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The Baltimore City Historical Society newsletter, Baltimore Gaslight, was initiated in 2001. It is published two to three times a year, providing information about the organization and its events, features on Baltimore locations of historic significance, and articles about various aspects of Baltimore's history. It is edited by Baltimore City Historical Society Board member Catherine Evans.
On this page, you’ll find the web’s best and most updated selection of writing contests. If you’ve got a way with making your words come to life, try your hand at a poetry contest. If you’re a teen, there’s a special category of teen writing contests just for you. For everybody else, there’s a variety of other ways to test your writing skills, from essay contests to short story.Essay Contest winners in our 2013-2014 contest announced and posted on the website March 26 - 29, 2014 Annual TESOL Convention in Portland, OR (pick up TAP info at the Pro Lingua booth in the exhibit hall) December 15, 2013 2013 Middle School Essay Contest closed September 15 - December 15, 2013 Entries accepted for TAP's 2013 Middle School.The American Veteran Essay Contest. Posted on November 22nd, 2009 A mother and her school-aged son have teamed up to expand on a project initiated by his middle school teacher. Lynn and Reid Geddie created the American Veteran Essay Contest after her son was tasked with interviewing a veteran for a school assignment.
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The 11th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest (2010). The 10th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest (2009) “Witnesses to the Holocaust: Identities Shattered-Identities Shaped” with guest speaker, Natalie Weinstein Gold, child survivor of the Holocaust and psychotherapist. First Place Middle School Essay “Changed in a Moment” by Annie Pankowski. First Place Middle School.Read More
Maryknoll Magazine 2010 student essay contest. Sep 21st, 2010; Innovative ideas that help spread God's word in the digital age is the theme of the 2010 Maryknoll Student Essay Contest, the 22nd annual middle school and high school competition from Maryknoll magazine. This year's assignment, iMission, asks students to describe how young people continue to spread the Good News of the Lord.Read More
We are always on the lookout for terrific (and new) high school essay contests for our students.There is a section within the Common App where students can list up to 5 awards and 10 activities, don’t leave these blank. December marks a busy time with finals for high school students, but we urge you to utilize your holiday break to review past papers you’ve written in school (and outside.Read More
Essay Contest Middle School. Essay Prompt. In 500-750 words, describe the difference between equity and equality. The essay must be original, and will be based on organization, content, voice, creativity, grammatical structure and overall conformity to the event theme. All applications must be completed, and essays must be typed. first, the information. All applications must be submitted no.Read More
For the past 20 years we have awarded over 2 million dollars in cash prizes, school supplies and free books. You and your students can share in the rewards by entering our writing competitions. We have writing contests for elementary school students and middle school students.Read More
The Beacon Award Winner 2009: Dr Tracy J. Revels Tracy Revels Associate Professor and Chair of History at Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC Professor Tracy Revels received her doctorate at Florida State University in 1990. She is a very active Sherlockian, a member of the Survivors of the Gloria Scott scion in Greenville, SC, which means every.Read More
Lincoln Bicentennial Essay Contest Theme: Lincoln,. Students at the middle and high school levels should be encouraged to cite historical examples to support their arguments. Essays for students in grades 6-8 should be limited to 500 words. Essays for students in grades 9-12 should be limited to 750 words. Lincoln Bicentennial Essay Contest Timeline All schools are strongly encouraged to.Read More
This annual contest is open to middle and high school age students in public or private schools or homeschooled throughout Virginia. The essay topic was “A Virginian Who Served in The Military.Read More
The maximum essay length in the Middle School Division is 500 words, and the maximum length is 1,000 words for high school entries. Do so by entering our First Amendment Essay Contest! Posting Date: Monday, November 19, 2018. The judges for the essay contest were. Before submitting your entry, please review the full contest guidelines which can be found here The deadline to submit entries for.Read More