Each year, thousands of students all over the country enter the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for the opportunity to earn scholarships and have their works exhibited or published. This year, Upper School student-artists received 23 Scholastic Art Awards in categories including painting, photography, sculpture and ceramics.

Four students received Gold Keys, a designation that represents “the very best work submitted to local programs.” Senior Jared Rayman earned a Gold Key in ceramics, while juniors India Behl, Blaise Reyes and Tanner Walton were recognized with Gold Keys in photography. Walton’s work received two Gold Keys. Gold Key-winning entries will be displayed at the Savannah College of Art and Design in March and are automatically submitted for national-level recognition.

Pace students honored with 2019 Scholastic Art Awards are:

Gold Key
India Behl, photography
Jared Rayman, ceramics
Blaise Reyes, photography
Tanner Walton, photography (2)

Silver Key
Blaise Reyes, photography (3)
Mary Lawson Bring, photography
India Behl, photography
Conor Hartman, ceramics
Ryan Kann, sculpture
Chase Karamanolis, ceramics
Tanner Walton, photography

Honorable Mention
India Behl, photography (4)
Conor Hartman, ceramics (2)
Jared Rayman, ceramics
Blaise Reyes, photography (2)