rolling admissions in a positive light, but should they? Rolling admissions can subject students to prolonged periods of stress and pressure. According to US News & World Report,...

An anonymous students binder, who chooses to color code his subjects to help his memory of course material.

The correct answer to the color coding debate

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager December 18, 2023

The color of subjects is a common topic in school and on social media. There are many different opinions, but only one correct answer. Math is blue, English is yellow, science is green and social studies...

This seemingly harmless speaker plays music that is universally disliked among the WCHS community.

Observer Opinion: revamp the hallway music

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager November 17, 2023

Have you ever found yourself wanting to listen to the same song four times a day, five days a week? Maybe if it’s your favorite song, right? Well, at WCHS, you can listen to a song you don’t want to...

On October 4th, this alarm was shown to anyone with a cellphone that was not turned off at around 2:00 EST. It has stirred a lot of controversy towards the governments antics.

The importance of national security tests

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager October 23, 2023

During the school day, WCHS classes were interrupted by one of the most controversial alerts in recent history. On October 4th, 2023, a national security alert test went off at approximately 2:20 Eastern...

The College and Career Information Center is a great place for students who need help with the college application process.

College counselors are not worth it

By Nate Levine, Social Media Manager October 18, 2023

Picture this: an average student gets their essay written for them, and it is so good that the student gets into colleges that they never would have gotten into by themselves. Realistically, all a student...

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...

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