Lima Senior High School honored its top performing art and music students during this year’s Senior Concourse Tuesday, May 5, at the Allen County Museum.
Spartan musicians and singers performed among student artwork hanging nearby. The exhibit of student artwork will remain at the museum for two weeks.
This year’s Senior Concourse was a little different in that only the top seniors were invited to participate.
“There are lots of opportunities for students to demonstrate what they are doing, so we chose to highlight the best of the best in the arts program,” said Sally Windle, director of arts and magnet programs.
Seniors were selected based on exemplary skills, academic rigor and exhibition of excellence, Windle said. The following 12 students were honored and participated in the Senior Concourse:
Vocal Music –
Instrumental Music –
Visual Art –