Olivia Bodner and Maggie Kushner have something extra special to celebrate during their last week of  high school, as both students were named WVIA-TV's Artists of the Week. The students are being featured by the television station as part of its campaign to call attention to high school students who have excelled in the study of the arts. Each of the students were interviewed by WVIA staff, with their respective story captured in a one-minute vignette. The stories will run throughout the week on WVIA-TV and will also be available for one year on wvia.org. Congratulations girls on this much deserved recognition! You can watch the students' story below.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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