REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Six Redmond Proficiency Academy students recently won 19 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, including two Gold Keys, four Silver Keys and 13 Honorable Mentions.
The awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious scholarship and recognition program for creative teens, each year recognizing writing, painting, ceramics and glass, photography and a variety of additional artistic mediums.
Students Senior Evelyne Anderson, junior Lyra Kimler, junior Vanya Crumrine, freshman Lilly Holtsberg, freshman Sofia Erickson and senior Sabrina Zavala won the following awards:
Nothing to Wear – Photography, Gold Key
Female – Photography, Gold Key
Getting Ready – Photography, Silver Key
Party Girls – Art Portfolio, Honorable Mention
Gold – Photography, Honorable Mention
When the party’s over – Photography, Honorable Mention
Lightbulb Landscape – Digital Art, Silver Key
Joji – Portrait Painting, Honorable Mention
Self Portrait – Drawing & Illustration, Honorable Mention
Ink Sasha – Drawing & Illustration, Honorable Mention
Loopy tea – Ceramics & Glass, Silver Key
Tea For None – Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
Drowning in sorrows – Sculpture, Honorable Mention
Tiny Things – Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
Tie Dye Tea pot – Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
Asymmetrical – Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
Milk jar – Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
Villagers – Digital Art, Silver Key
Model – Digital Art, Honorable Mention
The Redmond Public Library will host a joint exhibit during the entire month of April that will include work from RPA, Redmond High School and Ridgeview High School students.
Redmond Proficiency Academy (RPA) is a tuition-free public charter school located in Redmond, Oregon. Now in its 13th year, RPA serves over 900 students from grades 6th-12th throughout Central Oregon. With an innovative and personalized proficiency-based collegiate model, RPA provides dynamic pathways to success for all students.