By Dupe Aleru|Ed Enterprise|Sept. 22, 2011|11:50 a.m.
St. Timothy School’s teachers were recently honored by Artsonia—an educational company dedicated to integrating technology into the school classroom while enabling students to view other student artwork in faraway countries—the Artsonia Leadership Award for the 2010-2011 school year.
The prominent award commends St. Timothy and its community for demonstrating an outstanding commitment to Arts Education as well as its teachers who go “beyond the classroom walls to encourage family and community involvement in Arts Education,” said CEO Jim Myers of Artsonia.
This prestigious award is only given to ten schools per state across the United States. Furthermore, Artsonia showcases over twelve million pieces of artwork from thousands of schools. As for St. Timothy, its online art gallery ranks #5 in the state.
Parents and community members can view a total of 1,669 published pieces of St. Timothy’s student artwork online. The school has acquired an active fan club of over 340 members as well as 436 comments from fans.
For more information at St. Timothy School in West Los Angeles, visit www.sttimothy.org.