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COMPETITIONS | ART FESTIVAL

 

Congratulations to our students that participated in this year's Art Festival.  Results are listed below!

For more information, contact our Art Competition sponsor: Lynn Peverill.

 
 
ACSI Art Fest 
Congratulations to the following winners at the ACSI Art Fest!
9th grade student Angelie Aggarwal was the 2nd runner-up to overall Best of Show

 

1st grade

Ocean Sanchez

3rd place- Bronze Medal

6th grade

Nathan Casey

1st place-Gold Medal

 

Jace Johnson

3rd place-Bronze Medal

 

Riley Johnson

3rd place-Bronze Medal

7th grade

Collin Bolleter

1st place-Gold Medal

8th grade

Zach Matthews

2nd place-Silver Medal

 

Liliana Patrick

3rd place-Bronze Medal

 

Nick Henderson

3rd place-Bronze Medal

9th grade

Mikayla Cantor

1st place-Gold Medal

 

Georgia Zepeda

2nd place-Silver Medal

 

Angelie Aggarwal

1st place-Gold Medal

10th grade

Robert Fernandez

3rd place-Bronze Medal

 

Whitney Stire

2nd place-Silver Medal

 

There were only 39 spots available for the entire Art Department. Please join us in congratulating the following students whose artwork was selected to compete: 

 

Kindergarten

Sarah Kay Chandler

1st grade

Cailyn Cummins

 

Canon Richards

 

Lily Thompson

 

Tripp Vineyard

2nd grade

Jayson Schifani

3rd grade

Jacob Hoot

 

John Spengel

4th grade

Hayden Munson

 

Jackson Rudy

 

Charlie Wade

5th grade

Grace Bahr

6th grade

Layne Walters

7th grade

Theresa Bolt

 

Lawson Canter

 

Hannah Davidson

 

Ava Herridge

 

Lane Reaves

8th grade

Caleb Dieckhoff

 

Zach Matthews

 

Joshua Snider

 

Sofia Fernandez

9th grade

Grace Walters

 
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

To provide incentives for students to develop skills necessary for Christian leadership.
To facilitate students’ learning process.
To help develop the skills to be an effective communicator.
To provide a gauge to determine how effectively each school has prepared students in these activities.
To provide a degree of competition to develop participants’ composure and confidence.
To provide for a time of fun and fellowship with other Christian young people.

The ACSI Student Activities Program seeks to encourage and inspire students toward a standard of excellence in leadership, communication, and performance by enhancing member Christian schools’ academic and fine arts programs. It provides opportunity for students to practically apply and develop skills necessary for confident Christian leadership. Each activity is planned to impact students’ educational and spiritual growth, encouraging them to be a testimony to the gospel . Events also seek to provide opportunity for Christian fellowship and positive interaction between students and teachers of participating schools.

Schools begin their participation at the school level, which impacts the highest number of students. As students progress to the district and regional levels, they are challenged by interaction with students of similar interests and abilities. Parents, friends, and the general public benefit from the ministry of these students in music, speech, and academic programs.

The awards program for ACSI Student Activities affirms each participant’s individual effort while recognizing those whose skill and ability provide an inspiration and a challenge to excellence for all who participate