Six Keystone Oaks High School students received scholarship awards and recognition for work they submitted to Pittsburgh Technical Institute's Visions and Voices 2013 art show scholarship competition.
- Karly Harris won Best of Show for her piece entitled "Fear Builds Walls."
- First place in Fine Art-2D went to Ryan McCay for "All Quiet on the Western Front."
- First place in Fine Art-3D went to Jenn DeFazio for her work "The Breaking Point." DeFazio also received an honorable mention in the category Fine Art-2D for her piece "Intertwined."
- Stephen Yamalis received an honorable mention for his work "In Your Face" in the category Fine Art-2D.
- Kaitlin Tomko received an honorable mention for her untitled glass piece in the category Fine Art-3D.
- Bre Coyle received an honorable mention in the category Fine Art-3D for a drum she created using majolica and white clay, glaze, goat skin, leather cord and feathers.
Information about the competition is available on the PTI Visions & Voices website.