• Shout out!    We celebrate winners in the highly competitive Regional Scholastic art competition. 

    The Scholastic Art Awards uses a "blind adjudication" process, meaning that judging is a merit basis with only the art object under review, and judges do not know about student identity. Criteria for judging were originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal vision.

    Sariah Kim, 8th

    Honorable Mention- “Leisurely Time”

    Cat artwork

    Faith Norona, 8th

    Honorable Mention- “Rock On”

    boy with guitar artwork

    Ana (Camila) Reyes. 8th

    Gold Key- “Beauty Is Pain But Not Yours”

    rabbit artwork

    Ana who won Gold will advance to the National competition.  Wishing our gold key artist luck!!!! Results for the National Competition will be in March

    Digital Art Show Lopez Middle School 20-21

    Congratulations to the Lopez artists and recent Lopez graduates selected for Frame Up. Digital prints of their work will be exhibited in NEISD Central Office for the upcoming school year.  Congratulations Annika Clement and  Mia Goldblum former 8th-grade artist Julia Kim current 8th-grade artist.  
    Girl standing in raincoat
    rabbit in flower bed
    watercolor painting of flower