Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy


Academy Artists Place at Bartlett Education Foundation Art Show...

On Saturday, the community gathered for the 7th annual Bartlett Student Art show at Singleton. Art teachers can only submit 10 images per course, so being selected to participate is a HUGE honor. The following Academy students received awards for their artwork.
Out of all the Art I classes at BHS and the Academy, the following students won: 1st place - Gabby Toombs, 2nd place  -Addison Sigler, 4th place  -Addison Sigler, Honorable Mention - Kera Din.
Out of all the Art 2 classes at BHS and the Academy, the following students won: 2nd place -Katie Dowell, 3rd place -Olivia Williams, Honorable Mention- Maria Gonzales, Honorable Mention-  Claire LaPorte
Out of all the Photography in the entire district, the following students won:1st place -Michael Sandefer, 2nd place -Hannah Gilmer, 4th place -Madison Abernathy, Honorable Mention- Madison Abernathy.
Out of all the 3d in the entire district, the following student won: Honorable Mention - Olivia Williams.
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Bartlett Academy Spanish Students Performed Muy Bueno on National Spanish Exam

Every year over 155,000 students across the nation participate in the National Spanish Exam. Bartlett Academy’s students worked diligently and excelled this year! Please congratulate the following National Spanish Exam medalists!
Level 1:Gold – Tailyn Tipler - top 1%
Bronze-  top 25%  - Colin Davis, Hannah Ringold, Arely Torres
Level 2: Gold -   top 5% - Alexander Fiodorov – Miller (top 1%), Kevin
Flanary, Vraj Patel, Karston Salsbury
Silver – top 15% - Avery Beard, Kristen Davis, Thien Khau, Maddie
Lietzau, Allison Throm, Isabella Walker, Jany Esquival
Bronze – top 25% - Charity Hawthorne, Alexander Mims, Caelin
Sigman, Heather Simpson, Natalie Spiva
Honorable Mention: Nick Betts, Matthew Brooks, Chris Brown, Meghan
Carpenter, Tyler Cook, Aaliyah Dexter, Katie Dowell, Tia Dubose,
Alexus Headley, Landon Johnson, Leo Osborne, Maddie
Parkinson, Mitch Tilmon, Lauren Williams-Riddle, Kennedy
We also had students that ranked in the Tennessee state competition for the NSE.
Level 1 – Classroom experience  - Tailyn Tipler 4th
Bilingual – Arely Torres 7th
Level 2 - Classroom experience – Alexander Fiodorov-Miller  7th,
Kevin Flanary  18th
Outside experience - Isabella Walker   7th
Bilingual - Jany Esquivel 4th
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Academy Choirs Earn Honors at Competition

Last Friday, the choirs traveled to Colonial Middle School to compete at choral festival. The General Choir received an Excellent rating in Performance and a superior rating in Sight-Reading. The Female Honors Choir received a Superior rating in both Performance and Sight-Reading, and the Honors Mixed Choir also received a Superior rating in both Performance and Sight-Reading.
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The National Awards for Scholastic were just released – Nicklaus Kuntzman’s Self Portrait, which was Gold here, went Silver on the National scale!

The National Awards list combines writing and visual art, so I had to look carefully. Here is a link: (we are on page 176)

Here is a link to what he does next – not sure if it will load on your screen

I suspect Nickolaus will start receiving lots of mail and even offers from art colleges!
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Freshman Artist Wins Best of Show!

Each year, The University of Memphis’ Art Education department has a unique art exhibit featuring the work of Art Educators and their students. Teachers submit one of their own artworks, and an artwork of a male student and a female student, that represent the concept of “Reflections”.

I chose Claire’s self -portrait to represent us in the exhibit, and she won BEST IN SHOW out of 18 schools represented!!! I plan to share this news today in class.

There is a reception and ceremony to honor Claire and all students who participated. The reception is this Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm at the University of Memphis’ Fogleman Gallery. Your family and friends are all invited to attend.

The Gallery is located inside the Art and Communications building, which faces Central Avenue. You can park in the student lot across the street, or in the garage (for $3 an hour), which is located on Innovation St., right off Central.
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