EHS Student Wins National Gold Key Award in Art

Apr 22, 2015 | District News Release

Kyle Peterson Kyle Pedersen, an Emporia High School junior, has received a National Gold Key Award in the  2015 National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for a jewelry piece, “Spurs.”

 This is the highest award a high school art student can earn and one of only 23 received this year  by Kansas students. His artwork will be on exhibit around the country for two years, according to  Joshua Pavlik, EHS Art Department Chairperson.

Kyle is a student of art teacher Jan Spade and his is the son of Shaun and Amy Pedersen of Emporia. spurs

Follow this link for a list of all national awards by state and by school.

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