Two Chief Sealth students honored in cultural-arts competition

January 5, 2014 at 6:25 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 1 Comment

(Photo by Luke Garlock)
Two students from Chief Sealth International High School were among students from around the city honored at a Seattle Center ceremony today, according to Sealth PTSA president Ted Reed:

Every year, Chief Sealth participates in the national Reflections Program, a National PTA and WSPTA cultural arts competition.

The purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works.

Believe, Dream, Inspire, is the 2013-14 Reflections program theme.

Nine students from CSIHS submitted photographs and for the first time ever, a Sealth student has advanced to the state level of competition.

Congratulations to Lucas Garlock for placing as a finalist with ‘Geographic Girl.’ (top photo)

Also: Allison Steele has been recognized with an honorable mention for her photograph, ‘Reflecting on Reflections.’ (below)

Congrats to Lucas, Allison, and all the students who participated.

Heartfelt thanks to Sarah Martin, Art/CTE Teacher and Lori Douglas, Dean of Students, for promoting and advocating for our students.

1 Comment

  1. Both photos are excellent. Being a professional videographer I really appreciate how the students composed, treated and used classic and time tested techniques. Well done!

    Comment by Seacow — 5:27 pm January 6, 2014 #

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