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ICCS Junior selected for prestigious summer arts program

June LaPorta, Director of Advancement & Communications

Ashley Webster is pictured with her first-place artwork at the Memphis Teach-In at the National Civil Rights Museum in September 2017.

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Ashley Webster is pictured with her first-place artwork at the Memphis Teach-In at the National Civil Rights Museum in September 2017.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School Junior Ashley Webster has been accepted to attend the 2018 summer program at the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts in Murfreesboro, Tenn. The four-week, highly selective residency program was founded in 1984 by former Governor Lamar Alexander to provide high school students gifted in music, visual art, theater, dance and filmmaking an opportunity to study with faculty from some of the most prestigious arts schools in the nation including Yale, Julliard and Eastman.

More than 1400 students from across the state apply for the program each January for one of 230 scholarships. Awards are announced after a rigorous admission process that includes auditions or submissions of portfolios and interview.

Nov 16, 2018

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