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Rowland High School Student's Artwork Displayed in Washington D.C at U.S. Capitol for A Year


Rowland Unified School District is proud of Rowland High School Student Michelle Liang for her artistic achievements and for winning first place in the Congressional Art Competition held by the 39th District Representative Ed Royce. As the Grand prize winner, her artwork will be displayed in Washington D.C. at the United States Capitol for a year. She one 2 round trip tickets to Washington D.C. to see the unveiling of her artwork. Rowland Unified is proud of her and for the honor to represent Rowland High School and Rowland Unified within the Nation's capitol.

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Ed Royce

This week, we celebrated Rowland High School artist Michelle Anne Liang as the Grand Prize Winner of the 2017 Congressional Art Competition! Michelle and her family were flown to Washington, D.C. to view her artwork “Ripple” being hung in the U.S. Capitol Building where it will be on display for the entire year. Michelle is incredibly talented and I wish her all the best as she begins her senior year of high school later this fall.

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