For the fourth year in a row, Ravenscroft's student-led fundraising team for Crucial Catch has been recognized as the top fundraising school in the nation, exceeding their goal of $30,000 by more than $6,000, and once again winning the prestigious Pink Cleat Award.
Three Upper School art students have been recognized for their submissions to the Fine Arts League of Cary's 2021 Teen Show.
Bailey Foster '21 was recognized with a Digital and Photography Award for her work, "Double Exposure." Bailey is currently enrolled in Photography II with art teacher Erin Stelling.
In addition, two students have won a $1,000 scholarship to Meredith College for their work: Sophie Thomas '23, who is taking Visual Art I with Allison Tierney, won for her digital composition entitled "Digital Mosaic Self-Portrait"; and Lila Wilson '23 won for her graphite and acrylic drawing entitled "W-A-V-E." Lila is enrolled in Visual Art I as well as Photography II.
Due to pandemic protocols, the exhibit is online. View the digital art show here.
All of Ravenscroft's entries are included in the exhibit as noted below:
- p. 11 - Jae Ramsey '23
- p. 12 - Josie Ludlam '23
- p. 14 - Emily Martinez-Hernandez '21
- p. 15 - Olivia Barefoot '22
- p. 15 - Lila Wilson '23
- p. 17 - Josh Prince '23
- Digital Art - Noelle Hill '21
- Sculpture - Sofia Herbert '24
- Photography - Lucia Leaf '23
Great work, Ravens!
Above, clockwise from left: "Digital Mosaic Self-Portrait" by Sophie Thomas '23; "Double Exposure" by Bailey Foster '21; "W-A-V-E" by Lila Wilson '23