High School Essay Competition 2011

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Entries may be typed or handwritten but must be double-spaced. Mailed entries must be stapled together in the upper left-hand corner. Any protest in the conduct of the contest must be made immediately.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.

Send mailed entries to: Journalism Education Association ATTN: SPJ/JEA High School Essay Contest 105 Kedzie Hall 828 Mid-Campus Dr. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Jacob Bloch of Paul D. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Anran Yu of Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz.

Entries submitted without the required entry fee will be disqualified. Contestants must compose an original essay with limited guidance from others. The Journalism Education Association and Society of Professional Journalists will have the right to edit, publish or otherwise duplicate any essay entered into the contest without payment to the author. Due to the volume of entries received, only national winners will be contacted with the results. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Phoebe Fox of La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls in Honolulu, Hawaii. Read essay [PDF] 2013 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Courtney Swafford of Write from the Heart in Wilmington, Del.

Checks should be made out to the Journalism Education Association. Read essay [PDF] 2014 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Tianyu Lin of Milton Academy in Milton, Mass.

High School Essay Competition 2011

Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place,

Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.

The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.

We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.

Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.

Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.

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Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Zachory John Drisko, Green Hope High School, Cary, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Katie Roberts, Home schooled, Walnut Shade, Mo.2004 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Heather Hamilton, Sentinel High School, Missoula, Mont.2006 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.Our English courses feature small classes where students have plenty of opportunities to write with feedback from their professors, while our unique Writing Minor focuses not only on creative writing, but also on rhetoric, editing, and writing in various genres.Elementary School Winners While not yet in middle school, fifth grade tutors in the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program at PS94 Kings College School in New York City wrote their own essays.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Zachory John Drisko, Green Hope High School, Cary, N. — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Katie Roberts, Home schooled, Walnut Shade, Mo.2004 — First Place,

Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.

The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.

We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.

Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.

Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.

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Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Zachory John Drisko, Green Hope High School, Cary, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Katie Roberts, Home schooled, Walnut Shade, Mo.2004 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Heather Hamilton, Sentinel High School, Missoula, Mont.2006 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.Our English courses feature small classes where students have plenty of opportunities to write with feedback from their professors, while our unique Writing Minor focuses not only on creative writing, but also on rhetoric, editing, and writing in various genres.Elementary School Winners While not yet in middle school, fifth grade tutors in the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program at PS94 Kings College School in New York City wrote their own essays.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Heather Hamilton, Sentinel High School, Missoula, Mont.2006 — First Place,

Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.

The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.

We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.

Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.

Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.

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Entrants submitting online must use a credit card, and entrants submitting by mail may pay by check or credit card and should indicate the preferred payment option on the entry form. The contest is open to all students in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools within the United States. Contestants may submit only one essay entry during any given contest year. No individual having previously won a national SPJ Essay Scholarship will be eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Sania Chandrani, Parkview High School, Liburn, Georgia.The Mount English Department is pleased to highlight the work of young writers, from high school through university and beyond.We look forward to seeing participating students, their parents, and teachers at a reception in the fall.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Zachory John Drisko, Green Hope High School, Cary, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Katie Roberts, Home schooled, Walnut Shade, Mo.2004 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Heather Hamilton, Sentinel High School, Missoula, Mont.2006 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.Our English courses feature small classes where students have plenty of opportunities to write with feedback from their professors, while our unique Writing Minor focuses not only on creative writing, but also on rhetoric, editing, and writing in various genres.Elementary School Winners While not yet in middle school, fifth grade tutors in the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program at PS94 Kings College School in New York City wrote their own essays.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.Our English courses feature small classes where students have plenty of opportunities to write with feedback from their professors, while our unique Writing Minor focuses not only on creative writing, but also on rhetoric, editing, and writing in various genres.Elementary School Winners While not yet in middle school, fifth grade tutors in the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program at PS94 Kings College School in New York City wrote their own essays.

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