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ConVal High School Scholastic Award Recipients 2019

The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers has announced the 2019 winners of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. With 5 Gold Key Awards, 16 Silver Key Awards, and 20 Honorable Mentions in several different categories — from ceramics, glass, and jewelry to drawing, sculpture, poetry, and photography —, ConVal High School students figured prominently among this year’s recognized artists.

The winners are:


  • Emma Carpenter (Photography)
  • Jaclyn Clark (Sculpture)
  • Augustus George (Film and Animation)
  • Sarah Kingsbury-Evans (Ceramics and Glass)
  • Riley Momenee (Sculpture)


  • Emma Anderson (Photography)
  • Anna Bartsch (3 silver keys) (Photography)
  • Emmanuel Bowman (2 silver keys) (Sculpture)
  • Jaclyn Clark (Drawing and Illustration)
  • Julia Donovan (Photography)
  • Laquea Hall (Photography)
  • Shayna Hanley (Photography)
  • Anna McGuiness (Ceramics and Glass)
  • Kayla Rautiola (Photography)
  • Amber Ruston (Photography)
  • Madeline Shippee (Photography)
  • Rachel Sturges (Poetry)
  • Jarrett Wohle (Jewelry)


  • Maggie Baribault (Photography)
  • Michael Boisvert (Photography)
  • Emma Carpenter (Photography)
  • Jaclyn Clark (Drawing and Illustration)
  • Alessia Coburn (Photography)
  • Anna Corts (Photography)
  • Iciar De Zunzunegui (Photography)
  • Augustus George (Ceramics and Glass)
  • Kylie Johnson (Ceramics and Glass)
  • Sarah Kingsbury-Evans (Drawing and Illustration)
  • Austin Knight (Photography)
  • Fletcher Maggs (Photography)
  • August Marshall (Photography)
  • Emalee Naylor (Photography)
  • Lillian Stapelfeld (Painting)
  • Emma Stevenson (Photography)
  • Christian Williams (Photography)
  • Kendra Wing (Photography)
  • Jarrett Wohle (2 honorable mentions) (Jewelry)

A special event on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm will honor the Scholastic Art and Writing Award winners and display their work in a gallery showing.

Each year, Scholastic Arts partners with more than 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the Awards to local communities. Teens in grades 7 through 12 apply in 29 categories of art and writing.

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.