More than a dozen Columbia High School students and their parents attended a Creative Career Night last month at the Sage College of Albany to learn more about college and career opportunities.
Inspired by the street artist Kelsey Montague, students in Art teacher Patti LeRoy’s classes created individual feathers as a piece of collaborative interactive art in the Columbia High School lobby.
Columbia High School students embraced the spirit of Thanksgiving this month by sharing what they are thankful for with colorful sticky notes on the wall of the lobby.
Students in Columbia’s Studio Art classes are celebrating Day of the Dead festivities with a special exhibit in the school’s main lobby.
Columbia art students celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month by creating an art show in the high school lobby. The show was on display earlier this month and included watercolor paintings, acrylic paintings, color pencil drawings, chalk pastels and mixed media.
Playskool crayons have been found to contain toxic levels of asbestos, according to the consumer advocacy group U.S. Public Interest Research Group.