GMHS Students Earn Art Awards

I recently learned that the art work of two of our Georgetown Middle High School students Julia Giangrande and Sabrina Culpepper earned top honors in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards Competition.  GMHS art teachers Martha Dodge and Debby Gray ,who are teachers and mentors to these talented students, shared this information with me and I wanted to share this wonderful news with the community!  The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is the nation’s longest running recognition program for creative teen in grades 7-12.  This is a great  example of the talents of our students and I could not be more pleased and proud of these two young woman for putting themselves out there and competing with other peers across the state.  I urge you to click on the link below to enjoy their work and to learn a little bit more about how these awards were judged.  I also want to recognize several other students for participating in the competition and representing themselves and their school so well! Congratulations to Robert Beals ( animation), Olivia Fair ( ceramics and drawing), Cera Bettencourt ( black and white photography), Alivia Olsen (ceramics and painting) , Marin Culpepper( digital photography) and Beth Keenan ( digital photography.

SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS 2018 (2)
Julia’s  Gold Key winning necklace was recently on display at Tufts University with other New England Regional Gold Key
winners.
Congratulations Julia and Sabrina and all of our participants this year ! We are very proud of you!