The Amphi High School photography club will host an exhibition at the school on Friday.

The exhibit, which will showcase student photography, will take place from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Amphi High School Performing Arts Center, 125 W. Yavapai Road.

Many of the student photographers have won awards for their work, including:

•Julio Morales, who won the Arizona School Boards Association Jack Peterson contest.

•José Coronado, who won a Congressional Art Award.

•Gabriel Farmer, who took first place in the SkillsUSA Regional contest and third in the state contest last school year.

Farmer and Ana Miranda received honorable mention in the Nikon Photographer's Forum National Contest.

The exhibit is free, but prints of the photos will be available for sale.

The photography club is an after-school program that allows students to run their own photography business.

The club photographs team events, school dances, senior portraits and provides other services.

For more information about the exhibit, contact Josh Fields at 696-5375 or or Alex Gonzalez at 696-5469 or

Contact reporter Jamar Younger at or 573-4242. On Twitter: @JamarYounger