High School Essay Contests 2008

  • High School Essay Contest | International Bipolar Foundation

    The High School Essay Contest has concluded for 2018. The new contest will be announced September 2019. Requirements. 1. Must be a highschool student 

  • High School Essay Contest - Society of Professional Journalists

    2008 Contest Winners Read Press Release — First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, 

  • National High School Essay Contest

    The deadline for submissions to the 21st annual AFSA National High School Essay Contest was March 15, 2019. Winners will be notified by phone in early June 

  • 2008 CFOG Essay Contest Press Release - Connecticut Foundation

    Ethan Edholm, a senior at Housatonic Regional Valley High School, has won the first Foundation for Open Government (CFOG) high school essay contest.

  • Contests | Narrative Magazine

    Narrative Third Annual “Tell Me a Story” High School Contest The 2015 Narrative High School Essay Contest Winners N30B Contest Winners—2008.

  • 2018 High School Essay Contest - Connecticut Foundation for Open

    2018 High School Essay Contest. First Prize: $1,000. Second Prize: $500. Third Prize: $300. Honorable Mentions: $50. Students choose one of the following 

  • SPJ/JEA High School Essay Contest - Journalism Education

    SPJ and JEA want to increase high school students' knowledge and Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. . Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash. 2008.

  • Contests for Students | United States Institute of Peace

    The contest engages high school students in learning and writing about issues of peace and conflict, and encourages appreciation for diplomacy's role in 

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    Free poetry contest for students grades K-9 from the United States. Celebrating over 20 years of inspiring Writing Contests for Elementary School, Middle School & High School Students . contest"The Washington Post, February 28, 2008