San Marino High School PTSA Announces 2020 Reflections Art Program Winners

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Top Row: Chih- Wei Kuo 12th Grade (First Place-Film), Marco Repetto 11th Grade (2nd Place-Photography), Makheer Singh 10th Grade (2nd Place-Music Composition). Mid-row: Joanne Park 11th Grade (2nd Place-Visual Art), Anjali Rao 11th Grade (3rd Place-Photography), Esther Lian 10th Grade (1st Place-Visual Arts; 1st Place (Literature). Bottom Row: Katherine Gutierrez 10th Grade (3rd Place-Visual Arts), Shanthi Rao 11th Grade (Special Artist- 1st Place-Visual Arts), Lucas B. Chen 11th Grade (2nd Place-Literature).

Congratulations to all students who participated in this year’s Reflections Art Program! Everyone did an amazing job in all categories displaying this year’s theme: “I Matter Because…”. The Community is invited to come and view the artworks from San Marino Schools District-wide Reflections Showcase.

National PTA’s Reflections program provides opportunities for recognition and access to the arts which boost student confidence and success in the arts and in life. Each year, over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme. This 50+ year-old program helps them explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful in school and in life. The theme for the 2020-2021 program year is I Matter Because… Students submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts. For more information, go to

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