Students in Groton’s three pre-college schools won numerous awards in this year’s Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the largest “creative” competition for students in the U.S. The 2012-13 season is the 90th Anniversary of the competition.
Although the individual artists who have won Gold Key, Silver Key, or Honorable Mention, and their schools have been notified of the honor, the complete list of area students will not be available until it is printed in The Boston Globe, regional coordinator of the contest, on March 3. Some winners were announced last week.
Gold Key winners compete in the national judging which is going on now. Groton-Dunstable Regional High School’s Chris Huber was awarded a Gold Key for “Needles and Drain,” a photograph. Groton School student Chu Pei-Yun was awarded a Gold Key for “Lacrosse Heron,” a sculpture.
Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Winners
Lawrence Academy Winners
Lawrence Academy had five student photos by three artists singled out in this yearâ€™s regional competition:
A list of Groton School winners was not available at deadline, other than Chu Pei-Yun Gold Key for “Lacrosse Heron,” a sculpture.