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Honoring Student Artists

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program is the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S. Students submit works in a number of categories including photography, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media. Dana Hall students stood out from thousands of entries, and received 25 awards and honorable mentions—with some students winning multiple awards.
 
Scholastic Art Awards
Gold Keys
A. Fu ’24, Drawing & Illustration, Playing With Sand
D. Lu ’24, Drawing & Illustration, Unplugged 
D. Lu ’24, Painting, Monet’s Japanese Garden
C. Tsai ’20, Painting, (Dis)Connection
V. Zhou ’21, Painting, The Way Out
 
Silver Keys
I. Borah ’21, Drawing & Illustration, Itchy Eye
M. Kim ’20, Drawing & Illustration, Vertical Rearrangement
V. Liu ’22, Digital Art, DePRESSion
D. Lu ’24, Painting, The Earth’s Fate Is In Your Hands
K. Panjawi ’20, Painting, I Told You I'm Tired
 
Honorable Mentions
S. Burns ’21, Fashion, Natural Swirl Dress
R. DeLuca Lowell ’22, Photography, Saving Summer
A. Fu ’21, Printmaking, Mr. Deer’s Rescue
M. Kim ’20, Sculpture (2), Who Are You? and Perishable
J. Landry ’20, Fashion, Cotton Candy Coat
A. Litvak ’20, Painting, Sneer
L. Mitchell ’21, Future New, Actions Have Consequences
K. Panjawi ’20, Drawing & Illustration, The Tiny People Committee of Sleep
J. Schwartz ’20, Drawing & Illustration, Simple
C. Tsai ’20, Painting (2), Abandoned and Falling Apart
 
Scholastic Writing Awards
Gold Key
D. Lu ’24, Personal Essay & Memoir, I Could Not
 
Silver Key
Q. Fu ’24, Poetry, The Power of One
 
Honorable Mention
J. Schwartz ’20, Personal Essay & Memoir, A Vibrant Vandal
 
Work is judged on originality, technical skill and emergence of a personal voice or vision. Gold Key winners will move on to the national competition. National medalists will be announced later in the spring.
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    • (Dis)Connection, the Gold Key winning painting by C. Tsai ’20

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  • Maya

    "My favorite Dana Hall memory would be the first time I ever sang the Alma Mater with my fellow classmates. That was most definitely the first time I felt like I was truly a part of something. Joining hands with my future Silver Sisters made me truly feel like I was a Dana girl."
    -Maya