With the clock ticking, junior Zoe Abramson (#14) dashes down the court with the ball, making a break for the basket.
Without any opponents guarding her, senior Megan Burke (#11) alerts her teammate that she is open and ready to receive a pass.
With teammates and opponents at her heels, sophomore Kate Hildebrandt (#13) makes a shot for the hoop.
The Poms team strike a final pose to conclude their dance routine.
Blair cheerleaders chant and cheer on Blair basketball players as part of the half-time performance.
Senior Sarah Khan (#24) dribbles past the defense of her opponent.
Sophomore Yinka Scott (#20) scans the court for an open teammate to pass the ball to.
Sophomore Kate Hildebrandt (#13) sidesteps as a Whitman player attempts to take the ball.
All seniors gathered on stage to conclude the night by singing "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by John Denver.
Seniors act out a scene from the annual Puzzlepalooza competition: students huddling together to solve a puzzle while puzzle lord Mr. Stein watches.
The pinnacle of Magnet Arts Night is the Senior Act, where seniors recreate highlights and memories from their years in the program, including the infamous ninth grade "chem R&E" project.
Members of the audience were encouraged to view the art gallery in the foyer, which included various works such as these pencil drawings by Charlotte Wallsten.
The second-to-last performance of the night was "Liebesfreud," a classical piece written for violin and piano, played by Ryan Cho and Justin Hung.
Inspired by the musical "Wicked," Alice Varughese and Audrey Li sing "For Good," an ode to the impact of friendship.
Dheeraj Keshav takes the stage in a comedic rap about the significance of Google Hangouts in a magnet student's life alongside Alex Dong, Ishaan Shrestha, and Evan Wang.
Lillian Zhou and Jennifer Li mimic the fluidity of nature in a Chinese dance called, "Valley of Flowers."
Tharindi Jayatilake poses during a classical Indian dance to a remix of the popular hit, "Shape of You," by Ed Sheeran.
Mr. Donaldson, Will Donaldson, Ms. Duval, Nicky Frank, and Mr. Kirk perform "We Shall Meet Someday," a bluegrass classic by Carl Story.
Posing as two friends attempting to finish an act that was cut short, Harris Edenbaum and Telon Yan perform the song "Hero" over several segments between other acts.
(grade) Joel Paulino looks his opponent in the eye as they lock on to each other.
Old Mill wrestlers look on as (grade) Brandon Ntankeu maintains a firm grip, preventing the opponent from getting to his feet.
Soon after the whistle was blown, (grade) Elias Chen lunges and makes a grab for his opponent's legs.
(grade) Steven Vilmenay traps his opponent beneath him during the remaining seconds of the match.
Nikolai Tochillin, stretched across his opponent's back, resists being flung over by an Old Mill wrestler.
After a brief struggle, (grade) Malik Wright brings his opponent down to his knees.
Holden DuBois pulls on his opponent's hands in an attempt to break free from their grasp.
Each wrestler invited a special staff member to attend their match, who in turn showed their support for the students that night.
Show Choir singer Abby Russell showcases her stunning vocals in the opening lyrics of "Joyful, Joyful."
Blair Show Choir singers belt out notes while dancing to the rhythm during their opener, "I Want You Back."
Chamber singers project their voices and harmonize during a performance of "Adoramus Te."
Guitar II students gaze intently at their music while performing.
Grace Reachmack and other Guitar II students perform "Stop Your Crying" by Lake Street Dive.
With Achilles grinning in triumph, Hector takes a last breath as he is impaled by Greek warriors.
Two Greek warriors rush upon a Trojan amidst battle.
Thersites cowers and begs not to be killed by Hector (Sam Newman), a Trojan warrior.
Troilus is angered when he secretly witnesses an intimate exchange between Cressida and Greek warrior Diomedes (Charlie Wiebe).
Homer (Danny Tran Ho) excitedly announces to Calliope (Kyrsten Lewey), the muse of epic poetry, that he will name his new piece, "The Iliad."
The Muses, whose jobs are to inspire the arts and sciences, wonder what role they have in the war.
Troilus and Cressida share a loving kiss as Pandarus looks on in delight.
Troilus and Pandarus joyously embrace at the thought of Cressida meeting Troilus.
Thersites (Micah Contee) points a finger at Achilles (Courtney Wilson), who rolls his eyes in annoyance.
Elder statesman Nester (Elisabeth Desmond) carefully listens to Ulysses's (Jonah Nan) comments.
Cressida (Sarah Di) and her uncle, Pandarus (Geo Rivera) discuss her love life.
Troilus (Isaac Newman) chats with Aeneas (Hemakshi Gordy), a Trojan commander.
The Trojans and Greeks have been at war for seven years.
Hermes (Raynel Carballo) listens as Sybil the prophetess (Elisabeth Desmond) explains the conflict between the Trojans and Greeks.
Blair class of 2021 is buzzing as they anticipate the next performance.
A member of the African Dance team shows off her moves during their performance.
2018's homecoming court members were applauded and honored with sashes.
The Blair girls' basketball team faces the Whitman Vikings in a heated game.
Students displayed their artistic talent at the annual Magnet Arts Night, featuring performances, visual art pieces, and the traditional Senior Act.
Blair wrestlers compete against Old Mill in a hard-fought meet.
Blair musicians show off their vocal and instrumental chops at the annual winter concert
The theater department presents Troy Story Three, an epilogue to the Odyssey written by Ms. O'Connor's husband, John O'Connor.
Blair students gather in the Blair football stadium to get pumped for the fall sports seasons. Students saw performances from the poms team, Blair cheerleaders, the Blair marching band, and more.