A sculpture was unveiled on the front lawn of Quincy Notre Dame High School on Friday.
It's the fourth of eight sculptures that are a part of the Moorman Foundation and Art's Quincy Celebration of Education Sculpture series.
It was made by an artist from Iowa who said each piece of the sculpture has a meaning.
"The golden wing represents the students who have to take the future into their own hands," artist Hilde Debruyne said. "They have to be responsible through independent learning, through determination and to fly out of the school and build their own future."
She said one wing represents the school, staff, and teachers and the other wing represents family and friends.