Some of the winners of the 100 Neediest competition

MICDS Students Win 100 Neediest Cases Program Student Art Contest

Ten Upper School students in Drawing, Painting and AP Drawing have placed among the top 40 young artists chosen as winners of the 100 Neediest Cases Student Art Contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and a number of our talented art students place in the competition each year. Artists placing in the top 40 will have their work published in the Post-Dispatch alongside the 100 Neediest Cases stories until mid-December. Additionally, all student-submitted work will be on display at the Missouri History Museum from November 21 through December 9.

Congratulations to our talented student artists!

Natalie Peyton Smith – 1st Place
Amirah Ai-Sagr – 3rd Place
Katherine Zheng – 4th Place
Annabel Warren – 6th Place
Caroline Abel -7th Place
Caitlin Mullenix – 8th Place
Jonas Hart – 17th Place
Rose Williams – 26th Place
Pedro Edmond – 37th Place
Jordan Rothrock – 39th Place

View the Top 40 students’ artwork here.