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Kemule Segura, Staff Writer

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Mrs. Miranda, a CTAE instructor and F.B.L.A advisor at Bishop Hall, saw that many of her students demonstrate strong artistic talents as they create a variety of projects in her classes. She approached them with the idea of submitting some of their work to various competitions and the students were excited at the prospect of displaying their works. Mrs. Miranda is excited about this new venture for BHCS students and stated that “we have one more competition in the spring and I’m excited to see more winners!”

Many of those who participated were recognized for their excellent work and the overall results for each competition are listed below:

  • Takaya Muse – Honorable Mention in The One Book Competition
  • Jada Gatlin – 3rd place at the Georgia State National Fair
  • Wyatt Vinson – 2nd place at the Deep South Fair
  • Sydney Born – 3rd place at the Deep South Fair
  • Wyatt Vinson – Honorable Mention at the Deep South Fair

 

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