Spooky Halloween Drawing Contest for Junior School Art Classes

What a fun, spooky time! The Halloween activities that took place last Monday, October 30 were so much fun for everyone.

In the afternoon, we had fun revealing of the prize winners for the Junior School Spooky Drawing Contest. The students in Grade 6, 7 and 8 art classes have been preparing and creating amazing scary drawings using different media for the last few weeks. The artworks were then put on display in the dining hall last Friday so everyone in the School was able to enjoy the masterpieces.

My Grade 12 international baccalaureate students were asked to judge the works and the criteria was spookiness, composition, and technical skills. They had a very difficult time choosing the winners, and they felt that everyone should be given a prize because they were all so well done. After a long discussion, the students reported back to me with the winners. Congratulations to everyone! I also agree that everyone deserves a prize! I hope you enjoy the spooky masterpieces.

Congratulations to:

Grade 6
First Prize – Ollie Boyle ‘30
Second Prize – Victoria Walsh ‘30
Grade 7
First Prize – Lydia DesRoches ‘29
Second Prize – Alethea Cheng ‘29
Grade 8
First Prize – Sofia Toledo Calderon ‘28
Second Prize – Meghan Yarnell ‘28
Sandy Stewart
Junior and Senior School Art Teacher
IB Examiner and Workshop Leader

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