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And please fill out an LAUSD Meal Application: We need 100% participation to ensure the program's success:
LAUSD Meal Application 2015–16: achieve.lausd.net/mealapp
Questions? Call Food Services: (213) 241-3185
Grand Arts is proud to present an original music video Dream It! Do It!
Showcasing Grand Arts students following their dreams!
Directed and Choreographed by Debbie Allen
Art Student Honored with National Tour
Grand Arts student Josue Lopez's art work His Past Lives has been selected for the Art.Write.Now.Tour 2015–2016, the national travelling exhibition of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. His work will be featured at galleries, museums, and cultural spaces in Florida, Indiana, South Dakota, and Nevada.
August Wilson Competition Recap
MOCA Teen Night Features 10 Grand Arts Students
Congratulations to the following VAPA students who were selected for the exhibition at MOCA Teen Night April 11 at MOCA Geffen in Little Tokyo! Jasmin Ortega, Jung Hun Lee, Derek Luu, Camille Papa, Molly Kleinman, Crystal Sandoval, Jackson Crites, Patrick (PJ) Buckmar, Michelle Morales, Besso Mercado.
Grand Arts Visual Arts Students Excel in National Scholastic Awards
The following Visual Arts Academy Students received a total of 7 National Scholastic Awards:
Their efforts represent the top artworks in the nation as chosen by a jury panel of professors, art professionals and artists. The gold medal recipients are invited along with their teachers and families to a national gala ceremony and art show of their work at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Congratulations, students and teachers! This is our highest number of national Scholastic awards ever!
Grand Arts Artists Get the Gold
Going for Gold, the title of our current student art show, refers to our students' collective attempts and efforts to create the best artwork they can in pursuit of Gold Key Award distinction in the prestigious annual National Scholastic Art competition. In 2014 we went up against literally every private, public, and charter school in California for this event and emerged with the second highest total of awards in the state.
This year California was merged into the West Region-at-Large, so we were up against all schools not only in California but also in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, Montana and Wyoming as well. How did we do? Grand Arts students won more awards (159) than any other school in the entire west region!
Music Center Spotlight Award Winners
Grand Arts had two big winners in the Music Center's annual Spotlight Theatre Awards! Shan Shaikh received third place/honorable mention and $1,000. Wayne Mackins was chosen as one of the two Grand Prize Winners and will receive $5000 in addition to his performing at Disney Hall. Congratulations to you both for your outstanding work!
August Wilson Monologue Competition Finalists
We are thrilled to announce that five of our student actors—Paul Vincent III, Philip Patrick Bucknor, Trecey Dory, Wayne R. Mackins-Harris, and Wendy R. Morrow—were among the 12 Regional Finalists for Center Theatre Group's August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Five Grand Arts Students Recognized by YoungArts
Congratulations to each of our student winners, as well their faculty, for their individual excellence and achievement. Grand Arts is proud to announce five winners this year:
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