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The Superintendent's High School Art Show

Contact Information

The Arts

360-725-4966
Janet Hayakawa
Arts Program Supervisor
360-725-4966

The Superintendent's High School Art Show is an annual event co-hosted by OSPI and the Washington Art Education Association (WAEA). High school students from all nine of the state's educational service districts (ESDs) participate in this artistic celebration each year. The finalists from these regional ESD shows are invited to participate in the Superintendent's High School Art Show.

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2020 Washington State Youth Art Month Flag

2019 YAM Flag Winner 

Washington State Youth Art Month Flag

by a student in Connie Richards Aigner class at Enumclaw High School in the Enumclaw School District.

The Washington Arts Education Association sponsors an annual event that provides an opportunity for students to design a flag representing and in celebration of the arts; dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts. The submission chosen for this year's flag was created by a student in Connie Richards Aigner class at Enumclaw High School in the Enumclaw School District.