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“Polk’s Finest” Exhibition Features PCPS’ Top AP Art Students

“Polk’s Finest” Exhibition Features PCPS’ Top AP Art Students

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A student artwork from the Polk's Finest exhibition

We’re holding a special event featuring some of our top student artists … and you’re all invited.

Polk’s Finest is a virtual exhibition of Advanced Placement (AP) art students from PCPS high schools. The works featured represent the juniors and seniors with the highest-scoring AP portfolios (as judged by the College Board) from 2019-20.

The annual exhibition is being offered in an online format this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“The show’s purpose is to celebrate the outstanding art of our AP visual art students, and the work of our teachers with those students,” said Nancy Puri, PCPS’ senior coordinator of visual arts. “The works in this show represent a yearlong study in the visual arts at the college level. They were submitted to the College Board and earned the top scores possible for these courses.”

Congratulations to our student artists and educators. You are welcome to view their work here.

A student artwork from the Polk's Finest exhibition