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Winners So Far

Sophomores Nicole Dougherty, left, and Alyssa Williams hold the shoes that they designed for the 2019 Vans Custom Culture competition among high school students across the country. The pair, who are both students in Kayley Quick’s graphic design class at Flagstaff High School, competed against fellow students at FHS to win the chance to design a pair of shoes. Their designs officially won Tuesday morning. 

Flagstaff High School students have reached the final round of the Vans Custom Culture contest, according to a social media post by Flagstaff Unified School District.

The school is one of the top five in votes to win $75,000 for its art program. The contest is held annually by Vans and invites schools across the country to participate.

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This year, there were 500 schools participating. The other schools in the top five are from Louisville, Kentucky, Harmony, Pennsylvania, New Bedford, Massachusetts and Van Wert, Ohio.

Although voting has now ended, the final winner will be announced next week.

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