Academy of Holy Angels Students Recognized in Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
All three winning students are sophomores at the Demarest, NJ prep school.
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Gian’s poem “My Brother Shot Me in the Stomach” was inspired by a dream she had about her brother–which he later embarrassed her about in front of their friends.
“I felt that my dream had warned me about the future by showing my brother would ‘betray’ me,” Gian said.
All three girls are sophomores at Academy of Holy Angels and are active members of the school community, participating in Angels on Air, the AHA newspaper and literary magazines, athletics, and more extracurriculars. To learn more about the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and how to enter–and to see a list of national award winners come June–visit the Awards website. Students who win National Gold Medals or Special Achievement Awards will be honored at Carnegie Hall at a special ceremony in June.
Main Image: Natasha, Isabella, and Gian. Courtesy Jennifer Crusco