UIL Essay Contests UIL Essay Competition 2019-2020 Awards Celebration UIL Academics is proud to sponsor two essay competitions that provide exciting opportunities for students to explore the contributions of historically underrepresented groups to the history and culture of Texas.
Contests The 11th Annual New York Times Summer Reading Contest. Our 10-week contest will be judged by Times journalists, and winners will be published on The Learning Network each week.
Writing Competitions for Children in India My daughter loves to write and so for the past two-three years, I have been looking for writing competitions for children in India. I know there are many kids in India who write well and would like to par.
Yes! Homeschooled students may enter our essay contests. Please enter the contest for your current grade level. Instead of writing your school name and address on your coversheet, just write “Homeschooled.” If you’re not sure which contest you’re eligible for, please write to the Education Department at (email protected).
Due Date: Many contests available throughout the year. NCTE Writing Contests. NCTE Achievement Awards in Writing A national writing award program to recognize excellent high school juniors. NCTE Promising Young Writers Program Designed to stimulate and recognize 8th-grade students' writing talents and to emphasize the importance of writing skills.
Legal Essay Contest Catalog. The T.C. Williams Legal Essay Contest Catalog is the Web's largest collection of writing competitions for law students. Essay contents provide students with opportunities to display the exceptional legal research, analysis, and composition skills honed here at the University of Richmond School of Law.
Theme “A Letter from Myself in 2030” Imagine what an ideal world ten years from now would be like. Write a letter from yourself in 2030 to your present (2020) self, in which you describe the state of the world, the way people are living, and what you, yourself, are doing in society.
Junior high school and high school students apply to regional competitions in 29 categories of art and writing. Regional Gold Key winners are automatically considered for national recognition. In 2016, more than 330,000 students submitted work.