LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) – The following is a news release from Lubbock Christian School:
Lubbock Christian School is pleased to announce that student, Matthew Montanez, has been selected to have his artwork entitled Everybody is Here displayed in the state capitol in celebration of National Youth Art Month.
Matthew’s artwork was selected to be part of the Texas Art Education Association’s Youth Art Month State Capitol Exhibit. This exhibit showcases Pre-K through 12th grade works of art from across the state of Texas. Student art from 61 school districts will be exhibited in two Austin locations: the Lower Rotunda at the State Capitol from March 1 – 7, and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum from March 8 – 28, 2020.
A special awards program and reception will be held on Sunday, March 22 at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin for everyone whose art was selected for display.
As the oldest private school in the greater Lubbock area, Lubbock Christian School (LCS) began serving families in 1954. The initial classes on the current campus were held in 1958, and the Class of 1965 was the first to graduate from Lubbock Christian High School. No church governs or subsidizes Lubbock Christian School, although the school was founded and is directed by members of Churches of Christ. LCS offers classes for Pre-kindergarten through 12th grades. The school is fully accredited through AdvancEd and the Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC), which is fully approved and recognized by the Texas Education Agency. LCS welcomes families of all faiths and admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.
(News release from Lubbock Christian School)