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Fine Arts and Electives
Welcome to the East Central High School
Fine Arts and Electives department page!

Mission and Purpose
The mission of the ECHS Fine Arts Department is to prepare students to be successful in a diverse and ever-changing society through experiences in the fine arts and to encourage all students to reach their academic, creative, and expressive potential by fostering a life-long involvement in the arts. The purpose of fine arts education at East Central is to develop a productive citizen by emphasizing the value and uniqueness of the creativeindividual. This curriculum, comprised of visual arts, music, theater and teen leadership, will focus on creativity, skill, appreciation, and the awareness of fine arts. Our teachers will develop and create
Positive connections with students to influence academic performance
Appreciation of the Arts
Critical and creative thinking skills and real world applications
Student self-confidence and self-worth
Appropriate audience response and interpersonal skills
An environment where students can freely participate in self-expression
Well-rounded and culturally sensitive learners
Announcements
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Big Art Day 2015
Big Art Day is an art happening sponsored by the Texas Art Education Association to kickoff national Youth Art Month and raise awareness of art education and art as a creative force in our communities on a BIG statewide and national scale. Special art events will be happening all over the state.
For Big Art Day, East Central High School Art Club and National Art Honor Society unveiled a special collaborative work of art involving 216 student artworks. This work highlights the East Central Art community and many of the people important to it.
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ECHS Artist of the Month
Congratulations to Krystal Zigmond for being selected as East Central High School's October Artist of the Month. Krystal's work was selected by the ECHS administration team to be on display outside the principal's office for the month of October. Others students' works selected to be on display throughout the office include Kyle Mejia, Coral Venegas Rodriguez, Yeritzia Sat, Marqui Pearson, Rachel Majeno, Richard Speegle and Brittney Woodbury. See our slideshow.
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TASA/TASB Convention Art Exhibition
Five East Central ISD student artists were selected to be in the Texas Association of School Administrators/Texas Association of School Boards convention in Dallas. These students' works were on display Sept. 24 and 25 at this important event. Students selected were Hailey of Oak Crest Intermediate, Beya Valenzuela of Heritage Middle School and Catherine Mergele, Abigail Jendrusch and Krystal Zigmond of East Central High School. See the slideshow of their works. Superintendent, Mr. Toscano and Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Birney were at the convention to view the works.
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Superintendent Student of the Month
Congratulations to Christiana Puente, AP art student and Art Club president. She was selected as September's Superintendent of the Month student. We are so proud of Christiana and her accomplishment!
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Homecoming/Chalk It Up
Last week was a busy time for ECHS Art Club/NAHS students. Besides providing facepainting for homecoming and creating the homecoming run-through poster, students also participated in the 11th annual Chalk It Up festival on downtown Houston street. Art Club and National Art Honor Society members created 2 Teamworks chalk murals. The first mural designed by senior, Jazmin Suarez was a tribute to Robin Williams and his famous quote, "You're only given a little spark of madness, so you mustn't lose it." The second mural was designed by senior, Christiana Puente titled, "Art is Awesome" gives tribute to five famous artists as Legos.
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TMEA Vocal Audition
