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Spring Photo & Art Contest 2019

For the first Photo & Art Contest, students were encourged to submit photos, traditional or digital art that explores the theme of Providence Pioneers. Their work various from their favorite place or memory on campus, to a visual of what being a Pioneer means to them, to everyday classes or a sketch of how they embody the school’s values.

Thank you to all the students that participated in our first Art & Photo Contest. There were over 40 submissions across all grade levels and our judges had a very tough time selecting the winners. To view the winners and all contest entries, please view the gallery below. 

Photo & Art Contest Winners

Julietta Karamanukyan submission

Submitted by Julietta Karamanukyan '20

Julia Karamanukyan '20
Grade 11

Medium: DSLR Photography, edited


This photo I believe is a great description of Compassion. During a special event we all enjoy theme day as a community no matter if a certain class wins or not we are all gathered together through friendship and joy. On our way back to the campus I noticed two of my classmates in this position and it caught my eye and I knew I had to capture it. The photo bought me so much joy because I knew that no matter what their friendship will always be present. Providence is a great example of Compassion. There is going to always be someone who will be there no matter what whether it's a counselor, a teacher, coach, or a friend there will always be someone to comfort. 
 

Stephanie Ko Submission '19

Submitted by Stephanie Ko '19

Stephanie Ko '19
Grade 12

Medium: 3-D Art, Mixed Media


Title: “ Providence: A Place to Serve, A Place to Belong”
This piece is dedicated to the memories and the people who made my high school experience an adventure of a lifetime. I concentrated on my daily routines from my four years at school. I did so because. at the end of the day it is not only the special events that make something memorable but doing the things you love every day. From this loving PHS community, I have learned, loved, and served here and thus I have come to truly appreciate the people that make up this community. All in all, I recognize that through my growth here Providence is a place to serve and to be served and finally a place to belong.

This piece was inspired by the following and for this I would like to thank them: THANK YOU!

To Mrs. Castro, Ms. Martin, Mr. Scuito, and Mr. Siy, as leaders of our PHS community thank you for portraying to all values of service and love every day in the morning at school.

To Lunch servers and the Dadouhs who provide the community with healthy, fresh, and delicious food every day.

To ALL the teachers who with great patience educate students at Providence in class.

To my peers who were my friends, lessons, and family.

To the MPR for hosting events like Inktober.

To the Gym for holding the school masses, prep rallies, games and school dances.

To the Art Room for providing me a space to create and to grow as an artist. And though not included in the art. 

To the PHS security and cleaning team, thank you for protecting Providence and for maintaining it at tip-top shade.

To the PHS Counselors who comfort, and mentor the student To the sisters at Providence for always showcasing love and care.

To the ALL the others who work in the background who make providence what it is, thank you!

Melody Villar Submission

Submitted by Melody Villar '19

Melody Villar '19
Grade 12

Medium: DLSR Photography, edited


The black and white filter makes the banner focal point pop out which represents the students of Providence.

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