The theater class performed a one act play, “Cheaters”, this past weekend under the direction of Erica Davidson. The dramatic acting chops displayed by our students was impressive!
Bravo Erica Davidson and students!
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Welcome back to school! Hope everyone had a great break!
To get you back in to the groove, there are a couple of shows and receptions to get those creative juices flowing.
Tuesday January 14th 5-7 Bank of Jackson, Oil Well
Student Art Exhibit Opening featuring works by students from USJ, JC, Trinity and Sacred Heart – Open to the public
Students featured from USJ Upper School:
Students from Middle School
Anaki Mahajan, Michelle Nnaji, Caroline Yakin, Jared Koerner, Eli Garey, Maddie Bigford, Sarah Frix and Megan Gorbet
Sunday January 26th 2-4 West Tennessee Regional Art Center, 1200 Main St, Humboldt, TN 38343
West Tennessee Regional Juried Student Art Exhibit Awards Ceremony and reception– Open to the public
Students featured from USJ:
See you there!
Finally!! After a weather delay we were able to have our annual School Wide Halftime Show.
Some got extra practice in.
The Upper School worked their pipes.
The Lower School got to dancing.
And lots of cheering of Bruins went on.
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Thanks to Cal Bigford and Isabella Edwards for helping cover the event.
The little village of Jackson was treated to some talent this past weekend. The Upper School, along with some Middle and Lower School students, performed Beauty and the Beast. If you aren’t familiar with the story it goes something like this:
There is a smart girl.
Who lives in a town where everyone thinks she’s weird and talks behind her back.
The only person who seems to like her is a hunky brute (Brute #1) who thinks he’s all that.
He can’t really help it because he is surrounded by enablers.
Fast forward, Smart Girl ends up being held captive by another brute (Brute #2 but with a heart of gold) in an enchanted castle.
Who yells at her and makes her cry.
Turns out he has been cursed to look like a member of an 80’s hair band until some poor girl comes along who doesn’t mind a “project”.
Since everyone else in the castle is so nice despite their circumstances,
Singing and dancing
And offering her a decent meal.
She decided to give Brute #2 a second chance.
But Brute #1 decided to assert his bruteness and deal a near fatal blow to Brute #2.
Making Smart Girl realize she likes a “project” and the curse was broken. Turns out Brute #2 cleans up well.
Everyone lived happily ever after. The End!
Congratulations on another stellar job! To see all the pictures from the play, purchase downloads and prints, visit our photo site.