Congratulations to ECHS choir student, Ms. Dominique Eatmon who placed FIRST CHAIR in the Texas Music Educators Association's vocal phase audition, soprano section. She will continue with other ECHS choir students at the TMEA vocal mixed audition next Saturday. This is the first of multiple auditions for the Texas All State Choir. We are very proud of our EC students who compete and represent our school, district, and community with excellence. Please pass your congratulation to Dominique on this remarkable accomplishment.
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PTA Reflections
EXPRESS YOUR CREATIVITY! Every year, our PTSA recognizes the hard work and creativity of our students. This year's theme is "The world would be a better place if..." Students can respond to this theme through literature, film production, dance choreography, musical composition, photography and visual arts.
Rules and guidelines can be found at http://www.txpta.org/programs/reflections/participate/ . Pick up an entry form and turn in work to the ECHS library or any art teacher (rooms 2105, 2106, 2127 & 2128).
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ECISD Art at TASB/TASA Conference
Five district art students are were selected for the art exhibition at the 2014 TASB/TASA Conference in Dallas Sept. 26 to 27. Hailey R., of Oak Crest, Beya Valenzuela of Heritage, Kystral Zigmond, Catherine Mergele and Abigail Jendrusch of East Central HS are represented in this show. Congratulations to these students.
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Artists at Constitutional Cafe
ECHS Art Students participated in the Constitutional Cafe at KLRN on Sept. 17. Four students, junior, Abigail Jendrusch, seniors, Christiana Puente and Courtney Velasquez, and ECHS 2014 graduate, Marvin Davis created original works on site while listening to discussions at this event. They had approximately an hour to respond in a visual work to the question, "Do corporations have the same rights as individuals?" See our slideshow on this page.
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ECHS Student Honor at Governor's Youth Art Exhibition
 ECHS junior, Bailey Lowak, was selected to be part of the annual Youth Art Month Governor's Exhibition at the Texas State Capital.  Bailey's multi-colored reduction print, titled "You Gonna Eat That?" was on display at the capital during March with other artist pre-K to 12 from all over the state, OnMarch 8, she was honored in a reception at the Bob Bullock Museum in Austin.
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State VASE 2014
Twenty ECHS art, photography and animation students competed at the 20th Annual State Visual Art Event in Bryan, Texas.   A slideshow of all works is available on the ECHS Art Club/NAHS site.
All-State Medallists receiving Exemplary ratings were Addaline Alvarez, Dru Bergeron, Mystical Casares, Olivia Corona, Kimberley Gonzalez. Abigail Jendrusch, Gage Juarez, Jessica Kosub, Izabella Leal, Shane Phelan, Johnna Pieniazek, Gracie Price and Alex Zavala.
Johnna Pieniazek and Shane Phelan received top honors by being selected as Gold Seal recipients. Their works will be part of a travelling exhibit of the top VASE works, that will be on display for the next year at a variety of sites, like the Glassell Junior School in Houston, Texas Education Agency in Austin and the Texas Art Education Association conference in San Antonio.  Shane's work is a animated video that can be viewed at http://youtu.be/mSiAqUcu5Lc .
Students receiving excellent and superior ratings were Shelby Benner, Dru Bergeron, Olivia Corona, Gianna Galan, Bailey Lowak, Melissa Luna, Estefany Mora-Zapata, Johnna Pieniazek, Olivia Villalpando, Krystal Zigmond.
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Big Art Day--Miniature Art Museum
 In honor of TAEA's 1st Annual Big Art Day, East Central art students were selected to receive a Miniature Art Museum experience by Spare Parts of San Antonio.  Students viewed a curriated show of local artists' miniature works.  Then students created their own miniature works.  All ECHS art classes participated and created works for our own musuem.  Works will be on display in the library March 17 to 21.
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Advanced Art Survey
 Art students not in Art I, please fill out this survey.  Click on this link.
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Art I Class Survey-Semester 1
 Art I students:  Click on the link to assess the Art I class survey.

