Scholastic Writing

Sara Shepherd, Staff writer

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Many of the Charlotte Christian students have incredible proficiency in the written arts. Students from all over submitted work to one of the most prestigious writing competitions for grades 7-12, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Not only did students from our school enter the competition, they also received national recognition and awards for pieces they submitted. Congratulations, Knights!

 

The following students won Honorable Mention for their work:

  • Ava Brun for her poem “Where I’m From”
  • Ava Brun for her poem “Leaders”
  • Jackson Cannon for his poem “I Have No Regrets and Neither Does My Belly”
  • Colin Gallagher for his poem “The Girl”
  • Melissa Goldstein for her poem “Where I’m From”
  • Katherine Hanebutt for her poem “Memorizes Memorialized”
  • Ellen Johnson for her poem “Where I’m From”
  • Jordan Maxwell for her poem “Run”
  • Jordan Maxwell for her poem “Slipping”
  • Amani McLain for his poem “I AM”
  • Abby Richards for her poem “A Living Paradox”
  • Abby Richards for her poem “Nostalgia”
  • Katie Saba for her poem “Where I’m From”
  • Madison Whiting for her poem “Echo”
  • Madison Whiting for her poem “Alone”
  • Abby Yoh for her personal essay/memoir “American Ninja Warrior Meets Vanity Fair”
  • Kai Young for her poem “Where I’m From”

The following students won Silver Keys for their work:

  • Nkiru Afulukwe for her poem “Blocks”
  • Colin Gallagher for his collection of poetry titled “Music”
  • Colin Gallagher for his poem “Cliques”
  • Abby Yoh for her personal essay/memoir “Traveling Through the Pages”

And this year we had two Gold Key winners!

  • Grace Bradham for her poem “Colors of My Life” [Grace also won five gold keys for her visual art!]
  • Katie Saba for her personal essay/memoir “With All My Little Heart”
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