The LSU School of Art hosted its second annual statewide juried exhibition for high school artists March 4-31.

Winners were announced at a reception at LSU’s Foster Gallery on March 19.

Public, private and home-schooled high school students from around Louisiana qualified, and more than 300 entries were submitted.

Zachary High School’s art department, had six students’ work accepted into the show: Ashlyn Bankston, black and white photograph; Maya Blitch, acrylic painting; Raegan Dauthier, colored pencil sketch; Claytin Goss, two gouache (watercolor) pieces; David Heidke, colored pencil sketch; and Ethan Pittman, two photographs.

Though none of the students won, the LSU School of Arts named Zachary High an Outstanding School for having the most accepted student entries.

The high school’s program is led by teachers Mandy Bradley, Megan Buccere, Lauren Conerly and Chloe McCleary.