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CityLab High School students display their art in First Annual Art Showcase

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  CityLab High School (formerly SeaCoast High School) held its First Annual Art Showcase last Thursday night at CityLab High School. There was art from students, staff and community members, as well as music by a few CityLab musicians. Students will also kick off their sports season this winter, playing alongside Revere High School.

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Pictured from left to right: Sarah Ross, Fiona Vasquez, 16 months, and sophomore Sirena Ross with a “be kind to others” coloring page during last Thursday’s art showcase at CityLab High School
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School Committee Members Anthony Caggiano and John Kingston by the “Artist Mentors” display
Sophomore Ryleigh Jordan’s painting was about her struggles with depression.
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Junior Chris Ramirez Tobon painted a 3D graffiti of his name. He plans to hang it inside his room.
Freshman Anthony Berry made a ginger apple mocktail with a recipe provided by Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe.
Teachers, pictured from left to right: Nicolas Blaisdell on saxophone, Timothy O’Brien on tambourine and vocals and Chelsea Brandwein-Fryar on guitar and vocals performed covers.
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Pictured from left to right: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly, School Committee Member Stacey Rizzo, CityLab High School Assistant Principal Stacey Livote, CityLab High School Principal Dr. Stacey Jones Mulligan and Mayor Brian Arrigo enjoyed the art showcase.
Freshman Blue Shea helped build this catapult.
Freshman cartoonist Kimberly Moore and English teacher Marc Johnson

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