Keystone students earn honors in Scholastic Writing Awards

Feb 05 2020

Keystone students earn honors in Scholastic Writing Awards

Congratulations to the 12 students who earned 18 awards in the Southwest Region-at-Large Program of the 2020 Scholastic Writing Awards. This year, more than 346,000 works were submitted. Gold Key works advance to national judging with national winners being announced in March.

The awards:

  • Timothy, Junior: Honorable Mention in Poetry for “A Guide to Walking in Starlight”
  • Timothy, Junior: Silver Key in Poetry for “Snapshots of the Was”
  • Andres, Junior: Gold Key in Short Story for “Blue Memory”
  • Jack, Sophomore: Gold Key in Humor for “Collection of Stories from an Erratic Storyteller That Hopes the Stories Are at Least a Little Comprehensible”
  • Evan, Eighth Grader: Silver Key in Science Fiction and Fantasy for “All Too Human”
  • Ishan, Eighth Grader: Gold Key in Poetry for “Illuminated Sky”
  • Eric, Junior: Silver Key in Short Story for “Grass Carp”
  • Abigail, Eighth Grader: Gold Key in Poetry for “Why did she let go?”
  • Becca, Eighth Grader: Gold Key in Poetry for “The Voice on the Mountain”
  • Kate, Eighth Grader: Gold Key in Poetry for “A Collection of Poetry”
  • Isabella, Senior: Gold Key in Critical Essay for “What’s the Big Deal with Blackface? A Story of Cultural Appropriation Today”
  • Celeste, Ninth Grader: Gold Key in Personal Essay and Memoir for “Funhouse”
  • Celeste, Ninth Grader: Honorable Mention in Personal Essay and Memoir for “Crazy: Love Beyond Lifetimes”
  • Celeste, Ninth Grader: Honorable Mention in Poetry for “Diary of a Lovesick Teenager”
  • Celeste, Ninth Grader: Honorable Mention in Poetry for “The Difference Between Air and Water”
  • Celeste, Ninth Grader: Silver Key in Journalism for “The Power of Education Over Hate: Freeing the Transgender Community of Violence and Discrimination”
  • Derek, Junior: Honorable Mention in Poetry for “Anatomy of Happiness”
  • Derek, Junior: Honorable Mention in Poetry for  “Anatomy of Envy”
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  • Corsica woodbury
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    Way to go Tim and all the students! So proud !

    February 7, 2020 at 3:30 pm

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