The results for the 2024 Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards have been emailed out to all educators on file. Students should check with their educator for a list of winning works from their school.
The full list of Duval County Public School Winners is posted below. Congratulations to ALL of our award winning students and their educators! We look forward to honoring your work on Saturday, February 17th!
The Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards is a regional visual art affiliate of the national program: Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
As an affiliate, we collect original works from students (age 13-18, grades 7-12), in our region including Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, St. John's, Union, and Volusia Counties, arrange adjudication with professional artists and art educators, and then honor regional award winners with exhibitions and college scholarship offers. Top regional award winners go on to national adjudication where students can earn national awards, cash scholarships, and recognition at Carnagie Hall in NYC!This year's regional awards ceremony and exhibition openings will take place on Saturday, February 17th in downtown Jacksonville. Students and educators should check their emails for more details about these event or check our affiliate website here: Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards.
For 100 years, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the exceptional vision of our nation’s youth. Established in 1923 by Scholastic Inc. founder Maurice R. Robinson, the Scholastic Awards have grown to become the nation’s highest honor and largest source of scholarships for creative teens. Through a nationwide partner network of more than 100 Affiliates, the 2022 Awards received 260,000 submissions spanning 28 categories of art and writing. Nationally, submission numbers for this program have more than doubled in the last 7 years! Students are encouraged by their educators, both in schools and through out-of-school programs, to submit their original work.All students in grades 7 through 12, whether in public, private, or home schools, can apply.Notable Scholastic Awards alumni include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Cy Twombly, John Baldessari, Ken Burns, Zac Posen, Kay WalkingStick, Lena Dunham, Richard Avedon, Stephen King, Luis Jiménez, and Truman Capote—to name just a few.
2024 Regional Gold Key Winner & American Visions Nominee: "American Baggage"
2024 Regional Gold Key Winner: "Summer Heat"
Mark your calendar for these upcoming events for the 2024 Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards!
February 17th in Downtown Jacksonville:
- NEFSAA Awards Ceremony at the Florida Theatre,
- Individual Gold Key Exhibition & Senior Portfolio Exhibition Opening at the Main Branch Library on Laura St.
2024 Regional Gold Key Winner: "Mirror Image"
2024 Regional Gold Key Winner: "Contemplation"
2024 Regional Gold Key Winner: "Forever Young"
Northeast Florida Scholastic Art AwardsNortheast Florida Scholastic Art Awards (NEFSAA) has been a regional affiliate since 2011. NEFSAA represents Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, St. John's, Union, and Volusia Counties, including public, private, charter, and home school students grades 7-12, age 13 and up.
This is a HUGE opportunity for our art students! Our regional winners receive big scholarship money from our partner colleges and universities, which include Savannah College of Art & Design, Jacksonville University, and the University of North Florida.
These awards have totaled over $36 million in college scholarship offers in the last 5 years!
For more information about NEFSAA or the registration and awards process for our regional affiliate, visit our affiliate site at:
See our Quick Reference Guide above for a snapshot of information about this program, the submission process, the categories, and our Regional Awards.
If you'd like a detailed description of the art categories, review the category definitions here.