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FACE Scholastics High School Arts & Writing Competition 2016

Jun 06, 2016 03:24PM ● By Press Release

This year’s competition was a huge success! Over the past few months, we received many talented works of visual and written art. Final decisions were difficult for the judges due to the exceptional entries submitted by local teens.  We'd like to thank all of the students who entered, as well as the teachers and parents who provided encouragement.

FACE Scholastics is an annual event designed to support the artistic expression and endeavors of Acadiana’s high school students. Entrants who placed in the contest were awarded certificates and given the opportunity for public exposure of their work. We hope that they will be encouraged to continue to share their creative talent with the community and world.

For a list of winners:

Scholarship Recipient

FACE Magazine is dedicated to helping the youth of Acadiana succeed in the educational arena. The Scholastics High School Scholarship program is to provide scholarships to deserving high school graduating seniors from the Acadiana region who will be attending a Louisiana based college or university within the same year as their entry.

This year’s Scholarship recipient was Renee Longon for her painting entry titled, Sunday Morning. Renee is a senior at St. Thomas More Catholic High School and the daughter of Yvonne and Scott Longon. She is attending ULL in the fall pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art with a concentration in Computer Art and Animation and a minor in French.

Visual Art Winners:


Insecure by Caroline Toups                             Pop by Laina Robinson




Broken by Elisa Baranco

                                                                                         Primitive Endeavors by Anna Bostick



by Emma Young

                                                                               Sunday Morning by Renee Longon



Petit fils de fleurs by Caroline Daigle                                   Bloom by Xiao Ma

                                       Pandora by Nelson Augulliard