Student Art Contest

Participating Schools & Art Teachers

Award Ceremony Planned

We are very pleased to have 31 area middle and high schools participating in the 2014 Student Art Contest!
The awards ceremony will take place in the campus theatre on Saturday, April 5, beginning at noon.
UW-WC Dean, Dr. Alan Paul Price and WCCF Director, Iva Thelen will present the awards.
A Power Point presentation of all the contest artwork will be included in the presentation.
Admission is free.


Campbellsport Middle School, Erin Nelson
Campbellsport High School, Linda Boehlke


Webster Transitional School, Charlene Owens


St. Paul Lutheran School, Diane Schumann


Erin Public, Liz Schuler
Hartford Central Middle School, Pam Brandt
Hartford Union High School, Dawn Ramano-Bloomer


Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School, Kate Schaffer
Living Word Lutheran High School, Amber Groth


Holy Trinity School, Cheryl Hofschulte
Kewaskum High School, Rachel Hassler, Jenalee Berry


Lomira Middle School, Dwaine Dailey
Lomira High School, Dwaine Dailey


Mayville Middle School, Brittni Nelson
Mayville High School, Sarah Heidman

Menomonee Falls

North Middle School, Jeanette Cassidy
Menomonee Falls High School, Terra Chmielewski


Homestead High School, Kat Hustedde
Lake Shore Middle School, Diane Berndt
Lumen Christi School, Ann Groth
Steffen Middle School, Diane Berndt

Port Washington

Thomas  Jefferson Middle School, Katie Feyereisen
Port Washington High School, Katie Feyereisen


Slinger Middle School, Gail Hefti
Slinger High School, Chris Graziano

West Bend

Badger Middle School, Keely Welton and Joseph Bertsch
Holy Angels School, Cheryl Hofschulte
St. Frances Cabrini School, Deb Pettit
Silverbrook Middle School, Michelle Bartelt
West Bend East High School, Deb Prahl and Jay Krueger
West Bend West High School, Deb Prahl and Jay Krueger


Contest rules allow each participating school to submit up to 15 entries. Middle school art falls into four media categories which include: Single Media (watercolor, acrylic, colored chalk,etc), Mixed Media (2 or more media, such as paint and ink, marker and crayon, etc), Black & White (pen, pencil, charcoal) and 3D/Ceramic and Jewelry (ceramic, sculpture, jewelry, books, etc.). High school art falls into five media categories which include photography as well as the four categories listed for middle school.