Winners of Arts Week Science Photography Contest Capture Stunning Shots

Throughout the school year, we see many great examples of cross-disciplinary work on display in the halls of Schoolhouse. Last Friday, during Morning Meeting, Fine Arts Department Chair Julie Fisher and STEM teacher Dr. Meghen Tuttle highlighted the beautiful results of collaboration between two academic areas — fine arts and science — when they announced the winners of this year’s Science Photography Contest.
For the fifth year, the annual Science Photography Contest invited student and faculty photographers to showcase their talents. In addition to our regular category, this year’s bonus category was “Design.” All of the submissions were on display during Arts Week, and everyone in the community had the opportunity to vote for their favorites. The winners will have their work on permanent display throughout campus.

Congratulations to the following winners for their beautiful photographs.
  • Things With Wings — Elise L. ’26
  • Patterns in Nature — Charlotte N. ’26
  • Science in Motion — Bella F. ’24
  • Microscopic Views — Alex Northrup
  • Landscapes & Waterscapes — Shea G. ’25
  • Aerial Perspectives — Alexis Hall ’12
  • Landlubbers — Stephanie Young ’00
  • Design — Caroline W. ’26
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