Performing Music Ensembles


Seat Theater Housed in the Horne Performing Arts Center


art Studios on campus
With more than 80% of our student population participating in the Arts, Latin offers something for everyone.

Visual Arts

Charlotte Latin’s nationally recognized Visual Arts program is part of the fabric of our daily life. Artwork lines the hallways and fills the shelves, becoming a backdrop so familiar in our buildings we are often surprised by visitor’s reactions. Our students study the displays as our art department regularly “installs” new collections to find a favorite project or comment on the historical significance of the project.

Our Lower School Art curriculum is intentionally crafted and developed. Students learn form, style and technique through instruction. Leaving no stone unturned, our teachers incorporate the origin of the art form, the time and period from whence it comes, and biographical or cultural information about the artist or the culture. With such thorough, but age appropriate, review, our students develop a strong sense of design, color, and texture, with no fear to explore or try new things.

As students progress through Latin’s art program, they bring an acumen and skill set unique to such a wide array of students. In Middle and Upper School, where students can choose electives, Art is always hugely popular. In eighth grade, students independently design their course in the visual arts and are free to sculpt, paint, draw, design, or photograph any subject area and in any genre they find interesting. With input from the teachers, students continue to develop techniques and style but they are not bound by a conventional or prescribed course of study. This freedom to explore creates a type of student leadership and engagement that regularly results in regionally and nationally acclaimed work.

Performing Arts
It all begins in Lower School with our developmental approach to music. Our beginning students learn about rhythm, beat and tone through singing and playing instruments like wooden blocks, kazoos, and the triangle. We perform for each other in small settings and use songs to reinforce memory. As children grow through the program, they learn to read music and learn to accompany songs and keep time through our extensive collection of Orff instruments. In fifth grade, our students each learn to play either a wind or stringed instrument in Horne Performing Arts building. With a variety of concerts, singing programs, and our signature Grandparents Day performance our lower school students have many opportunities to perform.

In addition, we cultivate a love for the stage by introducing our fourth and fifth grade students to a short Broadway-inspired play every year. Keeping the scope simple and developmentally appropriate, we pave the way for our Middle and Upper School theater productions.

Middle and Upper School students perform a musical and a dramatic or comedic play every year, and our Upper School students also write, produce, and direct our One Acts.


Read About Alumni in the Arts

Alumni in the Arts

Arts alumni are listed in alphabetical order by last name.


Kate Anderson '05 works for The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival as part of the development team. Kate also is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Writing Workshop, where she is working on a musical adaptation of a children's novel by Julie Andrews. She graduated from Gettysburg College with a BA in music.

Lindsay Anderson '05 works with WDAV Classical Public Radio. She also is a co-founder and collaborator of HYBRIDGE Arts Collective, which is a company that showcases and promotes emerging young artists in Philadelphia. She appeared in Theatre Charlotte's presentation of In the Heat of the Night in 2012. Lindsay received a BA in theatre and dance from Dickinson College.

Liz Asti '96 is part of the a capella group Element, which appeared on NBC's The Sing-Off. She has been a part of several stage productions including The Sound of Music, A Christmas Carol, and Sweeney Todd. She received a BA in theatre (acting) and a BA in music (vocal performance) from Bucknell University, and a master's degree in theatre education from Emerson College.


Brandon Beck '06 is a screenwriter and director living in Brooklyn. He graduated from SUNY Purchase with a BFA in dramatic writing, and received an MFA in TV writing and producing from Long Island University. Brandon has worked as a writer, director, producer, or production assistant for several productions including Sketch Cram, Red Hook, The Knick and The Good Wife.

Zach Butler '02 is the script coordinator/writers' assistant for Nickelodeon's Bella and the Bulldogs. He also has served as the script coordinator for Hostages, Human Target and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and as a writers' assistant for Marvin Marvin, 2 Broke Girls and Kath & Kim. Zach graduated from Wesleyan University.


Kent Caldwell '05 is an acrobat in Cirque du Soleil's show Mystére and previously performed in Cirque du Soleil's show ZED at Disneyland Tokyo. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA in art and design and a BS in biopsychology, and was a member of the men's varsity gymnastics team that won the 2010 NCAA championship.

