Some things have changed with the Awards over the years—new categories like Comic Art and Video Game Design—but a few things have not. First is freedom of expression! The Scholastic Awards places no limitations on content; students are free to pursue any idea or topic in their art and writing. Blind adjudication has also been a core tenet of the awards since day one.
This year, awards were given to students in eight counties. Students across the nation are used to being graded on attendance and aptitude, marked by their ability to memorize and produce.
Opportunities for learners to express themselves creatively are rare — and extremely important on the journey to growing into well-rounded individuals. The Scholastic competition — an educational staple since — boasts a notable list of previous winners, including well-known names such as Andy Warhol, Stephen King and Joyce Carol Oates.
Inthe newspaper dropped the sponsorship and, with Shelley at the helm, CCA became a regional affiliate sponsor.
This sponsorship not only allows CCA learners access to participate but provides the opportunity to students in schools across the area. There are an average of 75 schools that participate each year in this region. This year, there were 2, combined entries for writing and art.
There were gold keys, silver keys and honorable mention awards given to students. Students who won gold and silver keys were invited, along with their families and teachers, to an awards ceremony at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg on Saturday, March It can be a great validation of their skills from objective judges.
The categories, divided broadly into art and writing, offer plenty of room for flexibility. Students can enter short stories, poetry, video games, paintings, mixed media pieces and more. Once the entries have been judged, learners have the opportunity to win one of three awards: Those who earn gold keys go on to compete at the national level, with top winners potentially walking away with scholarship money and an invitation to the national awards ceremony in New York's Carnegie Hall.
She works alongside students to create quality art and writing, and she assists Shelley with the legwork involved: CCA students submitted 35 entries, with four going on to win accolades. Emily Castro, a junior at CCA, earned honorable mentions for two short story entries.
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