Complete Survey Here
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Club Life Shoes for Santa
On Wednesday December 11th our ECHS "club LIFE" members participated in the 2nd annual SHOES FROM SANTA event benefiting the children of the Alazan Apache housing project. This event is put on by Roland's Shoe Rack, a non-profit organization started in memory of a 2007 EC grad and Army veteran Roland Espinoza who died tragically in a car accident in 2010. Club LIFE is proud to serve the community and partner with this fine organization and will be participating in a second SHOES FROM SANTA event on Dec. 18th benefiting the children of the Mirasol Homes.  We are extremely proud of our young people and how they represent themselves and ECHS!
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Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
 Twenty-five ECHS art students were recognized in the 2014 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards with 31 honorable mention, Silver Key and Gold Key awards.  The Gold Key recipients will advance to the National event in New York in January.  Both Silver and Gold Key recipients will be honored in an awards ceremony and exhibition at SaySi, January 24, 2014.  The exhibit will run from January 24 to February 15.  See the slideshow below of all ECHS winners.
Honorable Mention winners are:
Aldrin Deniel Alon-Alon, Addaline Alvarez, Katheryn Bernal, Olivia Corona, Allyson Croom, Marvin Davis (2 individual artworks and Art portfolio), Victoria Fancki, Devin Gonzales, Kimberly Gonzalez, Valerie Lamm, Jordan Lemons, Shauna Lenberg, Estefany Mora Zapata, Grace Price (2 individual artworks), Christiana Puente, Leeann Sanchez and Brittany Woodbury.
Silver Key winners are:
Dru Bergeron (1 individual artwork and Art portfolio), Olivia Corona, Shaina Franckowiak, Abigail Jendrusch, Bailey Lowak, Miranda Mejia (Art Portfolio), Joanna Sierra.
Gold Key winners who will advance to National event:
Abigail Jendrusch (2 individual artworks)
Rachel Parker
Alex Zavala 
Area Choir Results
Congratulations to John Pond and Gracie Wilson on advancing to area choir as alternates. All of our choral students this year have worked hard and shown EC PRIDE in our region and area resulting in tremendous reward. We are proud of the accomplishments of these students. 

