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Latin Students Awarded in PCS Latin Week Competitions

On Saturday, February 24, Latin teachers from around the region gathered at The Haverford School for the 85th Annual Philadelphia Classical Society Latin Week judging of artistic projects and literary submissions. Nearly 20 schools in the Philadelphia area entered projects from their students. The categories were divided into five divisions including Traditional Arts, Digital Arts, and Literary Arts in Prose or Poetry. There was also a Notepad Competition and a T-Shirt Drawing Competition. Radnor students garnered several "Best-In-Category" awards including 8th grader Agastya Bhadani winning for his 3-D printed model of the Pantheon; 10th grader Dylan Feher winning in the Sketches and Drawing category for his piece called "The Last Guard of Hadrian."  Junior Eden Sule won for her painting “Painting of a Young Roman Girl”, based on an original found in Egypt.  Freshman Oliver Roman won in the Mosaic category with “Beware of the Dog” based on a mosaic found at Pompeii as well as in the painting category for his painting of a Roman aqueduct. Other winners include junior Alexis Brennan.

Read more about the contest in this article.

Students holding up art pieces

(L to R) Eden Sule, “Painting of a Young Roman Girl” (Painting), Oliver Roman "Beware of the Dog" (Mosaic) and “Roman Aqueduct” (Painting), Agastya Bhadani “The Pantheon” (3-D Printed)