Cy-Springs student wins Scholastic Gold art award
Cy-Springs High School art student Kelly Luk recently earned a Gold Key Award for her Scholastic Art and Writing mixed media entry.
Luk's art now competes for a national award in New York City. National winners are honored at Carnegie Hall in June.
Luk recently attended a reception at the Harris County Department of Education, the regional sponsor of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, which saw over 2,000 regional entries this year.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards identifies and documents outstanding achievements of young artists and writers. Yearly, 75,000 students in grades seven through 12 participate through regional programs. About 25,000 students advance to national competition. At the national level, Gold Portfolio Award recipients take home $10,000 in scholarships.