Scholastic Art & Writing Winners

Congratulations to all our students who won regional accolades in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards!
At the middle school level, eighth grader Lana Campanella won a Gold Key for her short story “Star,” and eighth grader Amelia Tankenson won an Honorable Mention for her photograph “Defying Gravity.”
 
At the high school level, juniors Bianca Barajas and Jenna Rubinstein won Gold Keys for their photography submissions. Barajas won two Gold Keys for her pieces “Golden Girl” and “Drowning City,” as well as a Silver Key and an Honorable Mention for other works in the same category. Rubinstein, who won a Gold Key for her photograph “Rage,” also picked up a Silver Key in that category.
 
Immaculate Heart is proud to have so many of our students recognized for their talents in fields ranging from digital art to film and animation.
 
Now, our Gold Key winners will advance to the national competition, where their works will be judged with the best from all regions. Good luck to our artists!
 
Silver Key winners:
Tea Javier, 10th grade
Keira Martin, 10th grade
Josie Chamberlain, 11th grade
Emma Daukayev, 11th grade
Lola Jamin, 11th grade
Lily Omundson, 11th grade
Charlotte Reynolds, 11th grade
 
Honorable Mentions:
Danielle Sanchez, 10th grade
Emma Daukayev, 11th grade
Catherine Denton, 11th grade
Lola Jamin, 11th grade
Lily Omundson, 11th grade
Mabel Parker, 11th grade
Alexandria Pablo, 12th grade
Victoria Rafaelian, 12th grade
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An independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 6 through 12, Immaculate Heart has been located on a beautiful hillside property in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles since our founding by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1906. We celebrate more than a century of nurturing the spiritual, intellectual, social and moral development of students as they distinguish themselves as women of great heart and right conscience.