GLHS Students Receive Honors at Art Competitions

Posted: 3/19/2019 Categories: District News


GLHS Students Receive Honors at Art Competitions

Congratulations to GLHS students who received recognition in the 2019 Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition and the 2019 Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition.

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12.

This year, students submitted nearly 340,000 works of visual art and writing to 122 affiliate regions across the country. More than 90,000 works were recognized at the regional level and celebrated in local exhibitions and ceremonies.

Gold key awards winning pieces were placed into a special Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit at the Columbus College of Art and Design in February.

GLHS Students who received recognition are:
Samantha Behn (junior), Candelabra, Gold Key
Riley Dickson (junior), Treehouse, Honorable Mention
Grace Genteline (junior), Water Lilies and Pond Scum, Honorable Mention
Grace Genteline (junior), Beauty in Death, Honorable Mention
Claire Leonard (sophomore), Eunoia, Honorable Mention
Meghan Prange (senior), Odyssey, Honorable Mention


The 2019 Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition, now in its forty-ninth year, is dedicated to the educational and artistic advancement of talented young people in the state of Ohio. The exhibition is open to all of Ohio's 1,112 high schools, both public and private, chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education.

The process of selecting artworks for the state exhibition begins on a regional level. The state is divided into 15 regional locations, with high school students in each region invited to enter work in that regional judging. From the 11,500 regional entries from the 15 regions, approximately 2,500 are selected to enter the state judging

GLHS students who qualified for the Regional Level Exhibition are:
Alex Horton (senior), Universal Panorama
Meredith Whistler (freshman), A Preparation

GLHS students who qualified for the State Level Exhibition are:
Alex Horton (senior), Crescendo of Winter
Grace Genteline (junior), Beauty in Death

Congratulations students and to all our wonderful teachers in our art departments, kindergarten through high school!

 


  • Award Winners
  • Candelabra
  • Beauty in Death by Grace Genteline (junior)
  • Eunoia
  • Water Lilies and Pond Scum
  • Treehouse
  • Odyssey

GLHS Students Receive Honors at Art Competitions

Posted: 3/19/2019 Categories: District News


GLHS Students Receive Honors at Art Competitions

Congratulations to GLHS students who received recognition in the 2019 Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition and the 2019 Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition.

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12.

This year, students submitted nearly 340,000 works of visual art and writing to 122 affiliate regions across the country. More than 90,000 works were recognized at the regional level and celebrated in local exhibitions and ceremonies.

Gold key awards winning pieces were placed into a special Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit at the Columbus College of Art and Design in February.

GLHS Students who received recognition are:
Samantha Behn (junior), Candelabra, Gold Key
Riley Dickson (junior), Treehouse, Honorable Mention
Grace Genteline (junior), Water Lilies and Pond Scum, Honorable Mention
Grace Genteline (junior), Beauty in Death, Honorable Mention
Claire Leonard (sophomore), Eunoia, Honorable Mention
Meghan Prange (senior), Odyssey, Honorable Mention


The 2019 Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition, now in its forty-ninth year, is dedicated to the educational and artistic advancement of talented young people in the state of Ohio. The exhibition is open to all of Ohio's 1,112 high schools, both public and private, chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education.

The process of selecting artworks for the state exhibition begins on a regional level. The state is divided into 15 regional locations, with high school students in each region invited to enter work in that regional judging. From the 11,500 regional entries from the 15 regions, approximately 2,500 are selected to enter the state judging

GLHS students who qualified for the Regional Level Exhibition are:
Alex Horton (senior), Universal Panorama
Meredith Whistler (freshman), A Preparation

GLHS students who qualified for the State Level Exhibition are:
Alex Horton (senior), Crescendo of Winter
Grace Genteline (junior), Beauty in Death

Congratulations students and to all our wonderful teachers in our art departments, kindergarten through high school!

 


  • Award Winners
  • Candelabra
  • Beauty in Death by Grace Genteline (junior)
  • Eunoia
  • Water Lilies and Pond Scum
  • Treehouse
  • Odyssey