Niagara Gazette — • HANNAH WEISS, Starpoint High School – Weiss was awarded 1st place for district and regional for the PTA Reflection Program, had a state entry for visual arts and has academic awards for studio art, drawing and painting, advanced drawing and painting and digital photography. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Math Honor Society, Science Olympiad, Link Crew, varsity cross country and varsity track and field. Hannah was also awarded the AP Scholar Award with honors and the Starpoint Scholar Award. She plans to attend the University at Buffalo and will major in Chemical Engineering.
• EMILY NOSKO, Wilson High School – Nosko has taken numerous classes in art to include: studio art; drawing and painting; ceramics and sculptures; illustration; advanced drawing and painting, and advanced ceramics and sculptures. She is a member of the National Honor Society (treasurer), Honor College at Brockport and SCVA at University at Buffalo. She has been class treasurer for three years and was the recipient of Merit Awards at the Wilson Free Library Art Show. She plans to attend SUNY Brockport and will major in Computer Science.
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• RYAN KELLER, Barker High School – Kellar has taken every available art class at Barker High School. He participated in his high school’s concert choir for three years and the school's 2013 play. He will be going into the Armed Services before attending college. He then plans on attending Alfred University and will major in art education a art history.
• ANNA HUEBSCHMANN, Lewiston-Porter High School – Huebschmann's classes in art include: ceramics; sculpture; AP 3D and traditional photography. She was awarded Best in Ceramics for the District Art Show 2013, Best in Sculpture District Art Show 2014, as well as the Century Leader Award. She is a member of the National Honor Society (treasurer), the Art National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Ski Club (treasurer) and Art Club (co-president). She will major in Biology. Her college is undecided.