JBS Scholastic Winners

William Bartnett

William Bartnett

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


The national winners of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards were announced on March 13. The awards, sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers since 1923, aim to “identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent and present their remarkable work to the world.” Past alumni include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Robert Redford, and Ken Burns; past jurors include Langston Hughes, Billy Collins, Robert Frost, and David Sedaris. Annually, more than 350,000 works are whittled down into a pool of 2,800 pieces that are recognized nationally. Congratulations to the JBS students who earned recognition from the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards!

Alison Gill ’18: Gold Key in Critical Essay; Gold Key in Short Story

Eliza Hurwitz ’19: Silver Medal in Personal Essay/Memoir

Ria Mirchandani ’22: Silver Medal in Poetry

Oviya Srihari ’22: Gold Medal in Poetry

Ann Zhang ’20: Gold Medal in Science Fiction/Fantasy

 

Congratulations to all the JBS students who earned recognition from the Missouri Scholastic Art and Writing Awards!

Ethan Blinder ’19: Gold Key in Science Fiction/Fantasy

Sara Cao ’22: Silver Key in Personal Essay/Memoir

Tina Chen ’20: Silver Key in Poetry

Sophia Fox ’18: Silver Key and Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir

Alison Gill ’18: Gold Key in Critical Essay; Gold Key in Short Story

Eliza Hurwitz ’19: Gold Key in Personal Essay/Memoir

Allison James ’19: Honorable Mention in Short Story

Ben Kazdan ’20: Silver Keys (2) and Honorable Mention in Poetry

Ingrid Keane ’19: Honorable Mention in Short Story

Lauren Keeley ’21: Gold Key in Short Story

Grace Kennard ’18: Honorable Mention in Critical Essay; Gold Key in Poetry; Silver Key in Short Story

Erin Lamping ’22: Gold Key in Personal Essay/Memoir

Kristen Mason ’18: Honorable Mention in Poetry; Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir

Mia Meier ’19: Silver Key in Short Story

Ria Mirchandani ’22: Gold Key in Poetry

Josephine Moten ’18: Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir

Ben Remis ’18: Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir

Daniel Rinder ’18: Silver Key in Humor; Gold Key in Flash Fiction

Isabel Saccone ’22: Silver Key in Science Fiction/Fantasy

Victoria Sansone ’18: Silver Key and Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir; Silver Key in Poetry

Ella Schmidt ’18: Silver Key in Writing Portfolio; Silver Keys (2) and Honorable Mentions (2) in Poetry

Cary Smith ’19; Honorable Mention in Dramatic Script

Divya Srihari ’19: Gold Key in Short Story

Oviya Srihari ’22: Gold Key and Honorable Mention in Poetry

Izzy Thorpe ’19: Silver Key in Short Story

Kaitlyn Wallace ’18: Silver Key in Short Story

Ethan Wang ’19: Honorable Mention in Personal Essay/Memoir

Patrick Whiteford ’23: Honorable Mention in Humor

Evan Williams ’18: Gold Key and Honorable Mentions (9) in Poetry; Honorable Mention in Writing Portfolio; Honorable Mentions (2) in Flash Fiction; Honorable Mention in Short Story

Julia Wykes ’20: Silver Key in Poetry

Lexi Young ’19: Honorable Mention in Short Story

Ann Zhang ’20: Gold Key in Science Fiction/Fantasy; Silver Keys (2) in Short Story; Silver Key in Dramatic Script; Silver Key in Personal Essay/Memoir; Honorable Mention in Critical Essay

Carrie Zhang ’20: Honorable Mention in Poetry

Navigate Left
  • Arts and Entertainment

    Tillie Walden visits Burroughs

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Almost, Maine is Almost Here

  • Arts and Entertainment

    What to do around the Lou

  • Arts and Entertainment

    Faculty Art Show Review

  • Arts and Entertainment

    Growth of Asian Actors

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Schaschl Acts on NYC Stages

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Carrie Kemper, Screen Writer and JBS Alum

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Urinetown: The Musical

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Golden Globes Review

  • JBS Scholastic Winners

    Arts and Entertainment

    Understanding #MeToo and #Time’sUp

Navigate Right
JBS Scholastic Winners