Area Band Honors
 A big congratulations to Marissa Marmolejo,(flute), Jose Sierra and Matt Hester (trumpets) for receiving area band honors yesterday at New Braunfels Canyon High School. Marissa is the first flute player in many years to get to this level. Marissa is a student of Ashley Roberts. This is the second year that Jose has been playing. This shows true dedication for him to achieve this status. Matt has been a great inspiration to many in his role as drum major this year. The students will be vying for a spot in the All State Band at the next audition which will occur at UT in Austin on  Saturday, January 11th.
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Regional Band
 Congratulations to the following 4 students who made Zone 1 Region Band. They will be moving on to compete for a chance at Area competition on Tuesday, Dec. 3rd. at Canyon High School in New Braunfels.

  • Mariel Perez 13th. Chair Clarinet
  • Jose Sierra 8th. Chair Trumpet
  • Matthew Hester 10th. Chair Trumpet 
  • Meagan Whittley 9th, Chair                 
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District Band

Congratulations to the following 11  students who made District Band this past Saturday .

  • Marrisa Marmolejo 1st. Chair District
  • Sarah Niemeier 1st.Chair District
  • Kayylen Fernandez-6th. Chair Clarinet
  • Isaiah Alonzo 1st. Chair District                    
  • Gracie Wilson-8th.. Chair Trumpet
  • Jose Lopez 9th. Chair Trumpet
  • Brianna Delgado-4th. Chair French Horn
  • T J Pinales 4th. Chair Trombone
  • Logan Simmang-2nd. Chair Bass Trombone
  • Katy Snider-2nd. Chair Baritone
  • Jacob Iglesias- 3rd. Chair District
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EC's Got Talent
Please congratulate the following students on winning ECGT 2013:
GRAND CHAMPIONS
"Expressionless" - Eddie Moran, Austin Burk, Brandon Lopez, Mark Aranda, Jamaro Mann
1st PLACE CATEGORY WINNERS
Ashley Criado - Vocal Solo
Treble Makers - Music Group
Samantha Truppner / Colton Scott - Comedy/Skit
Ashley Sneed - Dance
It was an incredible show. Thanks to the many students, faculty, and administration for working together to make ECGT 2013 a dynamic success! 
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ECHS Art Students in First Friday Art Show
Over 100 ECHS art students were selected for a "First Friday" show at the J & M Studio Gallery in the Blue Star Contemporary Art Complex on November 1.  Thank you to the many teachers, parents, administrators and students who came out in support of these students.  For pictures, visit our slideshow at the bottom of this page or at the Art Club/NAHS page.
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HS Honors Performance at Carnegie Hall
After a summer of intense rehearsals and auditions, the following ECHS music students were selected for the American High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall:
Choir  
Ashley Criado
Tabitha Greene (3rd year)
Madison Miller
John Pond
Samantha Truppner
Orchestra (Percussion)
Justin Ochoa
Band (Flute)
Jennifer Garza (Runner-up)
These students will represent ECISD in New York City in Feb. 2014 for an experiential week of rehearsals culminating in an evening performance in the world renowned Carnegie Hall. This is a significant achievement and highlights the increasing success of the music students of East Central. Please offer your congratulations to these fantastic individuals. Hard work pays!!
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TMEA All-State and Regional Choir Auditions
This has been a remarkable year for ECHS Choir. The Texas Music Educator's Association (TMEA) All-State and Region Choir auditions have been in full swing, and East Central students have garnered what is arguably the best in our history. Congratulations to the following ECHS Choir members:
Tabitha Greene  MIXED REGION CHOIR (also advancing in All State audition process)
Dominique Eatmon  MIXED REGION CHOIR (also advancing in All State audition process)
John Pond  MIXED REGION CHOIR (also advancing in All State audition process)
Gracie Wilson  MIXED REGION CHOIR 
David Solis, Jr  MIXED REGION CHOIR 
Anthony Lazzeroni  Alternate  MIXED REGION CHOIR 
Colton Scott  Alternate MIXED REGION CHOIR 
Jacob Recio  Alternate MIXED REGION CHOIR 
Ashley Criado  TREBLE REGION CHOIR
Madison Miller  TREBLE REGION CHOIR
Jackalyn Gloria  TREBLE REGION CHOIR
Marissa Marmolejo  TREBLE REGION CHOIR
Angelita Martinez  TREBLE REGION CHOIR
Jennifer Garza  Alternate TREBLE REGION CHOIR
These students will be performing on Saturday, November 16 in the TMEA Region 12 Choirs at Jefferson High School. Please offer your congratulations to them.
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Chalk It Up 2013
 ECHS Art Club and National Art Honor Society members participated in the 10th Annual Chalk It Up event hosted by ArtPace.  These students created 2 chalk murals downtown on Houston Street. The designs were created by senior, Dru Bergeron, and junior, Christiana Puente. Students who participated were Cassandria Alvarado, Katheryn Bernal, Anjelica Chase, Alison Croom, Marvin Davis, Raven Donally, Hope Flores, Daniella Figeroa, Charles Gonzales, Devin Gonzales, Kimberly Gonzalez, Yesenia Herrera, Matt Hunker, Valerie Lamm, Melissa Luna, Samantha Mann, Ariana Marroquin, Matt Mesa, Rachel Parker, Clarissa Saucedo, Joanne Sierra, Desiree Silva, Myra Villarreal, Brittany Woodbury, Alex Zavala. 

