Stars of Jefferson: Black Shines Brighter
In this exhibit, we highlight the many individuals who blessed the halls of Jefferson High School with their shining presence. Through multiple forms of art and media, we honor their legacy and the example Jefferson alum set for the students that walk those same halls today.
The selected individuals were chosen by the members of the Jefferson High School Black Student Union (BSU) for their continued impact on our community.
The vision was executed by the BSU, students from various art classes, students from music classes, and the Jefferson Dancers.
This exhibit is a manifestation of the Black excellence that is cultivated in our school. Jefferson High School acts as a safe haven of our community; the Stars of Jefferson are individuals who exhibit the best characteristics of what Jefferson has to offer and are proof that Black Shines Brighter.
The Paragon Arts Gallery is free and open to the public Wednesdays – Fridays, 12 – 7 pm and Saturdays, 12 – 5 pm. The exhibition can be viewed 24/7 from February 3-11 from N. Killingsworth Street.
Students of Jefferson High School