Schools Essay Competition

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National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.

National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.Winners will be notified via email, and the names of winners will be announced in April. Read essay [PDF] 2012 — First Place, National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives. public, private and home schools within the United States. Entries may be submitted online as a PDF using this form, or mailed to JEA headquarters using this form HS-Essay Entry Form19. Each entry must include the Contest Entry Title Page (entry form) or submit a cover page containing the same information found on the Entry Form. Essays may be typewritten or legibly handwritten but must be double-spaced. Essays must contain at least 300 words but no more than 500 words. This does not include the title, bibliography or footnotes. Any quotations or copyrighted material used in the essay must be identified properly. The JEA executive director will decide all protests in conformity with the contest rules. Section V – Scoring of Contest Scoring procedures at all levels of the contest will be identical. Material Organization (Logical interpretation of the subject, adherence to topic): 40 points 2. Adherence to contest rules (prepared in the proper format): 5 points 2019 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Dennis Zhang, Peddie School — Hillsborough, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Quinna Halim, Northville High School – Novi, Michigan — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Mattias Hoz, Berkeley High School – Berkeley, California 2018 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Alexandria Kim, Marlborough School – Los Angeles, California — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Madeleine Bernardeau, Hunter College High School – New York, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Emili Kovell, East Brunswick High School – East Brunswick, New Jersey 2017 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Lauryn Wu, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winners (tie): Aliza Diepenbrock, Spring Street International School, Friday Harbor, Washington; Carolyn Harper, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Alabama — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Eileen Yang, Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey 2016 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Simon Levien, Sparta High School, Sparta, New Jersey — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: David Oks, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, New York — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Christine Condon, Dulaney High School, Timonium, Maryland 2015 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Matthew Zipf, Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, Maryland.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. || National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Each submission to the High School Essay Contest must be accompanied by a $5 entry fee. Failure to identify non-original material will result in disqualification. The decision of the executive director is final, and no higher appeals will be recognized. Judging will be completed by a panel of qualified judges. Judges will not discuss or compare essays being judged until all essays have been judged. Vocabulary and Style (Phrasing and continuity): 30 points 3. Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Philip Kim, Paramus High School, Paramus, New Jersey. ,000 Scholarship Winner: Hwasung (Daniel) Yoo of Maggie L.

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The writers of the Top Ten essays in each school category (Primary or Secondary) receive medals and all Finalists, Honourable Mentions and Debate Attendees receive personalised certificates.

Due Date: December 20, 2019 Entries are welcomed for the TSL International Schools Essay Competitors and Argument 2019 TSL welcomes schoolchildren worldwide to share their special point of views on the function youths can play in attaining UN Sustainable Advancement Objective #15– to save and sustainably handle life on land.

— 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.

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Amy Brooks of Clayton High School in Clayton, Mo.

2005 — First Place,

2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.

The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.

To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).

— 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.

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2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).— 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.— 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: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.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.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).— 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,

2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.

The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.

To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).

— 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.

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2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).— 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.— 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: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.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.

,000 Scholarship Winner: David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Alyssa Patrick of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, Wash.2008 — First Place,

2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.

The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.

To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).

— 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.

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2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).— 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.— 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: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.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.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Mark Brouch, Aurora Central Catholic High School, Aurora, Ill.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.2006 — First Place,

2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.

The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.

To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).

— 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.

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2005 — First Place, $1,000 Scholarship Winner: Mindy Zhang, Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va.The essay competition is aimed at primary students and secondary students, supported by Teacher Champions, parents and schools.To participate, schools must first register a Teacher Champion (please note that registration for this year’s competition is now closed, except through selected BC partner schools).— 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.— 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: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.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.

,000 Scholarship Winner: Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.

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