CCCS Talent Show

On October 1st, 2010, Covenant Classical Christian School had their talent show. This talent show displayed the gifts that God has bestowed upon these students. From youngest to oldest the students of Covenant showed us their best talents.

Some of these acts included music, such as singing and instruments, while others included dancing, monologues, poems, and even songs composed by the students themselves. It is a great privilege to be able to showcase the talents that God has given the students here at Covenant.

Here’s a list of many of the events that took place:

Kristin Mosley – Piano

Ronnie Charpie – “You A’int Nothin’ But A Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley

Iverson Kids – Piano

Caleb Potter – Singing and guitar

Niko Legaspi and Rio – Dancing

Meagan Suggs and Kristin Tanner – Singing

Merriel Legaspi – Piano performance

Isabelle Iverson – Singing “My Favorite Things”

Rebekah Bowen and Elijah Mboho – Singing and guitar

Sarah Arndt – Monologue

Anna Wilson – Interpretive dancing

Nickie Bian-Lingle and Erin Gutshall – Singing “Defying Gravity” duet

Peter Dye – “Pirate King”

Hannah Veilia – “One Step At A Time” by Jordin Sparks

Morgan Decosta and David Golden – “God Bless The Broken Road”

We also had a special performance at the end of the talent show by the high school chorus who sang “Goodnight Sweetheart”. Overall, it was a great experience that lasted several hours at Bradley Elementary School. The kids showed a lot of spectacular talent at the show, and we cannot wait until the next one to see what the Covenant students have in store for us next year.

Post Written and Edited by: Reggie Steele and Cooper Williamson

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