Paul Chanon '91 is the tour manager for Zac Brown Band and the owner of Sound Events Management LLC. He graduated from N.C. State University with a degree in industrial engineering.

Will Clegg '98 is a filmmaker who is working on The Marriage Amendment, a documentary film about the controversial marriage amendment that was on the North Carolina ballot in May 2012.

Matt "Smokey" Cloud '00 is an assistant sound editor at 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles. He has worked in the sound department for several feature films including The Wolverine, Snow White and the Huntsman, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Gulliver's Travels, The A-Team, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, What Happens in Vegas, X-Men: The Last Stand, Big Momma's House 2, and Cheaper by the Dozen 2. Matt received a BFA in filmmaking from the North Carolina School of the Arts.

Keith Cooke '86 is a travel and sports writer for

Ben Crane '04 is a screenwriter who wrote the screenplay for Dark Haul, which aired on the Syfy network in October 2014. Ben graduated from Wesleyan University, where he received the Akiva Goldsman Prize in Screenwriting.


Adrienne Dellinger '90 is the Executive Director of Clayworks in Charlotte, N.C.

Julie DeVore '05 is the assistant stage manager for On the Town on Broadway, and has served as an assistant stage manager for the Broadway musical Wicked and as a production assistant with the Broadway musical Billy Elliot. She also was the assistant stage manager for The Addams Family national tour. She received a National ATCF Stage Management Fellowship while she was a student in the Department of Theatre at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Patrick Dohan '08 is a multi-instrumentalist, music composer, and a digital strategy coordinator at Vladimir Jones. He previously produced, composed, and arranged music recordings for artists, ads, and film. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Mitchell Dudas '08 played the role of Harry in the 2013-14 U.S. tour of Chicago. He graduated from New York University with a bachelor's degree in vocal performance-musical theater.


Allison Edge '93 is a professional artist in New York City specializing in representational imagery, photorealism, and portraits. She has worked as the head of the painting department at Aaron Young Studio, the lead painter at McDermott & McGough Studio, and as a painter at Jeff Koons Productions. Allison graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Georgia with a BFA in painting, and earned an MFA in painting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Ian Eskelin '88 is a record producer, songwriter, and founding member and lead singer of the Grammy-nominated Christian rock band All Star United. He won the Dove Award for Producer of the Year in 2008 and 2011, and has received multiple Dove nominations for his songwriting and production work with other artists. Ian has had more than 30 top-ten singles in the United States, including 14 number-one charting songs. He graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in communications.


Todd Farrell '06 and his band, Todd Farrell Jr. & The Dirty Birds, released All Our Heroes Live in Vans in 2013, which was followed by a U.S. tour. Todd also works as a freelance audio engineer and producer, and previously played guitar in a thrash metal band, Mark These Words. He graduated from Belmont University with a degree in music business with an emphasis in music production.


Sean Gilmour '01 is a national account executive at The Freeman Company in Las Vegas. He has worked in production, including trade shows, concert touring, and high profile corporate events, for more than a decade. His experience also includes touring Asia, Europe, and North America with The Rolling Stones.


Charles Hodges '03 is a creative director at TBWA\Media Arts Lab in Los Angeles. He worked previously as the creative lead at Google Creative Lab and as a copywriter at Wieden + Kennedy in New York City, where he wrote commercials and print ads for ESPN and Nike, among others. His work was shortlisted at Cannes and AICP. Charles is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Virginia Commonwealth University.


