Loudoun County Students Receive National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards


Four Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) high school students have earned national award medals as part of the 100th annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Young artists and writers in grades 7-12 submit work in 28 categories of art and writing to a network of regional affiliates who present award ceremonies and exhibits for selected works on a local level. One student from Loudoun County High School, one student from Loudoun Valley High School and two Potomac Falls High School students were awarded Silver medals for their work.

Loudoun County High School

Katherine Garvey: “A Look into Parasociality” - Sculpture

 

Loudoun Valley High School

Delaney Sullivan: “Fern by River” - Photography

 

Potomac Falls High School

Erin Ternovska: “Herr Herring the Red Herring” - Ceramics and Glass

Linyue Tong: “Little Hope” - Painting

 

“These student artists’ talent, voice and point of view are inspiring,” said Michael Pierson, Supervisor of Fine Arts for Loudoun County Schools. “The extraordinary dedication to their ideas and craft permeates each of their pieces; they communicate unique narratives with artistic expression. We are extremely proud of their accomplishments.”

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious scholarship and recognition program for creative teens in grades 7-12. Over 300,000 artworks were submitted from across the United States, with nearly 2,000 artworks earning national awards.

To view all national winners in art and writing, please visit https://medals.artandwriting.org.



Published May 8, 2023