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:
Congratulations and good luck!