Ravens win gold for their “idea to reform the nursing home inspection system in North Carolina.” An idea, according to the official press release, that would potentially save taxpayers $14 million per year.
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