Winston Churchill High School (Potomac, Maryland)

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Winston Churchill High School, often referred to as WCHS, Churchill High School, CHS or Churchill, is a high school in Potomac, Maryland, an unincorporated section of Montgomery County, Maryland.wikipedia
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Winston Churchill High School, often referred to as WCHS, Churchill High School, CHS or Churchill, is a high school in Potomac, Maryland, an unincorporated section of Montgomery County, Maryland.

Samuel L. Stanley

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Samuel L. Stanley Jr. attended Winston Churchill High School, a National Blue Ribbon School, located in Potomac, Maryland and graduated in 1972.

Brian Holloway

In spite of this, Holloway graduated from Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland.

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He attended Winston Churchill High School and UCLA.

Mike Sacks

He attended Winston Churchill High School before attending Tulane University in New Orleans.

Jeff Kemp

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He graduated from Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland, a northwest suburb of Washington, D.C. in Montgomery County.

Rachel Nichols (journalist)

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She is a 1991 graduate of Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1995.

Jeff Halpern

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Halpern attended Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, which did not have a hockey team.

Jimmy Kemp

After a successful career at Maryland's Winston Churchill High School, he played sparingly in his first two seasons at Wake Forest University (including one as a Redshirt) before becoming the team's starter during his junior year.

Jerome Dyson

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He attended Winston Churchill High School in Potomac for his first two years of high school before transferring to Proctor Academy in Andover, New Hampshire for his final two years.

Marti Leimbach

Marti Leimbach attended Winston Churchill High School, then Harvard University, where she received a BA in English and American Literature and Language.

Jordan Ellenberg

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When he was in eighth grade, he took honors calculus classes at the University of Maryland; when he was a junior at Winston Churchill High School, he earned a perfect score of 1600 on the SAT; and as a high school senior, he placed second in the national Westinghouse Science Talent Search.

Ben Feldman

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He was involved in camp and school theater from the age of 6, and attended Winston Churchill High School in Potomac.

Dhani Jones

As a senior at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Jones was an All-Met, All-Western Region, and an All-County pick, and also was ranked the fifth best linebacker prospect in the Atlantic Coast Region despite missing most of the regular season with a ruptured disc he injured working out for Penn State earlier in the summer.

Eric Brodkowitz

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He attended Winston Churchill High School (Class of 2014), where he played baseball and was First Team All-Division in his junior and senior seasons, and All-Gazette and All-Met honorable mention in junior season.

Shinsaku Uesugi

He graduated from Winston Churchill High School (Potomac, Maryland) in June 2010 and University of California, Berkeley in May 2014.

Kamie Crawford

Crawford graduated from Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland in 2010 where she was captain of the varsity cheerleading team.

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Winston Churchill High School, often referred to as WCHS, Churchill High School, CHS or Churchill, is a high school in Potomac, Maryland, an unincorporated section of Montgomery County, Maryland.