Caro Wilding was an Art Teacher at North Kitsap High School for seven years. She taught Art 1, Art 2, AP 2D Design, AP 3D Design, Pottery, and was responsible for the introduction of the Jewelry and Metalsmithing Design course to North Kitsap High School. Caro Wilding was the embodiment of an artist, both creatively and spiritually. She encouraged students to not just become better artists, but better human beings.

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Caro Wilding 2021
Art Scholarship Winners

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Lillian Benge NKHS & Morgan Halady KHS

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Lillian Benge - North Kitsap High School

Accepted to Syracuse University for Theater Design and Technology

"I would consider colored pencil to be my strongest medium, but I feel that this is because it is the only medium I have worked in enough to call a strength. I work in all sorts of sculptural and 2-dimensional mediums, so to pick one as my strength is difficult to pinpoint. I would say that my strength as a student is being a deep thinker. I like to approach everything with a very critical eye, so I never take anything at surface level."

Morgan Halady - Kingston High School

Accepted into Portland State University

"Growing up I have always dabbled in art. It started out with coloring books and painting out of soup cans in my kindergarten class. Little did I know then, that it would end up being my favorite thing to do and the one thing to get me through a global pandemic. My favorite part about being an artist is the people I have met and been inspired by. Art is such a passionate and personal thing and being able to share that same passion with other people has given me a whole new perspective and component in my life."

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P.O. Box 291 Poulsbo WA 98370