Fourteen Laurel students honored in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Competition

The 2019 winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition were recently named by the Cleveland Institute of Art and 14 Laurel students received 16 honors in the visual arts and writing categories.
Each year, the Alliance partners with more than 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the Scholastic Awards to local communities. Open to students in Grades 7-12, applicants can submit in 29 different categories of art and writing.
 
Students submitted more than 350,000 works of art and writing in this year’s competition. Award-winning work best exemplifies originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Students receiving Gold Keys, Silver Keys, Honorable Mentions, or American Visions & Voices Nominations are celebrated within their communities through local exhibitions and ceremonies. Congratulations to the following Laurel students who were recognized:

ART AWARDS
Gold Keys:
  • Celeste Bohan '19, Photography
  • Jordyn Goldstein '20, Painting
  • Linzy Malcolm '20, Photography (pictured, above left)
Silver Keys:
  • Caroline Abbey '19, Photography
  • Victoria Hagen '20, Photography (pictured, above right)
Honorable Mentions:
  • Caroline Abbey '19, Photography
  • Rachel Estafanous '19, Photography
  • Mei Hashimoto '20, Mixed Media
  • Erin Thomas ’22, Painting 
WRITING AWARDS
Gold Keys:
  • Melanie Nance '19, Poetry
  • Jacqueline Marshall '21, Poetry
Silver Key:
  • Olivia Savona '19, Critical Essay
  • Nadia Ibrahim '21 (awarded two Silver Keys), Poetry
Honorable Mention:
  • Emi Cummings '20, Personal Essay/Memoir
  • Nadia Ibrahim '21, Flash Fiction
  • Barbara Yang '21, Critical Essay 
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