Mandy has the honor of being her students' first teacher in the U. She coaches fastpitch softball and girls' basketball, advises the writing club, and co-advises the Gay-Straight Alliance. Mandy is also a powerful voice for policy in her building and district.
Your generous contributions have helped alleviate some of the financial burden for these distinguished high school graduates and have helped recognize the hard work and commitment to learning that these students have demonstrated. As a staff writer and ombudsman for the Silver Chips student newspaper, Lauren edits and fact checks stories and wrote a piece that was named a top-ten feature in the nation by the National Scholastic Press Association.
As a page for the Maryland House of Delegates, Lauren provided input on policy priorities and attended committee meetings.
She will attend Harvard University in the fall and plans to study both economics and Near Eastern languages and civilizations in preparation for law school. She is an active photographer and poet and recently self- published her own book of poems, Adolescence: Poetry and Musings of a Young, Black Girl.
She will attend Northwestern University in the fall major to study economics and international studies. Sherry is both an accomplished artist and is active in many computer science initiatives. She founded, developed curriculum for, and taught an introductory computer science and animation camp for elementary to high school students.
Sherry will attend Harvard University in the fall to study government, economics, and computer science. Abigail will attend Harvard College in the fall. She applies her passion for historical studies to advocate for political change and excel in speech and debate activities.
An active volunteer in her community, Ava has served as president of the Key Club, debate coach at Rocky Run Middle School, and intern for several political campaigns.
Ava will attend the University of Chicago in the fall and plans to double major in economics and comparative literature with a minor in Russian. David has leveraged his exemplary leadership abilities to advocate for diverse representation in student organizations and increased mental health resources for his community.
For example, as President of the Montgomery County Regional Student Government Association, he assembled the most diverse executive board in recent memory by applying lessons learned in his IB anthropology class to value varied manifestations of merit. He also lobbied for a bill requiring suicide awareness training for school staff and, as a member of the Montgomery County Commission on Children and Youth, created and chaired the Access to Mental Health Resources Committee.
David will attend Yale College in the fall. Brian is an Eagle Scout, whose many enthusiasms include WorldQuest, a national trivia competition on foreign and domestic policy; student representative to the DC State Board of Education; and being a lab assistant at the Carnegie Institute of Sciences.
Brian will attend Stanford University in the fall to study political science, public policy, and journalism. Nadja will attend New York University in the fall, with plans to become a doctor focusing on global public health.
While at Richard Montgomery, she served as editor-inchief of The Tide student newspaper. She also ran cross-country and track all four years including on the varsity team in junior and senior years. With hours of community service given by JanuaryRachel has many competing interests.
Attending Brown University in the fall, she plans to study History, and potentially pursue a career in journalism, or working as a speechwriter, or in government service, possibly with a stint in the Peace Corps beforehand. Her teachers describe her as reflective, intellectually curious, and dedicated to meaningful, thoughtful work.
Uche plans to become a doctor and biomedical researcher, where he hopes to apply his passion for the sciences in a charitable way.
Also an athlete, Uche played three years of football and two years of basketball during high school. His teachers note his strong work ethic, displaying maturity and seriousness about his work.
An academic high achiever, he has also pursued his passion for acting during his high school career.Funds can be used for any aspect of the Creative Writing Program, including visiting writers' workshops, prizes and awards, travel for MFA students, the Young .
National High School Poetry Contest at Gannon University English Department is now accepting submissions.
The top three winners will receive a monetary award, a signed book by distinguished poet Denise Duhamel, and publication in the Awards Night program. Find and save ideas about Student awards on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Awards, End of and Student gifts.
Super fun and creative end of the school year awards and gifts for students. Find this Pin and more on Middle High English Resources by Presto Plans. CCA students unlock creativity with Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition Commonwealth Charter Academy has been a regional affiliate sponsor since This year, awards were given to students in eight counties.
Amherst Regional High SchoolSenior awards. Boston Globe Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards Gold Key: Frances Duncan, Olivia Weld Boston Globe Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards Silver Keys: Sam Rosenberry Boston Globe Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards Honorable Mention: Forest Carlsen-Neiger, Peter Hudlicka, Jacob Kaplan,, Christina Kiely, Dedication, Motivation, and Achievement in the Arts: .
Achievement Awards in Writing. Purpose: To encourage high school juniors to write and to publicly recognize the best student writers.. Schools in the United States, Canada, Virgin Islands and American Schools Abroad are eligible to nominate juniors.