More than 20 Wilton High School seniors were recognized during this year\u2019s Fine and Performing Arts (FAPA) Awards ceremony the evening of Wednesday, May 24. The following students were awarded for their AP student portfolios: Phoebe Anderson. Catherine Cinguina. Aldyn Flavin. Catie Frankel. Jonathan Gibney. Kendall LaMantia. Logan Morris. Ryan Purdy. Emma Stow. Christine Troller. Rachel Waters. Seven students were recognized for placing in the 2017 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards, a state art competition sponsored by the Connecticut Art Education Association: Phoebe Anderson: Gold Key \u2014\u00a0Mixed media. Adrian DeSimone: Gold Key \u2014\u00a0Digital art. Aldyn Flavin: Gold Key \u2014 Digital art. Emma Keating: Gold Key \u2014 Film and animation. Kendall LaMantia: Silver Key \u2014 Digital art. Alia O\u2019Neill: Honorable mention \u2014 Ceramics and glass. Isabella Segall: Honorable mention \u2014 Digital Art. The following seniors received PTSA Book Awards for demonstrating the highest quality of performance in specific subject areas: Dan Gassel:\u00a0Ceramics. Catie Frankel: Painting. Jonathan Gibney: Drawing. Emma Keating:\u00a0Computer graphics. Kyle Nash:\u00a0Photography. Katherine Kandiew, Aqueelah Muhammad and Alida Schefers received Echelon Awards for their work on this year\u2019s yearbook. Parent Pam Doctors, who served as chief photographer, was also awarded. The Faculty Book Award went to Giovanni Santarsiero, the Charles A. Dana Award went to Catie Frankel, and Lindsay Clifford received\u00a0The Greens and Meadows Holiday Card Award. Sean Cunningham, Jonathan Gibney, Emma Keating and Catie Frankel received Ambler Trust Scholarships, Dan Gassel and Catherine Cinguina received\u00a0Julia Robb Scholarships from the Wilton Woman\u2019s Club, and Robert Lassen Awards went to Phoebe Anderson and Christine Troller.