High School Essay Competition 2011

High School Essay Competition 2011-11
Through the Graduate Student Scholarship Competitions, the ACA Foundation is able to provide financial support and recognition to deserving graduate students, while encouraging all counseling students to think about the future of this profession and the role they will be playing in it., Halifax West High School, “The Birth and Destruction of Honour” Jack Farrell won an i Pad Mini as the first prize, while the writers who received an honourable mention were awarded gift certificates to a local bookstore. 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, 0 Scholarship Winner: Jacob Bloch of Paul D. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Anran Yu of Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz.

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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.

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.

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.— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.2008 — First Place,

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

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.

2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.

— 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.

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Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.— 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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Logan Oyler, Hickory High School, Chesapeake, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Joey Muffler, Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria, VA 2002 — First Place Winner: Jonathan Ross Kaplan, Nova High School, Davie, Fla.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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.2007 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.— 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,

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

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.

2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.

— 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.

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Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.— 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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Logan Oyler, Hickory High School, Chesapeake, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Joey Muffler, Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria, VA 2002 — First Place Winner: Jonathan Ross Kaplan, Nova High School, Davie, Fla.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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.2007 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Heather Hamilton, Sentinel High School, Missoula, Mont.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Logan Oyler, Hickory High School, Chesapeake, Va.— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Joey Muffler, Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria, VA 2002 — First Place Winner: Jonathan Ross Kaplan, Nova High School, Davie, Fla.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.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.2007 — First Place,

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

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.

2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.

— 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.

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Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.2008 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.— 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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Logan Oyler, Hickory High School, Chesapeake, Va.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Joey Muffler, Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria, VA 2002 — First Place Winner: Jonathan Ross Kaplan, Nova High School, Davie, Fla.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.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.2007 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

,000 Scholarship Winner: David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

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