Students dedicated poems to their parents, strangers, friends, love interests, God and more. Below you'll find a highlighted selection of these poems submitted to StageofLife. These teens felt inspired and bettered by their loves, soul mates, and crushes.
No individual entries are allowed. Where appropriate, schools should register their primary and secondary sections separately. Schools may also have multiple registrations completed by individual teachers.
Each school must register themselves via email before the registration deadline. Upon registration completion, your school will receive a confirmation email with instructions on the submission process. For further details please go to: The literary works must only feature the title and written text of the students work.
There is no need to include headers, footers or page numbers in the original documents.
Each student can only submit one literary submission. Co-authored submissions will not be accepted.
For students with different learning abilities, each registered teacher can submit 10 entries in each of the 6 individual categories for literary work. Emailed submissions are due by the submission deadline Anything received after this date will not be considered.
Otherwise, entries will be disqualified and P3 will not be responsible for notifying the school if this happens. Only Primary schools can also submit 10 entries in each of the 2 cover art groups.
Each student can only submit either literary or cover art entries. Only original and non-published work may be submitted and by entering the competition you are confirming that to the best of your knowledge the work is exclusively that of the individual it has been attributed to.
No parental involvement is allowed. In the case of the Cover Art work, you are confirming that the work is that of the named individuals. Plagiarism — use of third party works — without written permission from the author will result in disqualification of the entrant and possibly the school.
Entries submitted will not be returned to the author unless requested by the school to P3 in writing to the competition email. The competition will be judged by a panel of judges.
Their decision will be final. Entries included in the anthology may be lightly edited by the publishers.A songwriting competition for teens, hosted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, is accepting entries of original songs and music videos about the benefits of a drug-free lifestyle.
Writing down thoughts and feelings is a way to express what's inside and very healthy! I pray for all of you to receive a blessing for the kindness and generosity toward our family.
Creative Communication is . Promising Young Writers Program. Congratulations to the Winners!. Purpose: 1) To stimulate and recognize the writing talents of eighth-grade students and 2) to emphasize the importance of writing skills among eighth-grade students. Alexandra Manchester Fiction Writing Contest, is a joint sponsorship with publishing houses and Clinton Literary Awards Foundation that ia offering a semi-annual writing competition for debut fiction, fiction, nonfiction, and young author.
Win cash, prizes, recognition, and exposure! 71 winners will share in the cash and prizes! ISC is a great opportunity for songwriters, musicians, and performers to win cash and prizes, further their music careers, and gain recognition and exposure in the music industry.
Writing competitions for teens One way of getting published is to enter your work into writing competitions. Winning an award is the way many top New Zealand poets and writers have started their careers, and good prizes often await the winners.