Queen’s Grant students receive Art Awards

Tristyn Hudson holding her winning awarded artwork.
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Becca Schopen displays her award-winning artwork.

Congratulations go out to two Queen’s Grant high school students Tristyn Hudson and Becca Schopen for receiving outstanding recognition for their artwork in this year’s Regional Scholastic Art Awards.

Hudson won the Gold Key for a painting, a Silver Key for a drawing, including two Honorable Mentions for other drawings she submitted. While Schopen won a Silver Key for a drawing submission, therefore, honoring both talented young ladies for their creative artwork.

The Gold Key awarded artwork will be displayed at Spirit Square for most of the month of February. Meanwhile, the Silver Key awarded artwork will be on display at one of the Mint Museum locations during the same time period this month.

“The high school is very proud of both students, and we would like to congratulate these young ladies on their accomplishments,” said, Christine Amaral, Chief Financial Officer at the charter school.

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