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Scholastic Art Winner
Oscar Mira Vela Photography, “Central Park”

Fine Art

Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated. This year over 12,000 submissions were received by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University and the Boston Globe Foundation. Students across the state produced artwork in 17 categories including Photography, Mixed Media, Video Game Design, Painting and more. Winners of Gold Key, Silver Key Awards and Honorable Mentions were chosen based on their demonstration of originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. This year we are excited to announce that Everett High School students have brought home 9 awards and recognitions!

Silver Key Winners

  • Gillian Avelar, Grade 11, Painting “Seven Sorrows” (Teacher: Annette LeRay)
  • Vicki Do, Grade 12, Photography “Fixed” (Katherine McKie)
  • Gabriel Machado, Grade 12, Drawing and Illustration “Gallett’s Inspiration” (Annette LeRay)

Honorable Mention

  • Gillian Avelar, Grade 11, Drawing and Illustration “Riley and the Rising Sun” (Annette LeRay)
  • Lizzy Bautista, Grade 10, Annette LeRay Drawing and Illustration “Eddies Duality” (Annette LeRay)
  • Alex Brown, Grade 12, Digital Art “Self-Portrait” (Katherine McKie)
  • Kunchock Khabnay, Grade 12, Photography “Junior” (Katherine McKie)
  • Oscar Mira Vela, Grade 12, Photography “Central Park” (Katherine McKie)
  • Camila Morare, Grade 12, Photography “Park Bench” (Katherine McKie)

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