Podcast Submit the publication website link to a student produced podcast created by online staff. Cartoons Submit the publication website link of a cartoon and caption to be judged on originality, appropriateness to subject matter, style and clarity.
Gold and silver key winners will also be invited to a ceremony at Tufts University in March. Off-campus issues Submit a PDF of either a regularly appearing column or a one-time opinion piece that expresses a viewpoint regarding any issue or trend that goes beyond your campus community.
Features must include headlines, captions and a story. Do not include any identifying information, such as your name, in the title of your portfolio or the works included in the submission.
Remember to submit the entire page the headline and story was published. More information is available at http: Judged on technique, impact, human interest with emphasis on people in their environment, good cropping, sharp print quality and its ability to convey a story.
These pages should not include a masthead but be stand-alone op-ed pages. Personality profile Submit a publication website link of a feature story about an individual's life, interests or accomplishments.
Sports features should be entered in category N Title page Submit a PDF of one title page for an entry. Judged on quality of writing and the amount of research and insight provided. Photo story Submit a PDF of the full page, including the headlines, copy, photos and captions. Salyn Yancey earned a silver key and an honorable mention in ceramics and glass.
Salyn Yancey earned gold key in ceramics and glass for this piece, titled coral. Index Submit a PDF of the entire index. Newsmagazine Cover Submit a PDF of a cover of an issue that may include multi-teasers or possibly on story feature.
Host a library read-in — Guests can participate in all-night readings, poetry slams, and other activities.
West Tisbury School students took home several writing awards this year. Cartoons may be editorial, sports or comic in style. So this Teen Read Weekturn your library into a place that gets teens excited about books! Judging will be done in December and announced in January If more than one person, clearly identify on the form the photographer and illustrator.
Gold key winners will see their work go on to compete at the national competition in New York city, and the artwork will also be displayed at a special gallery exhibit in Boston. The emphasis should be on the scope, content, and quality of the reporting and editing.
Single Subject News or Feature Package, 3 or more pages or special section Submit a PDF of either a package that has 3 or more pages or is designed as a special section of one or more stories on a single topic. Entertainment reviews Submit a PDF of an opinion piece that reviews movies, music, plays, concerts, books, exhibits, performances or other technical gadgets available to the public or to the student community.
Send Future New Submission Forms to: Judged on quality of writing and amount of research and insight provided. Students in grades 7—12 in the U. Collect book reviews — Have kids submit them throughout the week, and bind them into an annual volume.
Maximum of 4 spreads 8 pages allowed. Breaking news Submit a publication website link of a story written within twelve hours of a developing news event on your campus. Graduating Seniors may submit up to two Writing Portfolios, but may not submit the same work in both portfolios.
Portfolio Illustration Submit a PDF of three to six different pages that contain an illustration by the same artist. Single sports photograph Submit a PDF of the page where a single sports photograph is published.
Alyssa Smith and Salyn Yancey both received honorable mentions in the painting category. Sara Sinek, ssinek scholastic. Cultural feature Submit a PDF of an opinion piece that reviews entertainment, food, travel, lifestyle, or fashion. Editorial writing Submit a PDF of an editorial written as a statement of opinion by the staff, not a personal op-ed column.HOW TO ENTER the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Students in grades 7–12 in the U.S.
and its territories, as well as American schools abroad, are invited to submit creative and original work in any of the Awards’ 29 art and writing categories, including architecture, painting, flash fiction, poetry, printmaking and video game design.
Students who received recognition in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were eligible to apply for the program, and the Scholastic Awards partnered with pre-college programs, universities, writing institutes, studios, and creative workshops to give our students the summer of a lifetime.
Columbia Scholastic Press Association CSPA is an international student press association, founded inwhose goal is to unite student journalists and faculty advisers at schools and colleges through educational conferences, idea exchanges, textbooks, critiques and award programs.
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running awards program for creative students in grades 7 through The program was established in by Scholastic founder Maurice R. Robinson. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards features the Gold and Silver Key winning art and writing by students in grades from Northern Indiana and Northwest Ohio.
BMAC is proud to serve as the Vermont affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a prestigious national program that recognizes and nurtures the creative talents of teen artists and writers.Download