Waynesboro Students Shine at PA Media and Design Competition


WAYNESBORO – Students from the Waynesboro Area School District recently competed and excelled at the annual PA Media and Design competition, with several placing first in their categories and earning the opportunity to compete at the state level.

Aiden Hess, a student at Waynesboro Area High School, took home first place in the Logo/Graphic Design category for his outstanding work. Hess will now advance to the state competition, which will be held on May 21st at Dickinson College.

Anisa Minnick, also a student at Waynesboro Area High School, earned a first-place finish in the Digital Movie category. Minnick’s award-winning film will now be showcased at the state competition next month.

In addition to the first-place winners, Waynesboro Area School District saw success in other categories as well.

Jordan Behnke secured a third-place finish in the 3D Design category, while Chloe Shacreaw earned a third-place award in the Digital Movie category.

The PA Media and Design competition is an annual event that showcases the skills and talents of students from across the Commonwealth in various media and design-related categories. The competition provides students with the opportunity to showcase their work, receive feedback from industry professionals, and compete for the chance to advance to the state-level competition.

The state-level competition, scheduled for May 21st at Dickinson College, will bring together the top-performing students from regional competitions across Pennsylvania. The event will feature a variety of workshops, networking opportunities, and the chance for students to further demonstrate their expertise in media and design.

Waynesboro Area School District’s success at the regional competition is a testament to the district’s commitment to providing its students with a well-rounded education that emphasizes the development of critical thinking, creativity, and technical skills. The district’s continued support and investment in its media and design programs have enabled students to thrive and excel in these competitive arenas.

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