Del Mar Hills students ‘Dream, Believe and Inspire’ for PTA Reflections competition

All Del Mar Hills Academy students who participated in Reflections were recognized for their contributions.

Del Mar Hills Academy participated in the PTA Reflections competition this fall, in which students created entries in the categories of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. These entries contained each student’s interpretation of the theme of  “Believe, Dream, Inspire.” People were recruited from the community who had the talents and interest necessary to judge the student submissions. The results were on display in the school’s Performing Arts Center in November, along with the judge’s comments, and the efforts of the students were celebrated.

Del Mar Hills Principal Julie Lerner high-fives kindergartner Kyra Poulin as fellow kindergartners Cambree Bigelow and Noah Hill look on. Courtesy photos

The winning entries going on to district competition are:

• Cambree Bigelow (Kindergarten) in Literature

•Jasmine Criqui (4th) in Literature

•Kat Crosby (5th) in Literature

•Noah Hill (Kindergarten) in Photography

•Wesley Hill (3rd) in Photography

• Jolie Ana Hoyle (6th) in Dance Choreography

• Cameron Cooper (4th) in Film

• Eli Sanchez (4th) in Film

•Marlo Roberts (Kindergarten) in Visual Arts

•Lily Spence (5th) in Visual Arts

•Sofia Kone (6th) in Visual Arts

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Creek Reflections
  2. Del Mar Hills Academy honors Noah Severns
  3. Del Mar Hills third grade students at Lagoon Days
  4. Torrey Pines High School students win big in science and technology competition
  5. Del Mar Hills’ Learning Garden blooms for students

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