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ECHS Choir Students Advance to All-State and Region
Congratulations to the ECHS Choir students who competed in the Texas Music Educator's Assoc. All-State/All-Region 12 audition this past weekend.
Tabitha Greene (Sr) (also advancing in All State audition process)
Dominique Eatmon (Soph) (also advancing in All State audition process)
John Pond (Sr) (also advancing in All State audition process)
Gracie Wilson (Sr)
David Solis, Jr (Jr)
Anthony Lazzeroni (Jr) Alternate
Colton Scott (Sr) Alternate
Jacob Recio (Sr) Alternate
TMEA Region 12 is recognized in the State of Texas as one of the most competitive in Vocal and Choral music. We congratulate these East Central High School students on bringing one of the better audition results in our school's history.
Please pass your congratulations to these students.
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ECHS Theater presents: Crimes of the Heart
ECHS Theater presents Crimes of the Heart in the East Central High School cafeteria.  Performances are Friday, Oct. 25 at 5 pm, Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7 pm and Sunday matinee, Oct. 27 at 2 pm.  Tickets are $3.
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Homecoming Crash Poster 2013
ECHS senior art student, Marvin Davis, designed this year's Homecoming crash poster.  The poster was painted by art club members: Katheryn Bernal, Dru Bergeron, Jessica Kosub, Rachel Parker, Alex Zavala, Alex Machuca, Hannah Witherspoon, Christina Celestino, Raven Donally, Hope Flores, Christina Puente, Devin Gonzales, Courtney Velasquez, Clarissa Saucedo, Matthew Hunker, Lazaro Ozuna, and Kimberly Gonzales.
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ECHS Theater presents: Seussical the Musical
In three performances Oct. 4 to 6, thirty talented students performed Seussical the Musical, a musical based on many of Dr. Seuss popular books.  Cast members included Sabrina Vela, David Soliz, Kaitlyn Denson, Sophia Thomas, Joslyn Daniel, Grecia Perez, Sammie Portman, Abby Seabers, Tabitha Greene, Symone Baker, Sarah Aanonsen, Andrew Guarjardo, Gabe Gonzales, Sabrina Allegria, Logan Lane, Aaliyah Stywall, Mark Martinez, Sam O'Rourke, Christina Hernandez, Cheyenne Hendricks, Jordan Graf, Olivia Gonzalez, Mikhayla Flores, Alexis Franco, Brajae Robinson, Jessica Paredes, Juan Mata, and Alexis Reyes.  The Seussical Crew was Alicia Longoria, Damien VanAtta, Teal'c Davis, Jovan Gonzales, Jackson Miers, Jose Lazo, Sergio Manzanera, Ashley Lamberth, Mary Rodriguez, Kelsey Gillman, Kyle Reed, Ruben Torres, Brandon Mireles, and James Romero. Congratulations to these students!!!
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Choir Students Advance at TMEA All-State Audition
Congratulations to the following ECHS Choir students on advancing to the next level in the TMEA All-State audition process: Kaitlyn Denson, Dominique Eatmon, Madison Miller, Ashley Moreno, and Gracie Wilson. 
These students will compete with others at Saturday's audition at Churchill High School. Please offer your congratulations to them on this accomplishment.
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TMEA Region 12 Jazz Ensemble
Congratulations to Daniel M., junior at East Central High School, who earned the 1st chair Guitar position at the TMEA Region 12 Jazz Ensemble auditions last Saturday held at Johnson High School. Region 12 includes 5A schools in the East Central, Judson, Seguin, New Braunfels, and North East ISDs. Daniel now advances to auditions for the All-State Jazz process.  Good Luck Daniel at State!
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State VASE
 Thirteen ECHS artists advanced to the state Visual Art Scholastic Event at Bryan High School this past Saturday.  Nine students received state medals and the other 4 students received excellent ratings.  State medalists are Marvin Davis, Saul Guevara, Alexandria Martinez, Claudia Morales, Johnna Pieniazek, Alexis Pratt, Christiana Puente, Manuel Rodriquez, and Alex Zavala.  Juniors, Katheryn Bernal, Katy Felty, Nia Jaramillo and Clarissa Saucedo received ratings of excellence for their works.  This is Saul's second year to receive a state medal.  Freshmen, Johnna Pieniazek and Manuel Rodriquez competed in Division 2, where freshmen usually compete in a lower division.  We are so proud of these students' commitment to their work and their successes.  Please congratulate these students when you see them. Their work will be on display in the high school library this next week.
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Region 20E VASE
 One hundred and thirty ECHS artists competed in the Region 20E Visual Art Scholastic Event on February 23.  