Stephen Kaliski '03 is a director, playwright, and teacher who received a BA from Davidson College and an MFA from Brooklyn College. He is the co-founder of Page 121 Productions and is an adjunct professor at Brooklyn College and Fordham University. His directing credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream, Vinegar Tom, The Minervae, This, Cardenio, The Violet Hour, The Dumb Waiter, West Lethargy, and His Minute Hand. His playwriting credits include West Lethargy, which was published in Plays and Playwrights 2011 (ed. Martin Denton), His Minute Hand, Any May Now, and Memoriam, a sequel to Euripides' Alcestis. He has worked with such directors as Austin Pendleton (Three Sisters, Assistant Director) and Michael Grandage (Evita on Broadway, SDC Traube Fellow) as well as with The Royal Shakespeare Company, Classic Stage Company, and LAByrinth Theater Company. Stephen has taught acting, directing, public speaking, and master classes on leadership and joy at Brooklyn College, NYU, Fordham, Yale, The Professional Performing Arts School, Talent Unlimited High School, and BMCC.

Brian Kennelly '01 is the author of Two Statues. He graduated from Clemson University and lives in Charleston, S.C.

Ken Kiser '93 is a singer/songwriter in Asheville, N.C. He released a self-titled EP in 2007 and his second EP, Goodbye Georgia, was released in 2011. He won the Fan Favorite Award at the Brown Bag Songwriters Competition in May 2010. He also was a finalist in the 2009 North Carolina Songwriting Co-Op Competition in Cary, and won the 2006 Flat Rock Music Festival Songwriting Competition.

Betsy Klein '08 works at CNN as a political planning editor, coordinating campaign coverage for the 2016 cycle. A graduate of Duke University, Betsy won an Emmy for her work as a producer on ABC's Good Morning America



Michael Mancuso '06 plays bass in a touring soul/funk group called Soul Track Mind. Named "a band to watch" by Austin Monthly, the group released its second album, Soul Track Mind, in April 2013.

Sterling Masters '03 can be seen in the Broadway production of Wicked. She also has toured nationally with Wicked, A Chorus Line, Fosse!, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Thoroughly Modern Millie.

Zach Monroe '08 graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in vocal performance and is working toward master's degrees in music theatre and vocal pedagogy at New York University. He also teaches undergraduate private voice lessons at New York University.

Guy Mossman '90 is a cinematographer who began creating films as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay. He has worked on several documentaries including The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films (a Cannes Film Festival selection), Buck (a Sundance Film Festival U.S. Documentary Audience Award winner), Comicon Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work (a Sundance Film Festival selection), and Russell Simmons Presents Brave New Voices. He also has worked on projects with HBO, Showtime, BravoTV, Sundance Channel, Discovery, National Geographic, PBS and A&E, among many others. Guy and his wife run Vox Pop Films in Los Angeles.


Harshada Rajani '03 is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She graduated from Duke University in 2007 and began medical school at her alma mater immediately thereafter. In late 2008, she suffered a vetebral artery dissection leading to a bilateral brainstem stroke. She spent the next several months completely paralyzed. She is fighting to regain her voice and muscles, and is blogging about her experience.

Jim Rash '89 is an actor, director, and Academy Award-winning screenwriter who stars as Dean Pelton on the sitcom Community. His other television credits include Mike Tyson Mysteries, Glee, The Naked Truth, CSI, NCIS, Friends, Will & Grace, That 70s Show, Help Me Help You, and Reno 911! He received an Academy Award for the screenplay adaptation of The Descendants, which he co-wrote with Nat Faxon and Alexander Payne. His movie The Way, Way Back, co-written and co-directed with Faxon, was released in 2013. Jim is a member of The Groundlings improv and sketch comedy group based in Los Angeles, and also hosts SundanceTV's The Writers' Room. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Mia Sable '02 (formerly known as Monica Allen) is a singer/songwriter in California. She has released five albums, Propeller, The Scenic Route EP, X-Mas, LIGHT, and The Portrait Collection and has performed in Los Angeles, New York, London, Toronto (NXNE), Nashville, Austin (SXSW), and Park City (Sundance). She has performed in-store shows at the Apple Store, Best Buy, and Whole Foods, and was awarded an LA Music Award for Indie Female Singer-Songwriter in 2006, an LA Music Award for Alternative Female Vocalist in 2007, and a Malibu Music Award for Adult Contemporary Artist in 2009. She graduated from UCLA with a degree in musical theater and earned an MBA with a focus on digital media, marketing and entertainment at the University of Southern California.

