Why should teens submit to the Awards? We want to hear your opinion!
Are you a student, alum, educator, parent or Awards enthusiast? Tell us why you think teens should submit to the Scholastic Awards! Send us a video, an Instagram photo, Vine, or a Tweet. A selection of media posts will be featured on our website!
Performance artists, poets, digital sculptors, biotechnologists, writers – alumni working in any genre – we want to invite you to apply to the Art.Write.Now POP-UP! A week-long residency, the pop-up will feature one Scholastic Awards alum creating work in the main Scholastic Store display window.
2012 National Student Poet Claire Lee returns to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards blog with her series “Poets on Poets”! Check out her interview with 2013 National Student Poet Sojourner Ahebee. You may even collect a summer reading recommendation!
Stay tuned for National Student Poets Michaela Coplen, Louis Lafair, Nathan Cummings and Aline Dolinh!
Hiya--I was wondering about notification for Best Teen Writing? I'd heard those selected have already been told, but at the exhibition the description for my piece's display (in the "listen up" area) indicated it was going to be featured in the anthology -- is there any validity to that? Thank you!
Thanks for your message! While we are still finalizing the selections of The Best Teen Writing of 2014, we will notify students of the selections by mail this August.
Nathan Cummings and Brandon Brooks rely on the natural world for inspiration and to create, dazzle, and amaze their audiences. Movement—whether it’s the unexpected flow of bent wood or the harmony of sound, tongue and teeth to pronounce a single word—also plays a central role.