The following students received awards of excellence:  Jacqueline Dorton, Juliana Escalante, Violet Gonzales, Kimberly Gonzalez, Austin Fellors, Abigail Jendrusch, Melissa Luna, Samantha Olvera, Rebecca Salas, Joanna Sierra, Wesley Townsend, Naomi Villarreal

The following student received Superior awards and advanced to the Area competition: 
Ricardo Almaguer (x 2), Michelle Behrends (x 2), Dru Bergeron (x 2), Katheryn Bernal (x 2), Anna Cervera, Anjelica Chase (x 2), Andre Clay, Brandy Cordona, Olivia Corona, Lucille Coronado (x 2), Rylee Criswell (x 2), Allyson Croom (x 2), Marvin Davis (x 2), Courtney Delgado, Raven Donally, Jacqueline Dorton, Juliana Escalante, Victoria Fancki, Katy Felty, Cassandra Garcia (x 2), Matthew Garza, Devin Gonzales, Dillon Gonzales, Fantasia Gonzalez, Kimberly Gonzalez, Saul Guevara (x 2), Alissa Hernandez (x 2), Antonio Hernandez, Yesenia Herrera, Matthew Hunker, Nia Jaramillo (x 2), Abigail Jendrusch, Gage Juarez, Allison Kelly, Phillip Knowles, Valerie Lamm (x 2), Rene Lopez (x 2), Bailey Lowak, Hannah Mach (x 2), Ariana Marroquin, Alexandria Martinez (x 2), Tiffany Mcdougal (x 2), Miranda Mejia (x 2), Valeria Mesa (x 2), Emily Miller, Claudia Morales (x 2), Evan Moreno, Jessika Murphy (x 2), Samantha Olvera, Clarissa Ortiz, Savannah Perez (x 2), Johnna Pieniazek, Tristien Polasek, Alexis Pratt (x 2), Christiana Puente (x 2), Brittany Ramos, Jacob Raminski, Paulie Ramirez, Stephen Ratliff (x 2), Amber Recio (x 2), Trevor Reddick (x 2), Sterling Reynolds, Marco Rivera (x 2), Manuel Rodriguez, Lauren Ruiz, Rebecca Salas, Miranda Salazar, Alejandrina Sanchez (x 2), Clarissa Saucedo (x 2), Ashley Smith (x 2), Brooke Strowd, Wesley Townsend, Melissa Trevino (x 2), Bria Valadez (x 2), Courtney Velasquez (x 2), Myra Villarreal (x 2), Marcelina Weaver (x 2), Trevon Winn, Brittany Woodbury, Alex Zavala .
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Superhero Exhibit
 ECHS, Oak Crest and Salado Intermediate students competed in the 22 Annual Superhero Show this past weekend at the Centro Cultural Atzlan Gallery.   The theme was “Super Heroes”, and students could enter work that expressed the student's own definition of a "Hero."  Awards were given by grade level and ECISD students nearly swept all grade categories that they were entered.

Oak Crest 5th grader, Kevin Rodriguez won 1st place and Caleb Mejia won 2nd place, also from Oak Crest.  ECHS 9th grade students, Fantasia Gonzales and Abbigail Jendrusch won 1st and 2nd place.  Christiana Puente and Bailey Lowak received 1st and 2nd place in the 10th grade category.  Junior, Clarissa Saucedo and senior, Alissa Hernandez both won 1st place in their categories.
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ECHS Artists Excel at Regional, State and National
 ECHS art students are continuing to represent the district proudly.  Three students have recently won individual honors in different events.
Senior Lucille Coronado has won 3rd Place in the annual Fiesta Battle of the Bands Cover Design Contest.  She placed third out of over 400 entries and will be honored in a ceremony at the San Antonio Garden Center this Sunday.
Sophomore Samantha Mann was selected to have her artwork in the Governor's Youth Art Month exhibition at the Texas State Capital--ground floor Rotunda.  This exhibit showcases Pre-K through 12th grade works of art from across the state of Texas.  Only about 50 districts had work selected.
Senior Rene Lopez received a national Silver Key award at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.  He is one of only 7 San Antonio students to receive national recognition.  Rene created and is stilling creating a fashion line of Bow Ties, called "Standing Ovation", and will be honored in a ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York on May 31.  In the future, we will most likely here more about his collections as Rene will be continuing his studies at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in California.
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ECHS Artist receives Congressional honor
 East Central HS freshman and Drawing 2 student, Venancia A., was selected as the 2013 winner of the Congressional Art Competition for Congressional District 28.  Congressman, Henry Cuellar is the representative of this district, which takes in McAllen, Laredo, southeast San Antonio and Seguin.  The Congressional Art competition is held annually and is a unique opportunity in which a US Congressman or Congresswoman is able to showcase the artistic talents of high school students within his/her district.

