2019 Scholastic Art Awards Winners!

Each year, the Alliance partners with more than 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the Scholastic Awards to local communities. Teens in grades 7–12 (ages 13 and up) apply in 29 categories of art and writing. In 2018, students submitted nearly 350,000 works of art and writing to the Scholastic Awards. Submissions are juried by luminaries in the visual and literary arts, some of whom are past award recipients. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.

Award notifications are in! Congratulations to these very talented OHHS Art and Design students on their accomplishments this year in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

Gold Key

Alexis Hetzel, “Daily Bread”
Alexis Hetzel, “Look at that Jawline”
Alyssa Roth, “Glimmer”
Cailee Plunkett, “Meow”
Cailee Plunkett, “The Bond”
Destanie Sexton, “Opulence”
Julia Galloway, “Shine On”
Katrina Crofoot, “Noah and Gabe”
Mayson Reperowitz, “Dignity”
Mayson Reperowitz, “Bonescape”
Mia Kuchenmesiter, “Read to Death”

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Silver Key

Alexis Hetzel, “Focal Points”
Allyson Albertz, “The Halls of St. Mary’s”
Alyssa Roth, “Red Handed”
Caden Cadle, “Converse”
Cailee Plunkett, “Echoes”
Destanie Sexton, “Rails and Ladders”
Donna Derrenkamp, “Highlighting Events”
Emma Sedlack, “From Then to Now”
Emma Sedlack, “Toasting Fragments”
Hunter Keller, “A New Day”
Jaicey Hollyfield, “The Cheese Touch”
Lauren Shaw, “In Bloom”
Lily Lang, “Shapes and Hands”
Madelyn Clark, “Passage”
Mayson Reperowitz, “The Real Silver Key”
Sabrina Ryland, “The Bone Cage”
Savannah Kinzeler, “Natural Disasters”
Sydni Crass, “Silhouettes”
Thalia Georges, “Ruff Day”
Thalia Georges, “Sydney”

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Honorable Mention

Abigail Malsbary, “My Mom’s Scarf”
Allyson Albertz, “The Order of Things”
Allyson Albertz, “Ally Through the Trees”
Allyson Albertz, “Strings Attached”
Alyssa Mcroberts, “Waves of Reflection”
Brooklyn Hart, “Illuminated Me”
Damien Lunsford, “Shapes and Hand”
Emma Sedlack, “Cascade”
Hadley Adams, “The Disintegrating Witch”
Kayla Javorsky, “Momento Mori”
Maddie Allen, “An Oakette’s Life”
Madison Crider, “Mortality”
Maggie Gammell, “Peacock”
Matthew Burg, “Effigy”
Mayson Reperowitz, “Eloquence”
Mackenzie Becker, “Burning Bright”
Mia Kuchenmeister, “Wine Too Much”
Paula Connelly, “Der Schädel”
Riley Ludwig, “Yesert”
Sophia Elchynski, “Selfie With Dad”
Sydney Cantrell, “Yellow Bellied Sapsucker”
Taylor Askin, “Submerged”

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