Summit's Jaclyn McCall Among Oak Knoll Students Earning Honors in Regional Art Contest

"Happy Birthday" by Jaclyn McCall.

SUMMIT, NJ - Seven Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child junior and senior student photographers -- including Summit resident and junior Jaclyn McCall -- have been recognized in the 2015 Regional Scholastic Art Contest, and will be featured in a one-month exhibition at the Montclair Art Museum.

There were more than 3,700 student entries, with only 20 to 25 percent of the entrants recognized with Gold Key, Silver Key, or Honorable Mention awards.

The winners attended an opening reception at the Montclair Art Museum, and Gold Key winners will move forward into a national competition.

McCall received Honorable Mention for her photo called “Happy Birthday”.
Other Oak Knoll winners included:

 - Emily Goncalves ’16, of Elizabeth, is a Gold Key winner for her photo called “Wander,” and received Honorable Mention for her photo called “Vege(table)”

- Emily Ott ’15, of Madison, is a Silver Key winner for her photo called “Pulleys & Ropes”

- Emma Schmall ’16, of the Basking Ridge section of Bernads, is a Silver Key winner for her photo called “Bridget”

- Elizabeth Ocker ’15, of Parsippany, received Honorable Mention for her photos “Lone Swing,” “Water Boy” and “Across the Fence” 

·- Brielle Ercole ’15, of Morristown, received Honorable Mention for her photos “Eye of the Beholder” and “As Eye Reflect”

Cassandra Orsi ’16, of Montville, received Honorable Mention for her photo called “French Market”

The Scholastic Student Art Exhibit will be on exhibit at the Montclair Art Museum through March 14.

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