MHS students share music, dance, other passions at school talent show

Blaise Harrison

On Friday, January 24, students, families and community members gathered at the Piedmont Community Center for a joyful night of music, dance performances, magic and audience participation at the 3rd Annual Millennium High School Talent Show. 

The low-key event aimed to give students a space to share their gifts and passions and provide one another with support and encouragement.  Students from both MHS and PHS performed and there was an open-mic section that included staff and younger student performers from the community. 

MHS is now looking ahead to their Annual Community Dinner on Sunday, March 15.  This sell-out event at the Veterans Hall includes a catered dinner, student performances, a silent auction and more.  All proceeds go directly to fund the unique programming of Millennium, Piedmont’s small alternative high school. 

For more information or to buy tickets, contact Bernadette Navarro at or call 510-594-2703.

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