Dance Choreography

Dance Choreography is the act of creating movement. The choreographer (student submitting entry) may be the performer or one of the performers, but the choreographer does not have to perform in the entry.

Film Production

Film Production is the process of making a film. The producer (student submitting the entry) is not required to appear in the film but if the student chooses to, a camera tripod may be used. All screenwriting, directing, camera/filming and editing must be done by the student producer.


Literature is the art of writing. The author (student submitting entry) is a person who expresses their own thoughts and ideas through the use of words. Authors submit a single literary work, handwritten or typed, using grade-appropriate grammar, punctuation and spelling.

Visual Arts

Visual Arts include many art forms that are visual in nature. The artist (student submitting entry) is a person who captures their own thoughts and ideas to create a visual piece of art.


Photography includes a single photo, panoramic, photomontage, a multiple exposure, negative sandwich or photogram. Original black-and-white and color images are accepted. Entrant must be the one to take the photograph. Must be mounted or matted on cardboard matte, poster board, or other sturdy material.

Music Composition

Music Composition is the process of creating a new piece of music. The composer (student submitting entry) is a person who expresses their own thoughts and ideas through the use of sound. The student composer may submit an entry performed by an individual or group and/or make use of a sound library generated performance of a composed score. Student composers are not required to perform their composition.



Hanover County Winners


Primary: 1st Nicholas Tao, 2nd Eliza Freeman, 3rd Jaxen Santiago

Intermediate: 1st Jillian Keener, 2nd London Irving, 3rd Hadley McGregor

​Middle School: 1st Abby Etheridge, 2nd Sammy Parker

High School: 1st Shavon Dabney



Primary: 1st Channing Cumby, 2nd Oliver Lambert

Intermediate: 1st Carter Vass, 2nd Josephine Kronenberg, 3rd Savanna Bischoff

Middle School: 1st Mackenzie Brittle

High School: 1st Tyler McCormick


Primary: 1st Allison Salmon, 2nd Kylan Geer, 3rd Rhys Thompson

Intermediate: 1st William Dunn, 2nd Camden Billingsley, 3rd Caitlyn Coyne

Middle School: 1st Ashlynn Berry, 2nd Sutton Marks, 3rd Addison Turnauer

High School: 1st Amanda Roberson, 2nd Katelyn Blair 


Primary: 1st Jaxen Santiago, 2nd Virginia Ray, 3rd Sawyer Fitch

Intermediate: 1st Josie Crump, 2nd Grayson Parsley, 3rd Andrew Wajciechowski 

Middle School: 1st Fiona Berry, 2nd David Mudd


Primary: 1st Levi Bennett, 2nd Aiden James, 3rd Ty Rexrode

Intermediate: 1st Terah Darby, 2nd Christopher Cumby, 3rd Carter Alvis

Middle School: 1st Alex Donaldson, 2nd Tyler Munsey, 3rd Ella Fox 

High School: 1st Lauren Yenser, 2nd John Herrera

Visual Arts

Primary: 1st Matthew Pedram, 2nd Jordan Bush, 3rd Payton Ramirez  

Intermediate: 1st Vera Schmidt, 2nd Hannah Ramirez, 3rd Mark Thomas Wood 

Middle School: 1st Bryce Schkeeper, 2nd Amy Nardini, 3rd Sarah Waller

High School: 1st: Ian Smith

All first place winners move on to Richmond District level judging.  Check back often for updates!

Reflections Awards Program Students in Pre-K through grade 12 create theme-based artwork in dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography or visual arts.

Membership in the Virginia PTA provides the opportunity to participate in the National PTA Reflections program. This competition encourages students to explore the arts and express themselves by providing positive recognition for their artistic efforts. Since it was founded in 1969 by Mary Lou Anderson, millions of students have benefited from this program.

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Local Unit submissions will be received at Stonewall Jackson MS by Friday, November 15, 2019.

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