Every school in Michigan wants their students to excel in every department and the Royal Oak High School has actually achieved that goal for their Graphic Communications Program. The school will receive a lithographic stone given by the Ben Franklin Honor Society of the Printing Industries of America, which I am sure they will display proudly as it is quite an achievement for the Royal Oak High School.
Topping the list of winners is John Litwinowicz who according to the Royal Oak High School website is the “Best of Royal Oak” and he placed first at the Michigan Skills USA Graphic Communications contest and this is his third award.
The Graphic Arts Educational and Research Foundation gave a junior, Colin Dean a $2,000.00 check for his innovative and national winning design with the theme of embracing technology and it will be used in next years international Graph Expo show according to the Daily Tribune.
Also, a $2,000.00 national scholarship has been awarded to Jarrad Barrick, who is a 2009 graduate from the Royal Oak High School and this big win came from the Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation.
The honors were given in Chicago earlier this month and I am sure that the Royal Oak High School, the city of Royal Oak and the parents of these outstanding students are gleaming with pride. This is quite an accomplishment for the Royal Oak High School and it proves that they have a great graphic communications program.