Yay for Ballard High!

From the My Ballard blog:

Congratulations to Ballard High School students in the Video Production Program for winning the 34th Annual Young People’s Film & Video Festival. More than 150 entries were submitted from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Alaska. Among the 16 chosen were: the short dramas Reflection (by Sheridan Koehler & Blair Scott) and Signs (by Rikke Heinecke, Lizzy O’Laughlin & Tony Meyer) as well as the documentaries Bar Ink (by Robyn Cochrane, Spencer Miller, Georgia Peck & Justin Smith-Mercado) and Henry (by Amelia Elizalde, Levi Friedman, Sean Hendricks & Sheridan Koehler).

Ballard's video production by its students just gets stronger and stronger. Great!


seattle said…
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Unknown said…
This is such terrific news! Thanks for posting.
peonypower said…
that program rocks- and another subject area that cannot be tested by the MAP test.
Stu said…
Hmm . . . too successful. MGJ's going to want to get rid of that program soon.

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