To help educators and students, here are five steps to enter: Students can upload works independently but may need help. Review category descriptions and guidelines.
Important information, such as Awards notifications, will be emailed to this address, so make sure you entered the address correctly and that you will check the address frequently. Your email address is used solely for the purposes of communicating about the Awards program and additional opportunities for creative teens.
This information is not given out for any other uses.
Should I enter the school I attend or the program where my work was made? Home schooled students will have an option to check box indicating that they do not attend a day school. What do I do? The procedure for requesting a new Other Educational Program is the same as that for requesting a new school.
Yes, one educator must sign your submission forms.
You may get the signature of an adult familiar with you and your work, including a teacher, tutor, out of school instructor, program director, guidance counselor, department head, administrator, or principal. I created the work on my own at home, without the guidance of an educator.
Yes, even if the work was made on your own, we require the signature of an adult who can attest to the originality and authenticity of the work. Remember, the signature can come from any adult who is familiar with you and your work for example, a teacher, tutor, out of school instructor, program director, guidance counselor, department head, administrator, or principal.How to Enter the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Students in grades 7–12 in the U.S.
and its territories, as well as American schools abroad, are invited to submit creative and original work to any of the Awards’ 29 art and writing categories, including architecture, photography, flash fiction, poetry, painting, video game design and more.
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