PRINCETON — Princeton Christian Academy will present its all-school Christmas program at 7 p.m. Friday in the Princeton Bible Church auditorium. Various musical groups will perform, including the junior high choir, fifth grade recorders, fourth grade flutophones and the junior high band students.
The highlight of the evening will be the production of the musical, “We Three Spies,” by the kindergarten through eighth-grade students. The fifth- through eighth-grade students will perform the play, backed up by the younger students who provide the chorus. Kathey Cook is directing the musical, while elementary music teacher Christina Batchelor is directing the elementary choir.
The musical revolves around the search for the true meaning of Christmas often lost in the present culture. A group of “spies” are involved in espionage to unravel mysterious happenings at a local warehouse, but their attempts are foiled by Ms. Harriet King, played by Laura Richey. The public is invited to come and see the hilarity that results from these crazy escapades.
A cookie reception and gift bag auction will finish off the evening in the school gymnasium.