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Clearwater High School Student Show

Posted Date: 04/14/2021

You have the chance to see some of the student projects from the Art, Industrial Technology and Business departments. Whether working with charcoal, the plasma art cutting machine or a keyboard, the talented students at Clearwater High School have been active in the classroom as evidenced by the outstanding projects. 

Click to view the entire Student Show. Most entries are kept anonymous for now, with high school staff and students voting later in May. Check back as more pictures will be added throughout the month. 

Mrs. Janessa Asher, art instructor, came up with the idea for the Student Show after realizing many of the usual in-person competitions had been canceled this year and wanting her students to experience the rewards of having their work viewed. She said, “Students get excited to see their work displayed for their peers. It’s very motivating.”



In the Industrial Technology department, under the instruction of Mr. Ron Cox, students get the chance to learn woodworking, machining, welding and drafting. Many gradates go on to explore careers in these fields, having gained valuable experience in the classroom.

Woodworking skills are something that Junior Noah Basinger has enjoyed developing over the last few years. With walnut wood from his family’s property, he has been making an apothecary cabinet in the advanced woodworking class.



For Junior Anthony Rooney, welding is a chance to experiment with materials and high-powered tools. Here he is with his arrowhead spatula that he designed and made on the CNC Plasma Arc Cutter.



The graphic design classes are part of the Business department. Under the instruction of Mrs. Kyane May, students use Photoshop to learn tools such as layers and styles and then take the basics and build on them with understanding design elements such as font, topography and color. 



Click to view the entire Student Show