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Ravenscroft Students Honored for Art and Writing
Ravenscroft Students Honored for Art and Writing

Ten Ravenscroft students have been recognized for outstanding art and writing.

Six Ravenscroft students were recognized for their submissions to the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Visual art and written work by students in eighth through 12th grades are submitted to this prestigious competition, which celebrates students' vision, ingenuity and talent and provides opportunities for public exhibitions and scholarships. Noelle Hill '21 received a first-place nod, known as a "Gold Key," in the category of Writing a Memoir.

In addition, four Middle School students received high honors in the district competition for The Junior Woman's Club Student Arts Festival. The annual competition for students in sixth through 12th grade includes categories for photography, crafts and visual arts. Their wins mean they will go on to the state level in March.

Congratulations to all of these students:

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Teacher: Kendall Berents

Noelle Hill '21, Gold Key, Writing a Memoir

Teacher: Joyce Fillip

Bek Campbell '19, Silver Key, "Portal Loitering"

Zoe Glasgow '20, Silver Key, "March For Our Lives Portrait"

Sebastian Razo '20, Silver Key, "V-Trash" (pictured above)

Bek Campbell '19, Honorable Mention, "You Should Be Standing Here"

Noelle Hill '21, Honorable Mention, "Self-Portrait in My Bedroom"

Alexandra Barbone '19, Honorable Mention, "Afro"

Teacher: Erin Stelling

William Richardson, Honorable Mention, "The Engineering and Science Building of Vanderbilt University"

The Junior Woman's Club Student Arts Festival

Teacher: Erin Stelling

Jasmine Tran '23, First Place, Oil or Acrylic, "Silhouette at Sunset" (pictured below)

Jasmine Tran '23, First Place, Scratchboard Dog

Jae Ramsey '23, Second Place, Scratchboard Ostrich

Jasmine Tran '23, Third Place, Ink Drawing of St. Basil's

Teacher: Roz Cooper

Olivia Rivera '25, First Place, Found Object Block Painting

Olivia Meyers '24, Second Place, Block Painting with Colored Tissue