A Student From Leander ISD Wins The National High School Musical Prize

According to Leander ISD’s announcement on Twitter, high school student Langston Lee won the award for best actor at The Jimmy Awards in New York on Monday.

According to the website, the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, also known as The Jimmy Awards, honor outstanding student performances and recognize the importance of theatre arts education in schools.

The NHSMTA website claims that Lee received the Heller Awards for Young Artists’ “Best Performance by an Actor” award.

According to Leander Independent School District, Lee won “Best Actor” at the Heller Awards for Young Artists in Austin for his performance in Rouse High School’s production of “Anastasia” this past year.

The Heller Grants for Youthful Specialists supports perceivability for secondary school melodic venue programs and produces an occasion that forms local area, while praising the difficult work and ability of thousands of understudies and educators in the More prominent Austin region, as per the Heller Grants for Youthful Craftsmen site.

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Beginning in the fall, Lee will go to The Juilliard School in New York for acting, Leander ISD said.

According to the website, Pittsburgh CLO and Nederlander Alliances, a division of The Nederlander Organization, established the Jimmy Awards in 2009.

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