Flagstaff High School wins Vans Custom Culture contest

Flagstaff High School students Alyssa Williams and Nicole Dougherty won first place in the Vans Custom Culture competition in which students from across the country design Vans shoes. (Kevin Moriarty/NHO)

Flagstaff High School students Alyssa Williams and Nicole Dougherty won first place in the Vans Custom Culture competition in which students from across the country design Vans shoes. (Kevin Moriarty/NHO)

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Navajo student Alyssa Williams, Graphic Design teacher Kayley Quick and Nicole Dougherty won first place for Flagstaff High School in the Vans Custom Culture competition May 14. (Kevin Moriarty/NHO)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Flagstaff High School won the grand prize for the 2019 Vans Custom Culture contest May 14, winning $75,000 for its arts program and celebrating shoe designers Alyssa Williams and Nicole Dougherty and their teacher Kayley Quick.

The students at Flagstaff High School jammed out to a performance by K. Flay and Vans corporate served hot dogs, pizza and gave out Vans swag.

Look in the May 22 edition for the full story.

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