Everett Art Students Honored at Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards Program

Pictured, from left: Dana Lantion (Gold Key, Drawing), Tran Nguyen (Honorable Mention: Drawing), Paul Vu (Gold Key: Photography), Zineb Cherif (Gold Key, Photography), Linh Vu (Silver Key: Painting, Honorable Mention, Painting). Missing from the photo: Alex Burgos (Gold Key, Sculpture).

Pictured, from left: Dana Lantion (Gold Key, Drawing), Tran Nguyen (Honorable Mention: Drawing),
Paul Vu (Gold Key: Photography), Zineb Cherif (Gold Key, Photography), Linh Vu (Silver Key:
Painting, Honorable Mention, Painting). Missing from the photo: Alex Burgos (Gold Key, Sculpture).

The Everett High School (EHS) Art Department is happy to announce that it had seven outstanding students honored in this year’s Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards program. EHS students garnered four Gold Key awards, one Silver Key honor, and two honorable mention selections. The Gold Key winners went on to compete against other Gold Key winners from around the country in a national competition. This is a true testament to the quality of the art program and students we have here in Everett. The Scholastic Art Awards program started in 1927 and is the largest and longest-running program of its kind in the country. The EHS Art Department faculty congratulates every student who participated.

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