Scott Turner Schofield '98 is the author of Two Truths and a Lie, which was named a finalist in two categories for the Lambda Literary Awards and was named to the American Library Association's Rainbow List. As an actor, he has received a Fruitie Award for Off-Broadway performance, a Princess Grace Foundation Fellowship, and a Creation Fund Commission from the National Performance Network. He received a commission from the Princess Grace Foundation to write a new play, which premiered in Chicago in 2011. He acted with the National Theatre system in France for the 2012-13 season and had the honor of premiering a play on the main stage at the Festival d' Avignon. He also appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful in 2015.


Biniam Tekola '02 is an artist, actor, and writer. He studied dramatic art at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and continued his theatrical training at the Leon Katz Rhodopi International Theatre Laboratory in Bulgaria. After studying in Bulgaria, Biniam moved to New York, where he continues to act while writing and light designing. He has appeared in several stage productions including A Midsummer Night's Dream, Polaroid Stories, Soul Notes, Mum's the Word, Reservoir Dogs, and The Son of Arlecchino. He also was the co-producer for Company Carolina, and remains a company member of North Carolina-based Machine Theatre. He appeared on Law & Order: SVU in 2015.


Christian Vernon '03 is an actor, writer, director and stage manager who graduated from Denison University in 2007 with a degree in theatre and education. He is a company member with Child's Play Touring Theatre in Chicago. He writes and performs shows all over the country adapted from stories written by children. He also teaches acting and writing workshops in Chicago's public schools.


Ashley Warlick '90 is the author of three novels, Seek the Living, The Summer After June and The Distance from the Heart of Things, all published by Houghton Mifflin. She is the youngest recipient of the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship (for The Distance from the Heart of Things) and a founding member of the advisory board for Novello Festival Press. In 2006, she received a fellowship in literature from the National Endowment for the Arts. A graduate of Dickinson College, she teaches creative writing at Queens University in Charlotte.

Regan White '99 is an account coordinator at ABZ Design Group and previously worked as the managing editor of Carolina Weekly Newspapers. Regan is a Yale University graduate and founding member of Yale's first all-female sketch comedy group.

G. Clay Whittaker '05 is a writer and editor who lives in New York City. He has written for Maxim, Men's Journal, Paste, NBC, NPR, The Daily Beast, and Cigar Aficionado. A 2011 graduate of the Columbia Publishing Course, he interned for The New York Observer and Men's Journal before joining the team at Cigar Aficionado, where he was assistant editor and tasting coordinator until 2014. Clay graduated from Hampden-Sydney College with a BA in English.

Honors & Awards in the Arts

Music Awards


Jackson Morgan (Trumpet)
Macie Simmons (Percussion)
Christina Yang (Percussion)
North Carolina All-State Honors Band
Christina Yang (Percussion)

National Federation of Music Clubs Piano Festival
Murray Brauner - “Superior” rating
Olivia Turpin - “Superior” rating
Lauren Williams – “Superior” rating

6th Grade String Ensemble
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

7th/8th Grade String Ensemble
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

Upper School String Ensemble
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

Junior Western Regional Honors Orchestra
Annabel Chen (Violin)
Matthew Giovannelli (Bass)
Nate Lambert (Violin)
April Shi (Violin)
Ruth Shumway (Violin)

North Carolina Western Regional Honors Orchestra
Andrew DeWeese (Violin)
Austin Fitzgerald (Violin)
Alex Lapuente (Cello)
Veronica Leahy (Flute)
Alex Warmath (Bass)
Lily Zheng (Violin)

North Carolina High School All-State Honors Orchestra
Alex Warmath (Bass)
James McCellend (Bass)
Austin Fitzgerald (Violin)
Lily Zheng (Violin)

6th Grade Wind Ensemble
Received a rating of “Excellent” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

7th/8th Grade Wind Ensemble
Received a rating of “Excellent” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

Upper School Wind Ensemble
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

NCAIS Middle School All-State Honors Band
Jackson Morgan (Trumpet)
Macie Simmons (Percussion)
Christina Yang (Percussion)

