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March 25, 2011

Archdiocesan High School Students Participate in
14th Annual Archdiocese of Philadelphia Student Art Exhibition

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia will host the 14th Annual Student Art Exhibition from March 26 to April 15 at La Salle University. More than 150 students from 18 Catholic high schools will have their worked judged by a panel from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.

Teachers from each participating school selected the art work they thought was best to exhibit. Students will be judged in the categories of drawing, painting, design, printmaking, computer-aided art, photography
mixed media/collage/mosaic, three-dimensional and ceramics. A first, second and third place award will be given in each category.

The high schools participating in the exhibit are Archbishop Ryan High School, Archbishop Wood High School, Bishop McDevitt High School, Bishop Shanahan High School, Cardinal O'Hara High School, Conwell-Egan High School, Father Judge High School for Boys, Holy Ghost Preparatory School, La Salle College High School, Lansdale Catholic High School, Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls, Monsignor Bonner High School, Archbishop Prendergast High School, Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Pope John Paul II High School, Roman Catholic High School, Saints John Neumann & Maria Goretti Catholic High School, Saint Hubert Catholic High School for Girls and West Philadelphia Catholic High School.

For more information about schools in the Archdiocese, please visit

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Meredith V. Wilson
Communications Specialist

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