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Pride & Prejudice Takes the Stage

Pride & Prejudice Takes the Stage

November 21, 2017

After months of rehearsing, the cast of Pride and Prejudice performed for family, friends and the com...

Guitar Students Chosen for All-Virginia Ensemble

Guitar Students Chosen for All-Virginia Ensemble

November 17, 2017

Seven students from Potomac Falls were selected to be a part of the All- Virginia Guitar Ensemble. To...

Marching Band Earns Superior Rating at State Assessment

Marching Band Earns Superior Rating at State Assessment

November 17, 2017

After a season full of ups and downs, the marching band finishes strong at the Virginia State Assessment Each year at ...

Choir Prepares for Three Upcoming Performances

Choir Prepares for Three Upcoming Performances

October 17, 2017

Since the beginning of the year, choir has been rehearsing for their fall and winter shows On Thursday...

Billboard Breakdown: Teachers and Students React to the Summer’s Top Songs

Billboard Breakdown: Teachers and Students React to the Summer’s Top Songs

October 3, 2017

Even though these songs topped the summer charts, excessive radio play proved that they may not have had...

From “Christmas Carol” to “Pride & Prejudice,” Panther Productions prepares for Fall Play

From “Christmas Carol” to “Pride & Prejudice,” Panther Productions prepares for Fall Play

September 27, 2017

Due to a shortage of male actors, the fall play changed to accommodate the cast It was beginning to look ...

Review: “Divide” by Ed Sheeran

Review: “Divide” by Ed Sheeran

April 6, 2017

  After taking over a year off, Ed Sheeran returned to the music arena with ➗. This new album has b...

A Will to Survive

Claire Gallihugh, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

Filed under Culture, Music & Arts

Due to the high levels of stress today’s high school students endure, and increased numbers of teens struggling with their mental health, suicide prevention education and services have become a growing priority.  Therapeutic organization “A Place to be” offers music therapy services, and is currently putting on a sho...

The Student-Directed One-Act Festival

Dana Altarace, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Filed under Culture, Music & Arts

  A hush descends over the crowd as the spotlights flicker on, focused on the center stage. The red curtains swish open to reveal what the drama students have been perfecting for months- the Student Directed plays.   This scenario is what’s planned for the One Act performances that will be shown tonight and tomorrow...

Review of “4 Your Eyez Only” by J.Cole

Review of “4 Your Eyez Only” by J.Cole

December 15, 2016

The first two weeks of Dec. have been filled with album releases from some of the top artists in the...

Take a Seat For SOFA

Kyra Breslow, Managing Editor

December 14, 2016

Filed under Culture, Music & Arts, Student Life

  Improv can be extremely difficult, but these students have found a way to perfect the art and have formed a group called Silly Outrageous Funny Actors (SOFA). Sponsored by drama teacher Elizabeth Deker, the troupe will be performing Fri., Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. “It is very much student driven, although I am their sponsor an...

Coffee and Chill

Trinity Green, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

Filed under Culture, Music & Arts

 Coffee House, Potomac Falls’ version of an open-mic night, began nine years ago.   This event gives students the opportunity to perform and express themselves. This year’s first Coffee House will take place on Friday, Oct. 21. at 5 p.m. in the cafeteria.  “Coffee House was started when the guitar president at th...

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