The results are in for the regional 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and several Canfield High School students received top honors. This year, 37 CHS students submitted nearly seventy works of art.
American Vision Nomination, as well as a Gold Key was Natalie Brown and Mya Kasten. Their work will compete at the national level along with other Gold Key works by Bailey Brocker, Lindsay Green, Raquel Markulin, Taryn Rothbauer, Alyssa Santoro, Emily Dunlap, and Gabby Scianna. National Medalists will be announced in mid-March. Click here for American Vision Nominee Art.
Gold Key: Click here to see the Gold Key art
The Scholastic Awards are a nation-wide competition in the visual arts and writing and are open to students in grades 7-12. During the regional judging, student works can receive a Gold Key award, a Silver Key award or an honorable mention. In addition, there are five “American Vision Nominations” awarded from each region. These nominees are the top works in the show and, along with the works receiving Gold Keys, move on to compete in the national level of judging.