The Observer

Sophomore races towards professional career

Photo courtesy of Kaylen Frederick

By Rebecca Jackson, News Editor

February 13, 2018

Sophomore Kaylen Frederick isn’t old enough to drive a car, but he can drive 160 miles per hour in a race car - and win.   Nick-named K-Rex by his father, Frederick started kart racing at age seven with his sister Kyra. He has been working towards a professional race car career since age 1...

Nathan Gertler Commits to NYU

Senior Nathan Gertler is proud to be playing basketball at NYU and attending the Stern School of Business.

By Rebecca Jackson, Circulation Manager

December 22, 2015

Congratulations to Nathan Gertler who committed Dec 15. to New York University for basketball. Gertler was the only freshman to receive a varsity letter in basketball under Coach Miller’s leadership. He is the only four-year varsity player on CHS and the only player to receive offers at the college...

School Publications Deserve an Arts Credit

School Publications Deserve an Arts Credit

By Emiliana Cardinale and Rebecca Jackson

September 29, 2015

Every day in Newspaper, Yearbook and Literary Magazine, students use their creativity to produce forms of art--writing, photography and design. However, they aren’t rewarded with an arts credit. By eliminating the arts credit for these classes, MCPS not only invalidates the work these students...

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