Scholastic Art Awards 2021 Results!

Nicole Ashton

The nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were founded in 1923 and, for nearly a century, have inspired bold ideas in creative teens throughout the country.


All entries are considered for Gold Key, Silver Key, Honorable Mention, American Visions Nominee, and American Voices Nominee Awards. These are presented to students along with celebration ceremonies and exhibitions in each region.


Gold Key entries are automatically considered for national awards, including Gold Medal, Silver Medal with Distinction, Silver Medal, and scholarship awards.  

A list of all of the National Medalists is published on the Scholastic website each spring.

Please congratulate this years placing participants representing SRS:

Heath Fellows (Grade 11) - Painting "The Tempestuous Storm"  - Honorable Mention
Anna Hardcare (Grade 11) - Mixed Media "The Feminine Perspective"  - Honorable Mention
Kennedy Kurtz (Grade 11) - Fashion "Down in Flames" - Silver Key Award
Thara Sundaram (Grade 8) - Painting "A Melting Pot of Earth" - Silver Key Award
Vera van der Linden (Grade 8) - Drawing/Illustration - Shades of Me - Honorable Mention

Other Participants:
Josefine Clausen (Grade 11)  - Mixed Media "Her Dream"
Malina Jeffery (Grade 11) - Drawing/Illustration "Weight of the World"
Kirkwood, Kaylee (Grade 11) - Mixed Media "Depollution"
Keatyn Kurtz (Grade 9) - Mixed Media Painting

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