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Vocalist Selected to All State Chorus

Whitinsville Christian High School is pleased to announce Sarah Jarosz, vocalist, has been selected to participate in the 2015 Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s 60th All-State Music Festival, which will be held March 19-21 in Boston.  Sarah, a junior, is the daughter of Ms. Lynn Jarosz of Douglas.

         The Massachusetts Music Educators Association sponsors the music festival, and participation gives students an opportunity to demonstrate their artistry and create new friendships. Sarah was required to audition in late-January to qualify for her spot. She was judged based on technical abilities and musicality in singing a prepared piece of music and selected scales, as well as in sight-reading.

Sarah Jarosz

WCHS Student-Athletes Selected to All-Academic Teams



The Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association recently announced selections for its All-Academic Cross Country teams for the fall 2014 season, and among the selections were four student-athletes from Whitinsville Christian High School. Selected for the All State All-Academic Boys’ Division II team were senior Jamison Koeman and junior CJ Paine. Chosen for the Central Massachusetts Division II squads, in addition to Koeman and Paine, were senior Jonathan (Jack) Randall and junior Angela Epplett. Selections were based on recommendations from the athletes’ coaches, as well as the student-athlete having a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher and competing in the District and/or All State cross country meets.
Angela EpplettJamison Koeman
CJ PaineJonathan Randall



WCS Inducts New NHS Members

On December 10, thirteen members of the Class of 2015 and 2016 were inducted into the John T. Bajema Chapter of the National Honor Society at Whitinsville Christian School. Musical selections on piano were provided by two inductees, Sarah Jarosz and Elena Wang.  Mr. Bill Herrmann, Faculty Mentor for NHS for the past 25 years, was the master of ceremonies.  Mr. Bryan Wiegers, father of a current NHS member, was the keynote speaker.  Mr. Wiegers challenged new and old inductees to "Abide in Christ," based on John 15:4.  He shared an acronym – LEADS – and challenged each member of the audience to be a leader that LEADS – Listen, Encourage, Abide in Christ, Develop solutions to problems, and practice Servanthood by being a servant leader like Christ.  NHS also presented three gifts: $2000 for in house scholarships for students of families that need tuition assistance, $2500 for updates to the WCS wireless Internet network system, and $531 to purchase 13 animals for needy people through World Vision.

The inductees were:  Angela Bobe, Andrew Baker, Katelyn Baker, Abby Cook, Carl Du, Michael Dunlap, Angie Epplett, Mike Gao, Spencer Gorman, Molly Hardiman, Sarah Jarosz, Elena Wang, and Jerri Zhou.


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