NCAIS Upper School All-State Honors Band
Isabel Crews (Flute)
Veronica Leahy (Alto Sax)
Kaitlyn Snyder (Clarinet)

South Central District Middle School All-District Symphonic Band
Christina Yang (Mallet Percussion)

South Central District High School All-District Band
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)
Western Region All-Region Jazz Band
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)

North Carolina High School All-State Jazz Band
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)

North Carolina Middle School All-State Honors Band
Christina Yang (Mallet Percussion)

North Carolina High School All-State Honors Band
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)

2016 NAfME All-National Honors Jazz Ensemble
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)

2017 National Honor Band of America
Veronica Leahy (Alto Saxophone)

South Central District Solo & Ensemble Music Performance Adjudication
Isabel Crews (Flute Solo) – “Superior” rating
Andrew Egge (Mallet Percussion Solo) – “Superior” rating


Middle School Concert Choir
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

Upper School Concert Choir
Received a rating of “Superior” at the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication

North Carolina Elementary Honors Chorus
Sam Howard

North Carolina Middle School Honors Chorus
Morgan Hammer
Nate Lambert
Caroline McGirt
Sharanya Ravi Kumar

North Carolina Middle School All-State Chorus
Morgan Hammer
Carolina McGirt
Jenna Upton

North Carolina High School Honors Chorus
Tony Liu
Abigail Okland

NCMEA Young Professionals Symposium
Abigail Okland

Theater Awards

2017 Blumey Awards

Blumey Awards Finalist - Best Actor in a Musical
Ethan Holtzman for his performance as Bobby Childs in Crazy For You

Visual Arts Awards

2017 National Scholastic Awards

Hayes Woollen ’17, Digital Art Skull Face
Claire Zimmerman ’22, Printmaking Walking 2,842 Miles

2017 Regional Mid-Carolina Awards

Greer Campbell ’20, Sculpture
Hannah Hollingsworth ’21, Mixed Media

(Artist’s work to be displayed on a billboard in Charlotte)
Ella Lavelle ’19

(top 10% of entries)
Haley Barnes ’21, Drawing and Illustration
Greer Campbell ’20 Sculpture
Handy Culver ’17, Sculpture
Isabel de Armas ’18, Painting
Bridget Fish ’17, Architecture/Design
Bridget Fish ’17, Digital Art
Chloe Floyd ’21, Mixed Media
Michael Giftos ’20, Printmaking
Mary Gale Godwin ’21, Photography
Hannah Hollingsworth ’21, Mixed Media
Perry Knull ’22, Sculpture
Ella Lavelle ’19, Digital Art
Morgan Mathews ’17, Film & Animation
Emma Mathews ’17, Painting
Anna McCall ’21, Sculpture
Macie Simmons ’22, Mixed Media
Matigan Simpson ’18, Drawing and Illustration
Zoe Spicer ’21, Mixed Media
Wilson Thrift ’22, Painting
Juliana Vorhoff ’17, Art Portfolio
Amelie Wickham ’22, Mixed Media
Hayes Woollen ’17, Digital Art
Vivian Workman ’21, Drawing and Illustration
Michael Yang ’17, Photography
Ethan Zhang ’19, Painting
Claire Zimmerman ’22, Printmaking

(top 20% of all entries)
Ben Anderson ’22, Painting
Hailey Brasser ’22, Printmaking
Hannah Burlingame ’17, Painting
Madison Cacheris ’18, Drawing and Illustration
Bridget Fish ’17, Photography
Jacqueline Giftos ’22, Mixed Media
Molly Green ’17, Painting
Piper Harrell ’22, Sculpture
Riley Haynie ’21, Architecture/Design
Tyler Hill ’22, Architecture/Design
Ainsley Juckett ’17, Sculpture
J.B. Morrill ’22, Printmaking
Anya Nesmelova ’22, Sculpture
Grace Scott ’21, Photography
Mattison Shreero ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Isabelle Sumichrast ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Michael Yang ’17, Mixed Media
Michael Yang ’17, Mixed Media

