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2020 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards

2020 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards

The Woodstock Academy Fine Arts Department would like to congratulate the following students for their winning artwork in the 2020 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards! This competition recognizes high school students from across the country for their achievement in various types of art media. Students who receive a Gold Key move on to compete nationally with other students in their respective categories. It is a tremendous honor for all winners, and all deserve to be congratulated!

Scholastics will host a virtual exhibition and awards celebration that will take place on February 26, 2021. More information can be found at

Congratulations to the following students:

Vincent Tocci '22: Honorable Mention (Scholastic Writing)
Critical Essay, “Take These Broken Wings and Learn to Fly: How We Clipped the USPS's Wings”

Mallory Tyimok '21: Gold Key
CAEA/Arnini Best in Digital Art
Category: Digital Art
Title: Fading Florals

Artwork by Mallory Tyimok

Ella Favreau '23: Gold Key
Category: Mixed Media
Title: Honfluer, France

Artwork by Ella Favreau

Aiden Finch '24: Silver Key
Category: Digital Art
Title: Vicious Dawn

Artwork by Aiden Finch

Noah Page '23: Honorable Mention
Category: Mixed Media
Title: Breezy Bluffs

Artwork by Noah Page

Han Zheng '22: Honorable Mention
Category: Digital Art
Title: Acceptation

Artwork by Han Zheng



The Woodstock Academy is an independent, day and boarding, co-educational, college preparatory high school for grades 9–12 and postgraduates located in Woodstock, CT. The mission of The Woodstock Academy is to prepare all students by providing diverse opportunities through a rigorous curriculum and a variety of programs in order to cultivate the necessary skills to become lifelong learners and global citizens.