Ten Providence students were honored with special writing awards at the MidCarolina Region Writing Awards for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Joseph Chong, a sophomore, and Abigail Scheper, a senior, won the American Voices Award for their poetry. They will now compete for this award at the national level.
Hannah Magraw, a junior, won the Governor's Award and the Adam's Outdoor Billboard Award. Her work will be featured at the Governor's Mansion this spring and on a billboard here in the Charlotte Region.
Ten students won Gold Medals. Their work is currently in New York City being judged at the national level. Pictured left to right: Hannah Magraw, Samantha Claypoole, Abigail Scheper, Katherine Welch, Massiel Islas, Paige Thomas and Joseph Chong. Not pictured: Bhargavi Bhaskar, Andy Hill and Madeleine Page.
Both the local Scholastic Art and Writing Contest and the local Optimist Essay contest have announced their winners, and the Roars and Whispers staff has had a good showing!
Congratulations to Bhargavi Bhaskar, Sam Claypoole, Andy Hill, Hannah Magraw, Madeleine Page, Abigail Scheper, Paige Thomas, and Katherine Welch for winning Scholastic Gold Keys. Congratulations to Katherine Welch for also coming in first in the Optimist competition. And a special congratulations to Massiel Islas and Joey Chong, fellow Providence students who won Gold in the Scholastic Contest. Good writing!
All PHS students are encouraged to submit art and photography.
All PHS students are encouraged to submit writing.
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