Three Westlake High School students won Gold Key awards in the Cuyahoga County Scholastic Art & Writing Competition, which recognizes creative achievement of seventh to 12th grade students throughout Cuyahoga County.
Senior Madeline Chernosky and junior Sadie Roff won Gold Key awards. Madeline also won two Honorable Mentions and Sadie won a Silver Key award. Senior Alex Sierputowski, who is a West Shore Interactive Media student at Lakewood High School, also won a Gold Key award for animation.
WHS Silver Key winners include seniors Avery Bogart, Kacie Frindt and Haley Ward; sophomores Regan Falin, Jordan Labroo and Madline Lee; and sophomore Theresa Broderick. Max Peplin, an eighth grader at Lee Burneson Middle School, also won a Silver Key award.
WHS Honorable Mention awards went to seniors Julia Dunbar, who won two awards, Daniel Hyland, Kalahan Patterson, who also won two awards, Kelsea Patterson and Haley Ward; juniors Kylie Hulver, Madeline Lee and Sohi Mistry; and sophomore Katerina Packis. LBMS Honorable Mention awards went to eighth graders Allie Routhier, Eric Bechtel, Jillian Eddy and Anthony Brown, and seventh grader Max Hudak.
The 2014 34th annual Scholastic Art & Writing Exhibition will be held Jan. 13-31 at the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Reinberger Galleries in the George Gund Building. The work was judged by a panel of local professional artists, art educators, writings and writing educators. New this year, students will have the option of submitting designs to the Cleveland Institute of Art for production on a 3D printer that was donated by 3D Systems.