First Annual Fine Arts Signing Day

Seniors commit to pursue fine arts degrees at colleges and universities across the country

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First Annual Fine Arts Signing Day

The Fine Arts Program hosted a signing day on May 6 for the 12 seniors who will pursue a fine arts degree in college.

The Fine Arts Program hosted a signing day on May 6 for the 12 seniors who will pursue a fine arts degree in college.

The Fine Arts Program hosted a signing day on May 6 for the 12 seniors who will pursue a fine arts degree in college.

The Fine Arts Program hosted a signing day on May 6 for the 12 seniors who will pursue a fine arts degree in college.

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The first annual Fine Arts Signing Day was held after school on Monday, May 6. As an audience of friends, family, and teachers took their seats in the Young Center Auditorium, 12 seniors proudly sat on stage wearing t-shirts from the colleges and universities they’ll be attending next year to pursue a fine arts degree. The fine arts programs represented included music technology, guitar, dance, drama, and band. Congratulations to all students!

1. Jacob Ruggiero (music technology) – Middle Tennessee State University

2. Kyle Cochran (guitar) – University of Georgia

3. Emily Foster (guitar) – University of Southern California

4. Caroline Hall (guitar) – University of Mississippi

5. Gabby McClusky (guitar) – Georgia College and State University

6. Melani Macik (guitar) – Georgia State

7. Carmella Durand (dance) – Kennesaw State University

8. Versailles Jones (dance) – The University of the Arts

9. Blake Buhler (drama) – Long Island University Post

10. Clare Hungeling (drama) – Marymount Manhattan College

11. Ava Polvino (drama) – Loyola Marymount University

12. Justin Paetznick (band) – Georgia College and State University