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“The Leap of Motherhood,” an acrylic painting by Julia Im ’23, received a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Im is one of 35 art award recipients from the school.

Students receive awards in visual arts and writing

Grant Park February 13, 2022

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards announced the 2021-2022 regional competition winners Jan. 28. With 17 honorees in the writing category and 35 honorees in the art category, 52 total students from...

Entertainment or Entrancement?

Entertainment or Entrancement?

Chronicle Staff January 29, 2020

In the midst of awards season, it’s easy to find ourselves enthralled by luxurious designer dresses, velvet red carpets and captivating performances. Celebrities open envelopes to announce the winners...

YoungArts recognizes 10 artists

Madi Massey December 1, 2018

The National YoungArts Foundation recognized eleven students from the school as finalists, honorable mentions and merit winners in its 2019 competition. The winners represented various different categories...

School honors students, faculty for achievements at awards ceremony

Sophie Haber May 29, 2018

Valedictorian – Vivian Lu ’18 Salutatorian – Nicole Bahar ’18 Lester Medvene Award – Zoe Redlich ’20 Cuscaden Blackwood Medal – Caroline Cook ’19 Renssalaer Medal – Sarah Moon ’19 Jerry...

CNPA and ASPA recognize Chronicle

Casey Kim October 13, 2017

The California News Publishers Association granted The Chronicle awards in the 2016 CNPA Better Newspapers Contest. Volume 26 of the Chronicle received awards from the CNPA and American Scholastic Press...

Students recognized for achievements in language classes

Kaitlin Musante May 16, 2017

The Foreign Languages Department inducted students into the World Languages Honors Society in celebration of their achievements in studying Spanish, French, Chinese and Latin on May 16. In addition to...

Students named Scholastic Art & Writing Award recipients

Kate Schrage February 6, 2017

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards named 119 students as gold key, silver key and honorable mention recipients for the regional competition on Friday. Sixteen students were awarded for writing and...

Nearly 4,000 students gathered at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis to go to an awards ceremony at the JEA/NSPA convention. Jake Liker ’17 placed first in the multimedia sports category for his story “Cassius Stanley: Smooth Operator.” Credit: Lucas Gelfond/Chronicle

Publications receive awards at convention

Emory Kim November 23, 2016

The Chronicle won seventh place Best of Show in the "Newspaper Broadsheet" category and sixth place Best of Show in the "Publication Website Small School" category at the Journalism Education Association/National...

Students receive Scholastic Art Awards

Isabelle Eshraghi February 12, 2016

Photography Gold Key Arianna Shooshani ’18 Naomi Barlava ’17 Gabi Berchtold ’18 Natalie Choi ’18 Maddy Daum ’18 Oceania Eshraghi ’18 Karina Guo ’18 Abbie Howell ’18 Nicole Kim...

TWO FACED: Max Hernand 18 and Kate Von Mende 18  face each other in a photograph submitted by Arianna Shooshani 18 to the YoungArts contest. Printed with permission of Arianna Shooshani 18

YoungArts program recognizes 7 artists

Jacqueline Ayestas November 22, 2015

YoungArts recognized Oceania Eshraghi ’18, Elizabeth Gaba ’17, Samantha Ho ’16, Dylan Schifrin ’16, Arianna Shooshani ’18, Nick Steele ’16 and Adam Yaron ’16 for their contest submissions. Out...

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