Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Congratulations to our award-winning art students, each year students compete in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition. Students compete first by state or region and then nationally for awards.

This year’s results for our regional competition are in and we are SO very proud of our students.

Our SFHS Senior Class had a wide variety of awards.

Jack Gruskin won an honorable mention and silver key for his sculpture and ceramics.

Sam Henn won an honorable mention for his ceramics.

Annie Ingham won a gold key, four silver keys and an honorable mention for her digital art.

Riley Larkworthy won a gold key and a silver key for her sculpture and ceramics.

Adam Peters won an honorable mention for his photography.

Seanthy Serfontein won an honorable mention for her ceramics.

Zachary Shapiro won a silver key for his ceramics.

Griffin Weaver won an honorable mention for his ceramics.

Junior, Rachel Wolchock, won an honorable mention for her ceramics and an honorable mention for her sculpture.

Annie and Riley’s gold key pieces are competing at the national level and the results will be announced March 13th.

All students honored with Gold and Silver Key awards are invited to have their work featured in an exhibition at SCAD’s Pei Ling Chan Gallery in Savannah, Georgia, from March 2-9. The exhibition will conclude with an awards reception on Saturday, March 9.