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Twenty Southlake Students Celebrate Futures in Fine Arts

Apr 25, 2018 02:31PM ● By Maleesa Johnson

Today, bright and early at Carroll Senior High School in the Student Activity Center, 20 students participated in the 3rd Annual Fine Arts Celebration Ceremony.

The ceremony was similar to that of an athletic signing day, honoring students who will continue pursuing their passions after graduation. Students honored today made it through a rigorous two-step process of not only being accepted by their future university, but the fine arts (design, architecture, music, theatre) degree program as well. In order to even be considered, students had to submit portfolios, go through interviews or auditions. 

Be sure to congratulate these creatives when you see them!

Caroline Allen, Georgia Tech- Industrial Design

Malini Chandra, The New School, Parsons, New York City- Bachelor of Fine Arts

Abby Drake, The University of Texas - Austin- Visual Art Studies

Eleanor Musier, The University of Texas - Austin- Bachelor of Fine Arts

Claire Noorhasan, Syracuse University- Bachelor of Architecture

Raegan Smythe, University of Texas - Austin- Visual Art Studies

Ashli Towry, Columbus College of Art and Design- Bachelor of Fine Arts - Art Therapy

Nicole Young, Pratt Institute- Illustration

Shang Wang, Parsons School of Design - Illustration

Kyle Cantrell, Indiana University - Jazz Studies and Music Education

Gretchen Casel, University of North Texas- Music Education

Kaylee Cordes, Texas Christian University- Music Education

David Coughlin, University of North Texas- Music- Classical Trombone

Olivia David, Belmont University- Bachelor of Arts/Songwriting

Walter Gaman, Indiana University- Music and Neurological Sciences

Liam McCabe, University of North Texas- Jazz Studies - Guitar

Nathan Pollard, University of Texas at Arlington- Music Education

Ian Votaw, University of North Texas- Jazz Studies - Bass

Anna Chase Lanier- University of Cincinnati- BFA Musical Theatre

Zoya Naqvi, University of Southern California- BFA Stage Management