Venancia was surprised with this honor last week by her principal, Mr. Toscano and Mr. Pete Arguello from Representative Cuellar's office.  She was recognized at an awards ceremony in Washington, DC.  Her artwork has been professionally framed and will be on displayed for one year near the entrance to the U.S. Capitol which is traveled on a daily basis by members of Congress.  This is the second consecutive year that an East Central HS art student was selected to represent District 28.  Venancia's work will be replacing last year's winner, ECHS 2012 graduate, Jose Lopez's work.

ECHS Choir Students at Carnegie Hall
We are pleased to announce four of our ECHS Choir students were selected to be a part of the American High School Honors Choir at Carnegie Hall in February 2013.
Congratulations to Denisha Eatmon (senior), Tabitha Greene (junior), August Moreno (senior), and Thomas Parker (senior).

These four students were involved in rigorous auditions through the summer and were chosen from audition submissions from across the world. This is the fourth year ECHS has participated in this dynamic musical experience... FOUR in FOUR! We are extremely proud of our ECHS Choir students.
ECHS Choir
Congratulations to the following ECHS Choir members who recently competed in the TMEA Region 12 Choir auditions. Those who are members of the Region Choir are in the top 25% of the vocalists in Region 12. We are proud of our students and look forward to the next stage in the All State Choir competition on 11/27/12.
Region 12 Phase - (9/29/12) Advanced to Mixed Audition
Denisha Eatmon
Dominique Eatmon
Chaelin Kim
Madison Miller
Ashley Moreno
Carla-Jo Tripis
Jessica Williams
Region 12 Mixed Choir Members (10/6/12)
Denisha Eatmon (Senior)
Dominique Eatmon (Freshman)
Tabitha Greene (Junior)
John Pond (Junior)
Region 12 Mixed Choir Alternates (10/6/12)
Logan Lane (Freshman)
Carla-Jo Tripis (Sophomore)
ADVANCING TO STATE PRE-AREA (11/27/12)
DENISHA EATMON
TABITHA GREENE
TAEA TASB Exhibition
Congratulations to ECHS students, Hannah Rosales, Bailey Lowak and Raelynn Busselmann whose artworks were selected to be part of the 2012 Texas Association of School Board Exhibition hosted by the Texas Art Educators Association. Their artworks were on display at the TASB conference in Austin, Sept. 28 to 30.
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Homecoming Crash Poster

ECHS art club members continued the longstanding crash poster tradition at this year's Homecoming game. What is unique about the ECHS tradition is that the posters are full size completely painted murals and they only show positive spirit for East Central, never mentioning the other team. This year's poster was designed and drawn by senior, Shelby Criswell. The following art club members painted the poster: Alyson Croom, Serrice Hernandez, Katheryn Bernal, Devin Gonzales, Christiana Puente, Joseph Gonzales, Victoria Salazar, Melissa Luna, Savannah Perez, Greta Hons, Bria Valadez, Rochelle Stanley, Jessica Molina, Nathan Cortez, Mikayla Johnson, Kyle Rylance and Naomi Ruiz. For the first time, art club members also served as the crew for display--these students included Iliana Chavez, Erica Estrada, Zachary Avila, Edgar Sanchez, Korina Williams, Nathan Cortez, Michael Silva, Bria Valadez, Savannah Perez, Claudia Morales, Katheryn Bernal, Victoria Salazar, Joseph Gonzales, Marvin Davis and Kimberly Gonzalez.

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Big Art Day 2015Posted: Thursday, March 5, 2015 Discuss
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October Artist of MonthPosted: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Discuss
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