(top 30% of all entries)
Evelyn Austin ’22, Mixed Media
Ellie Beuley ’19, Sculpture
Cole Clough ’18, Sculpture
Gracie Colombo ’20, Sculpture
Handy Culver ’17, Sculpture
Handy Culver ’17, Design
Handy Culver ’17, Design
Adam Cyzner ’21, Architecture/Design
Paige Davis ’17, Editorial Cartoon
Isabel de Armas ’18, Mixed Media
Mallory Evans ’18, Drawing and Illustration
Bridget Fish ’17, Photography
Will Flouhouse ’21, Sculpture
Olivia Fox ’17, Fashion
Olivia Fox ’17, Fashion
Olivia Fox ’17, Fashion
Elizabeth Griesser ’22, Mixed Media
Morgan Hammer ’22, Mixed Media
Colin Hayden ’18, Mixed Media
Emily Holtzman ’19, Mixed Media
Matthew Marcus ’21, Architecture/Design
Emma Mathews ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Lily McMahan ’22, Fashion
Conner McRae ’22, Digital Art
Mattison Shreero ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Mattison Shreero ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Mattison Shreero ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Isabelle Sumichrast ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Isabelle Sumichrast ’17, Photography
Isabelle Sumichrast ’17, Drawing and Illustration
Neely Grace Tye ’21, Ceramics & Glass
Amelie Wickham ’22, Fashion
Michael Yang ’17, Painting

Writing Awards

2017 National Scholastic Awards

Gracie Matthews ’18, Critical Essay

2017 Regional Mid-Carolina Awards

Hannah Barnes ’19, Humor
Gracie Matthews ’18, Critical Essay and Poetry

Nell Downey ’17, Poetry

Claire Friou ’17, Critical Essay

Thomas Aucamp ’18, Poetry
Ashton Barlow ’18, Poetry
Bridget Fish ’17, Poetry
Claire Friou ’17, Journalism
Emma Gerden ’19, Flash Fiction and Humor
Charlotte Kohn ’17, Poetry and Writing Portfolio
Jasmine Leahy ’17, Personal Essay/Memoir
Alison Moore ’21, Short Story
Margaux Pollan ’19, Personal Essay/Memoir
Vanessa Ramirez ’19, Personal Essay/Memoir
Margaret Redic ’17, Poetry
Riley Singer ’17, Poetry
Zoe Spicer ’21, Short Story
Tory Wilkison ’17, Poetry
Christopher Williams ’17, Poetry

Jake Ahern ’17, Critical Essay
Thomas Aucamp ’18, Critical Essay
Laura Scott Cary ’18, Poetry
Michelle Charles ’17, Poetry and Dramatic Script
Moon Cheong ’17, Critical Essay
Catherine Clover ’19, Humor
Nicole Ennis ’17, Flash Fiction
Gavin Gwaltney ’19, Humor
Cady Hammer ’18, Short Story
Colin Hayden ’18, Dramatic Script
Julia Holtzer ’17, Poetry
Charlotte Kohn ’17, Poetry
Alison Moore ’21, Poetry
Elizabeth Rose Nesbit ’19, Short Story
Abigail Okland ’17, Critical Essay
Vanessa Ramirez ’19, Personal Essay/Memoir
Margaret Redic ’17, Poetry
Mattison Shreero ’17, Writing Portfolio
Riley Singer ’17, Flash Fiction
Zoe Spicer ’21, Science Fiction
Tory Wilkison ’17, Poetry
Michael Yang ’17, Poetry

Silver Key Award in the Short Story Category
Alison Moore, ’21

Honorable Mention in the Poetry Category
Alison Moore, ’21

Silver Key Award in the Short Story Category
Zoe Spicer, ’21

Honorable Mention in the Science Fiction/Fantasy Category
Zoe Spicer, ’21

Latin Arts Association

LAA is the umbrella organization that supports, enhances, and promotes the arts at Latin.

By joining LAA, members provide financial assistance for the Latin arts programs including:

  • Choral and Instrumental Music
  • Creative Writing
  • Theater Arts
  • Visual Art

Learn more about LAA!

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