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“Vision,” by Malibu High School senior Hunter Pearson, won first place in the Reflections competition. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Malibu High School senior Sophie Spivack (left) poses with her parents, Rachael Spivack and Jerry Spivack, by her visual arts piece titled A Glass of Fresh Air.” Spivack received honorable mention in the high school visual arts category.
Malibu High Schools photography entries are shown. Sophomore Landon Brewster’s photo (top left) and sixth-grader Stephen Smith’s image (bottom left) each took first place in the category.
First-place winners (left to right) William Thonson, Sophia Pilot, Maxine Kelly, Stephen Smith and Hunter Pearson gather for a photo.
Staff Report
10:21 am PST November 15, 2017

Malibu students’ artistic and literary works received recognition during a gathering at Malibu High School on Nov. 2. 

The pieces were acknowledged as part of the annual, nationwide Reflections competition. The theme for this year’s competition was “Within Reach,” and students from sixth grade through 12th grade were charged with creating original works in various formats — visual arts, literature, photography, dance, music, and film — to fulfill the theme.