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Scholastic Art Awards

About the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards:

This program gives thousands of students throughout America the opportunity to broaden their creative horizons while earning local and national recognition. The objective is to foster the confidence of young artists and give them the opportunity to be recognized for their creative achievements by the world at large. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were founded in 1923, and have become the nation's largest and longest running program of its kind.

Regional Scholastic Sponsors:

City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission
Everett Public Schools
Melby, Cameron & Anderson
Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild

Click here to view the complete list of 2015 award winners by school.

2015 National Award Winners

Congratulations to the following students on their National medals!

Gedenk Award for Tolerance, Ella Corwin, One, Mixed Media, The Art Workshop Inc., 8, Christine Awad Schmalz

American Visions Medal, Minkyu Kang, Manifestation, Sculpture, Kamiak High School, 11, Deborah Barten

Gold Medal, Jillian Ballas , Home by the Sea, Mixed Media, Snohomish High School, 10, Yasmeen Evjenth

Gold Medal, Elizabeth Heinl, Old Man Pencil Drawing, Drawing and Illustration, Home School, 9, Emily Heinl

Silver Medal, Willow Cook, The World as We Know It, Comic Art, Home School, 10, Monica Cook

Silver Medal, Demitri Diosdado, Trying to Get Out of Life, Sculpture, Voyager Middle School, 8, Sarah Goodall

Silver Medal, Minkyu Kang, Manifestation, Sculpture, Kamiak High School, 11, Deborah Barten

Silver Medal, Chan Ha Kim, Finding Birds, Comic Art, Henry M. Jackson High School, 11, Rick Wigre

Silver Medal, Amara Mulhall, La Muerta, Mixed Media, Stanwood High School, 12, Gail Merrick

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