The Faith Home School Tutorial community is thrilled to celebrate with K-8th grade art students for winning numerous awards at The Color of Music ceremony held on April 13, 2019 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center. Over 5000 students from various schools in West Tennessee participated in the competition.

Congratulations to Lydia Stanley (Grade-K, Prelude Award); Gavin Horn (Grade-5, Capricco Award); Addie Higgins (Grade-7, Blue Ribbon); William Brady (Grade-7, Blue Ribbon); Mariam Putt (Grade-7, Blue Ribbon); Maxwell Putt (Grade-4, Blue Ribbon); Grace Chenault (Grade-2, Blue Ribbon); Elissa Nies (Grade-1, Blue Ribbon); Gideon Musselman (Grade-1, Blue Ribbon); Sophia Owens (Grade-1, Blue Ribbon); Alaina Gowan (Grade-8, Honorable Mention); Maddox Brunet (Grade-3, Honorable Mention).

The faculty and staff of Faith Home School Tutorial would like to thank each family and student for their hard work and participation!

Award recipients stand for a photograph along with Ramona Mitchell, Faith Home School Tutorial Director.

Art Teacher Sandy Smith won The Jackson Symphony (Color of Music) award for “Highest Percentage of Winning Entries in Grades 6-8” on behalf of Faith Home School Tutorial.

William Brady is interviewed by the Jackson Sun about his award and art project.

Award recipients, along with other students in attendance, pose for a group photograph in front of the art projects by Faith Home School Tutorial students.