Last week, the Arlington County Council of Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) announced the 2019 – 2020 Reflections contest winners at the county level. Reflections is a nationwide contest and arts promotion program that encourages students to create works in dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts, based on a common theme. […]
Three Generals have been awarded medals at the Scholastic National Art and Writing Ceremony. The recent event took place at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City, NY. The students are: Jamileth Picavia-Salazar – American Vision Lily DiBenigo – Gold Medal Abigail Capp – Gold Medal
Each spring the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual arts competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent across the nation. This year senior Zach Bobeczko’s photograph of two children, from the African village of Matuwa, won an honorable mention for our district. Zach took this photograph while volunteering in the village school and […]
The following students recently won Scholastic National Art and Writing award: Abigail Cupp – Gold medal in Photography Alina Batchlia – Silver medal in Drawing Lily DiBenigno – Gold medal in Sculpture Charlotte Kelly – Silver medal in Painting Jamileth Picavia – Gold Medal American Vision Gold Medal Award Winners will have their works showcased at a NY […]
Art II students created IB learners profile panels to celebrate “50th Birthday of IB Program.” Their work can be seen in the first floor display case next to the Main Office.
Please join us in congratulating exceptional W-L art students who won awards in the National Scholastics Art Competition. National Gold Medal/American Vision (Drawing) – Pearl Sirena National Silver Medal (Photography) – Ashly Graham
Washington-Lee High School student, Alex Bobeczko, was awarded Honorable Mention from the 8th District Congressional Art Competition for his photograph, The Curious Children of Uganda.
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12. Currently regional winners’ works are exhibited at the Arlington Country Central Library. The top art at the regional level advanced to the national competition in New York City, NY. Only one percent (1%) of works from […]