High School Fine Arts Winners Announced

WVCEA Fine Arts competition was held at Appalachian Bible College on March 10-11. CLCS students competed in areas of speech, art, music, and academics. First place winners are eligible to compete at the national level at Bob Jones University next month.

Choric Speaking – 1st place and eligible for Nationals

Jay Huff & Isaiah Moncrief – Debate – 1st place and eligible for Nationals

Jay Huff – U.S. History and Geography  – 1st place and eligible for Nationals

Nathan Argento – Chemistry – Superior Rating and Eligible for Nationals

Hannah Dietz – Female Vocal Solo – Excellent Rating

Small Vocal Ensemble – Excellent Rating

Large Vocal Ensemble – Excellent Rating

Christopher Turner – Design Construction – 2nd place

Sarah Argento – Monochromatic Drawing – Superior Rating

Nathan Argento  – Monochromatic Drawing – Excellent Rating

Stacy Curtis – Acrylic Painting – 3rd place

These students will be traveling to BJU to compete at the national level:

Abigail Anderson

Nathan Argento

Morgan Cook

Jon Dillon

Kiersten Edge

Jeymilin Estep

Alison Holmes

Jay Huff

Wade Kirk

Noah McFarland

Isaiah Moncrief

Andrew Nolan

Gavin Osborne

Hunter Salmon

Jackson Short

Parker Vance

Breanna Webb

Congratulations and good luck!

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