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Recently, twenty-eight members of the Spanish Club at Callaway High School visited the High Museum of Art in Atlanta to view the exhibit "Picasso to Warhol." Mrs. Alma Barrientos is the club sponsor
Callaway High School Advanced Visual Art students created an image of their art teacher, Clint Robinson, peering at them from above. From a photograph, each student painted a section of Mr. Robinson on a ceiling tile. Once finished, each piece was installed onto the ceiling outside of the Visual Arts classroom. Other projects taken on by CHS visual arts students include “Creating The Perfect Teacher,” an installation of teacher portraits that can be rearranged to make your perfect teacher; “Teaching In Action,” a photographic interpretation of the classes offered at Callaway High School; and “Identity,” a conceptual interpretation using each student’s fingerprints layered with images representing their individual personalities.
Callaway High School will honor those seniors who participate in winter sports at Tuesday's basketball game with Temple. Pictured are members of the Class of 2012 who are members of the step team, girls and boy's varsity basketball, and basketball cheerleaders.
Eight CHS seniors recently received a Certificate of Excellence from the United States Army for their exemplary performance on the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery). The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help young adults identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations and develop effective strategies to realize career goals. Developed and maintained by the Department of Defense, the ASVAB is one of the most widely used, multiple-aptitude tests in the world and consists of the following eight individual tests: General Science, Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, Mathematics Knowledge, Electronics Information, Auto and Shop Information, and Mechanical Comprehension. Seniors pictured here are (front row, l-r) Shyniece Wilson, Michelle Joiner, Alicia Bolnick, Kallie Montgomery, (back row, l-r) RJ Jackson, Spencer Poole, and Coleman Skipper. Not pictured is Katherine Hume.