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Grayson Frient (left), as Mufasa, and Patrick Curran, as Simba, in “Lion King,” the annual eighth-grade production at Saints Faith, Hope and Charity in Winnetka. Photo by Megan Maginity/22nd Century Media
Eighth-graders Grayson Frient (front, left), as Mufasa, and Patrick Curran, as Simba, in “Lion King.” The annual production took place Thursday-Friday, May 12-13, at Saints Faith, Hope and Charity School in Winnetka.
The group of actors gather for the sacrifice.
Eigth-graders (left to right) Mary Katherine Kelley, Abby Burns and Katherine Stanton perform a number.
Megan Maginity, Editor
12:10 am CDT May 18, 2016

Before the eighth-graders at Saints Faith, Hope and Charity School graduated, they came together for one last hurrah — one the music teacher said “they will remember for the rest of their lives.”

“The goal to doing this at the end of the year is to end their time at Faith Hope on a high note,” said Molly Cinnamon, the music teacher and assistant principal. 

A high note, quite literally.