IB sophomore Vivienne Dumas, a student of 2D Art Teacher Brianne Gates, won a National Gold Scholastic Art Award for her drawing of Florida Girls .  The reception will be June 7 in New York City at Carnegie Hall!

In addition, the work of 12 SPHS students was accepted and received awards in this year’s county-level Scholastic Arts Show.

Florida Girls by Vivienne Dumas

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12. This honor opens doors for students by providing access to future scholarship programs and workshops, and opportunities to have work publicly displayed.

IB student award winners this year’s county-level Scholastic Arts Show were:

  • Rachel Bean, Silver Key, 3 Honorable Mentions (sophomore)
  • Ansley Burtch, Gold Key, 3 Honorable Mentions (sophomore)
  • Vivienne Dumas, Gold Key, 2 Honorable Mentions (sophomore) and
  • Jackson Sullivan Honorable Mention (freshman)

Thanks to art teacher Ms. Brianne Gates for providing information for this post.

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