Classes begin Wednesday, August 22nd.
This year, 130 works of art from twelve school districts were submitted for judging to become part of the 2018 Visually Literate High School Art Show. Benjy Davies, professor of art at the University of Rio Grande was the juror for the show. Only 51 works of art were chosen. Two of those came from Oak Hill High School. Laika Myers and KeAnn Wilson were honored for their work at the closing ceremony held on Thursday, May 17th at Shawnee State University.
Laika Myers with her sculpture piece Majora's Mask.
KeAnn Wilson with her mixed media piece If Money Grew on Trees.