scholastic art awards

From WCS inFocus

Dozens of Williamson County Schools middle and high students will have their artwork on display at Cheekwood Bontanical Gardens from February 2 until March 2.

The exhibition showcases art pieces from the 2019 Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Competition.

In addition to the students earning recognition in the Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mentions categories, a handful of students was selected as nominees for the American Vision & Voices Award. Brentwood High’s Chandler Gallaher was nominated for the work St. Paul’s. Independence High had two nominees: Emily Cole for her work Serious and Madison Gabay for her work Hands in My Hair.

The competition is open to students in the seventh through twelfth grades and aims to honor the best work from around the region.

Congratulations to the following students:

Gold Key

Silver Key

Honorable Mention

*American Vision & Voices Nominee