When Dr. Joan Benz first walked into Winston Churchill High School, it was the fall of 1997. Twenty-one years later, she has decided to start a new chapter in her life and is retiring at the end of this school year. “Being Churchill’s Principal for the past twenty-one years has been the highlight of my career. ...

Over 600 attendees watched as the Harlem Wizards played, entertained, and playfully teased the Churchill All-Stars on March 11, 2018. The team of six Wizards: Lamarvon “Showtime” Jackson, KING ARTHUR Lewis Jr., Rob “SMOOTH” Young, T.J. “TOMAHAWK” Stukes, Jordan “HANG-TIME” Hoose, and Jimmy “LIVE ACTION” Bosque enthralled the spectators with their hijinks, hilarity, and hoops! Because of the...

Well for Bart, and others who may not know, a Promethean Board is an interactive whiteboard that allows you to project an image from a laptop or computer. You can also interact with the board through touch or specialized pens. Anything that can be done on a computer monitor can be replicated on this interactive...

The WCHS Educational Foundation is once again hosting the world famous Harlem Wizards Basketball team. This exciting and fun-filled event is the Foundation's largest of the year, attracting families from all the Churchill Cluster, bringing us together in community and support for Public Education. The Wizards are a show basketball entity delivering wildly successful fundraiser events...

Ginny Brown, the Molecular Genetics teacher at Churchill, comes in for prep every day and gives her friend Kevin a pat and a hug. But Kevin is not another person; Kevin is the name she has given the autoclave, which the WCHS Educational Foundation funded for the benefit of the high school. Why the name Kevin?...

Aman Shergill will be taking over the role of Chairperson for the 2017–18 school year. Aman brings with her a wealth of experience in the nonprofit sector, boundless energy and devotion to social causes with a key focus on children. She believes in selfless service to her local community, which she refers to as 'home'...

—Laura Siegel departing Foundation Board Laura Siegel “retired” from the Board of Directors of the Winston Churchill High School Educational Foundation on June 30, 2017. She was the Foundation’s chairperson for the past 5 years and served on the board of the WCHS Ed Foundation from 2010-2017. Laura, a native New Yorker, has been a Montgomery County...