Gianna Uhler, Class of 2022

2020 First Place Art

Gianna Uhler, Pen and Ink Sketch, Class of 2022

Photo by Amy Reed on Unsplash

2020 First Place Nonfiction

Journal Entry #1 by Tristan Obedos, Class of 2020

The toilet. Not a sight most think of when imagining beauty beyond compare; however, think about this time in your life. You are in a long car ride with mom and dad, and the next exit stop isn’t...

Milo Cook, Class of 2021

2020 First Place Photography

Milo Cook, Class of 2021

Caroline Weckesser, Class of 2022

2020 First Place Poetry

Season's Meanings by Julia McPherson, Class of 2021

I. Spring it has begun, with garden’s birth.  the trees gleam with brand new girth.  as proudly, and violently—  life brings on new perspectives.                      ...

Jackson Feiner, Class of 2021

2020 First Place Short Fiction

At First by Paige Ping Kelly, Class of 2023

At first there was only darkness, a dark vast abyss that comforted all in its dark embrace. Little two-legged beings rose from this darkness, walking, breathing, living in this darkness. The darkness with...

Kristin Rule, Class of 2023

2020 Second Place Art

Kristin Rule, Pencil Sketch, Class of 2023

Artwork by (L to R, top row to bottom): Emma-Leigh Johnson, Gianna Uhler, Anna De Leao, Matthew Diem, Hannah Hirsch, Liam Kephart, Jordan Oldenburg, Rachel Roye

2020 Second Place Nonfiction

The Power of Service by Serena Rivera, Class of 2020

“Rena! Rena!” Sok Hag exclaimed as she ran towards me, her flip flops notwithstanding on the rocky terrain of the Cambodian school grounds. She came to a screeching halt as a gentle smile...

Liam Lyons, Class of 2020

2020 Second Place Photography

Liam Lyons, Class of 2020

Gianna Ferrari, Class of 2023

2020 Second Place Poetry

homeless (metaphorically) by Fabiha Bushra, Class of 2021

It stains the bottom of my teeth small bits that paint the bone of my mouth. I am gazing at my reflection all I see is a half rotten mask of insecurity returning my gaze My skin feels like...

Shea Cinquemani, Class of 2020

2020 Second Place Short Fiction

Fate by Leonor Fontanez, Class of 2021

I’m​ ​not​ ​sure​ ​when​ ​it​ ​happened.​ ​I​ ​remember​ ​the​ ​day​ ​was​ ​cold,​ ​the​ ​sun​ ​was​ ​setting​ ​on our small​ ​town​...

Emma-Leigh Johnson, Class of 2021

2020 Selected Art

A selection from the over 90 submitted artworks from the student body.

Jack Cariddi, Class of 2021

2020 Selected Photography

A selection from the over 100 submitted works of photography from the student body.

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