Maryvale National Art Honor Society students draw portraits for the Memory Project

 

Maryvale National Art Honor Society (NAHS) students have created drawings for the Memory Project, which is dedicated to promoting intercultural understanding and kindness between children around the globe through school-based art programs, according to the organization. Twenty-four Maryvale NAHS students each drew an amazing portrait that will be sent to children in Cameroon. This is Maryvale's eighth year participating in the program.

A shoutout to the following NAHS students who drew the portraits:

  • Jane A. ‘21
  • Chloe B. ‘23
  • Gabby B. ‘22
  • Natalie D. ‘22
  • Kate D. ‘22
  • Beckett E. ‘21
  • Maggie E. ‘21
  • Emily C. ‘21
  • Annabelle F. ‘22
  • Genevieve G. ‘21
  • Rory K. ‘21
  • Julia M. ‘21
  • Mary O. ‘22
  • Brenna P. ‘21
  • Kristine R. ‘21
  • Rosie S. ‘21
  • Courtney S. ‘22
  • Shannon S. ‘21
  • Arabella T. ‘21
  • Karli O. ‘21
  • Alison W. ‘22
  • Mary Beth W. ‘22
  • Natalie W. ‘22
  • Grace W. ‘21