At the end of May, the student body at Saint Christopher School gathered to watch their peers show off a little bit at the annual talent show. The show is a Saint Christopher tradition going back to 1975, making this over forty years of talented kids proudly doing their thing at the school.
This year had a wide range of talent; there were the usual incredible piano pieces and guitar solos, lovely singing duets and dancers, both lyrical and Irish. Funny skits were performed and a comedic duo entertained the audience between acts. This year also included a full rock band comprised of eighth graders, a hoverboard ballet, and even a synchronized swimming act that you had to see to believe. Seventh–grade teacher, Andrew Armann, emceed the event and was supported by Science teacher, Nick Guttadauro. The two teachers spent countless hours auditioning and rehearsing almost two hours’ worth of acts leaving no doubt that Saint Christopher students have talent to spare.