The Brush High School Drama Department is proud to present You Can't Take it With You. This Pulitzer Prize winning play, by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, is about a man from a family of rich snobs who becomes engaged to a woman from a good-natured but decidedly eccentric family.
Calling on all students to get creative and enter the National PTA’s Reflections Art Competition! This year's theme is "Look Within". The competition is open to artists, writers, photographers, videographers, choreographers, and composers. Get your rules and entry form from your school or print here. Deadline for entries is November 15th .
Brush students in Creative Writing Club had the opportunity to spend a day with Twelve Literary Arts*, participating in creative writing workshops. They shared the day with students from other Cleveland area schools. Students listened to the resident artists share their poetry, and were able to share their own personal poetry with other students participating in the workshops. Artists from “Twelve” will be conducting workshops with students at Brush HS starting in October.
More than 20 performing arts students recently traveled to Lyndhurst Community Center to entertain senior citizens as they dined for lunch as part of the ongoing partnership the SEL Schools maintains with the cities in our District. The talents of two student groups were on display, including the Brush High Jazz Effect and the Chamber Orchestra, demonstrating their performance skills to a captive audience of approximately 45 senior citizens.
Brush student Victoria Semler was recently awarded a National Silver Medal in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her silver gelatin photograph entitled “Two Faced.” As a National Medal recipient, Victoria placed within the top 1% of all submissions! All winning artwork was selected by industry leaders in the area of visual and literary arts for demonstrating a high level of originality and technical skill, and for expressing a personal voice or vision.