Holiday concert


Cahs choir members perform their Holiday Concert on December 9.

It’s that time of the year.

Fall has once again faded away into winter, leaving behind its hot, muggy weather in exchange for cooler climates. Holiday spirits are high. Gingerbread cookies have been baked and burnt; Starbucks’ Peppermint mochas sipped. Candy canes, nutcrackers and christmas trees invaded our homes — all of which have been set in their places, arranged skillfully together to create an almost magical feeling.

With the holidays rapidly approaching, the CAHS Choir found yet another way to lift our spirits on December 9th with their annual holiday concert. Their voices filled Caiman Hall and the ears of the audience as they sang classics like “Noel,” “Carol of the Bells” and “Little Drummer Boy.”

Choir members were excited to perform. They realized they would be spreading holiday cheer throughout the student body and took pride in doing so. “Having [christmas] music brings peoples’ spirits up,” said sophomore Elizabeth Peek.

“Christmas is just a happy time of the year,” said senior Grace Taylor, “and everyone deserves to be happy.”