As the school year comes to an end, students in Jennings County High School’s A Touch of Class choir performed their final showcase of the year. JCHS choir director Lindsey Frey said that the year’s final showcase was unique because it is themed around the school’s history.
The audience was treated to a musical journey that spanned the decades since JCHS was established, focusing on important milestones in the history not only of the school but the city as a whole. With songs spanning from 1986 through today, the showcase included many iconic songs from memorable decades.
Performances of “JCHS, A History!” took place Friday and Saturday evenings at the school.
One of the highlights of the performances were the senior solos, where graduating students got a chance to perform a solo piece in front of their peers and teachers. These solos allowed the students to showcase their talent and individuality while demonstrating the skills they have acquired through years of practice.
When asked before the concerts what the final shows would mean to her, Senior Kaitlyn Davies explained that it signified the end of her high school music career and the beginning of a new phase in her life. Kaitlyn plans on attending the University of the Cumberlands to further her passion by minoring in music education.
Chloe White is a student at Jennings County High School. Send comments to [email protected]