South Lakes High School is buzzing as it prepares for the Seahawk Student Showcase event, set for Friday at 7 p.m. at the school.
Representatives of the SLHS Student Government Association say the student body is excited for the show.
“I went to the showcase last year and was blown away by all of the amazing acts,” said student Isabel Edgerton. “I’m excited to see all the talent that South Lakes has to offer.”
Performances including singing, dancing, guitar-playing, acting and more are lined up to be part of the show. A panel of judges including Fairfax County Public Schools board member Ryan McElveen will rate the acts and award prizes for the top performances.
The show is open to the public, with tickets at the door costing $5. Advance tickets are currently being sold to students for $3.
For more information, visit South Lakes High School online.
Image courtesy South Lakes High School SGA
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