Numerous CCHS students received high honors in art competitions this year. The congressional district art competition: First-place was awarded to Deseree Horseson, and third place was awarded to Shelby Maiden.
The Knoxville Museum of Art (KMA) student art exhibition: Shelby Maiden’s piece was on display at the KMA.
“Point in Time” poster contest: Alyssa White’s design was produced as a poster to be used to help end homelessness in Campbell County.
“Me & Myself” competition: Amber Allen, Kenzie McQuary, Michaela Jones, Deseree Horseson, Shelby Maiden each had their respective pieces on display at the Austin Peay Art Gallery.
Wildlife Forever’s “State Fish” competition: First place was awarded to Deseree Horseson, second place to Brooke Sharp and third place to Amber Allen in the tenth- to twelfth-grade division. In the seventh- to ninth-grade division, Whitney Underwood was awarded third place.
Junior Federal Duck Stamp competition: First place was awarded to Madison Conrad in the tenth- to twelfth-grade division include Amber Allen, Brooke Sharp, Christina Jackson, Theron Overbay, Michaela Jones, Savannah Stewart, Alex Smiddy and Lexie Gross; in the seventh- to ninth-grade division, honorable mentions were given to Brittany Hall, Alexis North, Nicole White, Rebecca Marson and Amber Finkenbine.
The CCHS art department will host its annual art show on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. in the commons of Campbell County High School. Admission is free.