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Dougherty High students display art work

Students view their art work at Dougherty High's "Art Attack." (Source:WALB) Students view their art work at Dougherty High's "Art Attack." (Source:WALB)
More than 300 pieces of art were made by students in grades 9 through 12. (Source:WALB) More than 300 pieces of art were made by students in grades 9 through 12. (Source:WALB)
Awards were given out in each grade level. (Source:WALB) Awards were given out in each grade level. (Source:WALB)
Samantha Fields, Art Teacher (Source:WALB) Samantha Fields, Art Teacher (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Some Dougherty High school students are displaying their creative skills.
    

The school hosted its third annual "Art Attack" Thursday night.
Parents and students viewed more than 300 pieces of art made by students in grades 9 through 12.

"I feel like it gives the kids an opportunity to see all their hard work at the end of the year,” said Samantha Fields, Art Teacher. “This is when they come and see that it was all worth it, this really was worth it."

Awards were given out in each grade level.
The art pieces will be up Friday during Honor's Day for the community to view.

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