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With over 800 submissions received, these 18 pieces were identified by our panel of judges as being masterfully created and for having an outstanding interpretation of the College Board purpose statement — to challenge all students to own their future. The students’ original artwork will be displayed proudly at the College Board New York Office as a constant reminder to staff and visitors of the voices and creative expressions of students. The final 18 represent a diverse student population from across the country, offering an array of perspectives on our purpose statement.

Here are the winning pieces:

Eden Alin
Windows to the Soul
Guilderland High School
Guilderland, NY

Marissa Alper
River Hill High School
Clarksville, MD

Allison Chandler
Learning Katakana
Smithtown High School East
Saint James, NY

Victoria Edwards
Wheel of Life
Hamilton High School
Chandler, AZ

Kennedy Faulkner
Pointed Towards Success
Los Alamitos High School
Los Alamitos, CA

Samuel Gilkison
Curtis Senior High School
University Place, WA

Yuzhen (Kitty) Hu
My Touch
Irvington High School
Fremont, CA

Chlese Jiles
Pieces of Me
Caddo Parish Magnet High School
Shreveport, LA

Taylor Knox
Looking Ahead
Berwick Academy
South Berwick, ME

Drew Leist
The Glass Ceiling
Jericho High School
Jericho, NY

Natalia Pena
Bubble Me
Piscataway High School
Piscataway, NJ

Oziel Robles
Breaking News from the Past
Rowlett High School
Rowlett, TX

Alexandra Rose
Creating the Lion
Donna Klein Jewish Academy
Boca Raton, FL

Joanne Sanchez
You Can Make Me Smile
Seven Lakes High School
Katy, TX

Tyler Squires
The Order of Life
Lake Highlands High School
Dallas, TX

Adrian Valenzuela
The Flow of Structure
South Miami Senior High
Miami, FL

Lauren Vega
World of Words
Huntington High School
Huntington, WV

Elise Waldow
Laguna Beach High School
Laguna Beach, CA