Schentrup, Lynn

Title: Art Teacher, Department Chair,SBDM member
Telephone: (859) 381-3308 ext. 2303
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schentrup, lynn

Available Wednesdays and Fridays to work with students after school.

Students must notify the teacher of plans to stay and arrive to the classroom by 3:30 p.m. unless previously arranged to arrive later.

Students can attend Extended School Services on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the library.

Lynn Schentrup is a Visual Art teacher, teaching Computer Assisted Art 1, Computer Assisted Art 2, Advanced Photography 1 and 2, Graphic Design, Advanced Art 3, and Advanced Placement Studio Art 2D, 3D, and Drawing.  She is the Co-Department Chair of the Fine Arts and World Language Department and a SBDM member.

After graduating from Lexington Catholic (2000), Ms. Schentrup attended Murray State University where she studied Visual Art Education.  She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Visual Art with an emphasis in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design and a Teaching Certificate (2004).  Ms. Schentrup went on to teach visual art at Hopkinsville High School in Christian County from 2005—2009 before returning home to Lexington to teach at Bryan Station High School.  While teaching, Ms. Schentrup earned her Masters of Arts in Education in the area of Art Education from Western Kentucky University (2011).

As a visual artist, Ms. Schentrup has been awarded the Senior Art Award from the Lexington Art League (2000), the Freshmen of the Year Award (2001) for her photograph Water Bug, Junior of the Year Award (2003) for her set of sterling silver knuckle rings, Displacement, and the Art Education Scholarship (2003) while at Murray State.  Ms. Schentrup has been invited and accepted to exhibit in several exhibitions in Paducah, KY and Evansville, IN.  At the Inspired Women in the Arts Exhibition in Evansville, IN, Ms. Schentrup was honored to win second place in sculpture (2008) for her chainmail sculpture Law, third place in sculpture (2011) for her chainmail sculpture Square Peg in a Round Hole, third place overall (20013) for her necklace, Mother, and 1st place overall (2014) for her necklace, Great Mother. In 2014, Ms. Schentrup exhibited 3 jewelry pieces at the City Gallery in Lexington, KY with several other FCPS high school art teachers.  Mother received a blue ribbon in the category of all metal jewelry at the 2015 Kentucky State Fair. She continues to create small sculptures in sterling silver and copper as well as take commissions in a wide variety of media.


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