Students at the Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts have not let the pandemic or distance learning slow down their creative efforts. Several visual art and creative writing students have recently been recognized for their talent, imagination, and resourcefulness. 

Keven Briceno, Hunter Hudson-Gessford, Dixie Rivera, Emmy Myers, Yahdira Sarabia, Alexi Hogue and Angela Delgado all had work accepted into the Crocker Art Museum’s Kingsley Art Club High School Regional competition. Over 40 schools in a 100 mile radius of Sacramento submitted entries. A total of 72 student pieces will be on exhibit at the museum (initially, only virtually) March 4 until May 8, 2021. The MCAA students’ work included drawings, paintings, and digital art (images included below). 

Yuba Sutter Arts and Culture will host the regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Ceremony on Monday, February 22nd at 6 PM on their Facebook page and YouTube Channel. Eighteen MCAA Creative Writing students will receive regional recognition at the Yuba Sutter Arts ceremony with two students, Aubrie Amons (Gold Key, American Visions Nominee) and Noah Mote (two Gold Keys) moving on to the National competition. In addition, eleven MCAA art students will receive recognition at the ceremony with five students, Hope Cross (American Visions Nominee), Angela Delgado (American Visions Nominee), Alexi Hogue (Gold Key), Hunter Hudson-Gessford (American Visions Nominee), and Hannah Thayn (Gold Key) moving on to the National competition (images included below). 

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Program was founded in 1923 and, for nearly a century, has inspired bold ideas in creative teens throughout the country. Notable alumni include Robert Redford, Slyvia Plath, Andy Warhol, and John Updike. The national Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Program annually receives over 300,000 student entries from around the world. The Northern California Art Region includes the counties of Colusa, Nevada, Placer, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba.
 
Our school newsletter "Dragon Tales" is a great way to find out what's happening at MCAA. Click here to read the latest edition: February 2021 Newsletter 
 
Students in MCAA's Literary Magazine Club publish a monthly Lit Magazine highlighting student art and writing work. Check out the latest edition here: October 2020
The 2020-2021 Student Year Calendar is available here: Student Calendar, and in the Academics section of the website.