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Choristers Sing the Sweet Sounds of Spring

Alexa L., Staff Writer

April 18, 2019

From pop songs to hymns, to songs in foreign languages, the Westminster Middle School Chorus does it all. This year, the chorus has sung songs such as: Sanctus, This is Me, White Winter Hymnal, and Running Home to You in v...

Painter Scott McIntyre Left his Mark on Clarkson Hall

Margaret R., Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

There are many features in Clarkson Hall, including a chapel with a stained glass window, the Innovation Lab, and a kiln for firing ceramics. One of the most prominent is the mural in the arts and sciences commons. A muralist...

Singin’ in the Rain Jr. Shines in Kellett

Alexa L.

February 6, 2019

Wet weather took over the campus, but this time it wasn't a snow day. On Friday, the cast of Singin’ in the Rain Jr. wore their t-shirts in order to promote their show, which opened that afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in Kellett Theater...

The Little Mermaid Jr. Sneak Peak

Cate S., Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

Ready or not, the Middle School DramaCats will be taking the stage on February 2 and 3. They will be performing The Little Mermaid Jr. The actors have been practicing, singing, and dancing everyday for almost two months since their audition...

Westminster’s Orchestras

Teja G., Staff Writer

March 17, 2017

Westminster has no shortage of musical talent. From the small violin to the huge double bass, each instrument can come together to make a beautiful sound. This is exactly what happened in the All School Orchestra Concert. Every...

Art: A Middle School Favorite

Trip M., Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

  Photo By Trip M. (Material Investigation Project) Art is a class offered at Westminster from Pre-First all the way through senior year. It is the most popular elective here in the middle school. The art projects vary throughout the year, and the favorites also...

Behind the Scenes of Behind the Scenes

Brantley S., Staff Writer

January 30, 2017

Photos by Brantley S. Many students consider trying out for the middle school plays and musicals, but most shy away due to fear of rejection. Most middle schoolers don’t know how the casting, rehearsal, and productio...

High School Musical Jr. Behind the Scenes

Sai T., Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

  Every school year, the DramaCats in the middle school will host two to three plays, and this semester the students will unveil a special production of High School Musical Jr. on February 3 and 4. The DramaCats have been working on the productio...

All-State: Band vs. Orchestra

Anand S., Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

Photo Courtesy of Paige Barber Every year the best of the best musicians in Georgia attend two auditions in order to participate in All-State band or orchestra. The top middle school students are then selected to perform in ...

Band and Orchestra Balance Fun and Responsibility

Connor L., Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

Photo Courtesy of Paige Barber The eighth-grade Orchestra members are ecstatic about the upcoming trip to Disney and what it will have in store for them, but will it affect their academics, student life, or athletics? After ...

Behind the Scenes of Westminster Theatre

Max N

December 5, 2016

To those outside of the Westminster theatre world, it can seem strange or random how plays and musicals are chosen. Everyone knows that there's one play and one musical, but the details can seem blurry. How do Susan McMillan,...

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