What does Mary mean to you?
- Published in NW Stories
Answers from our student essay contest winners
Northwest Catholic’s fifth annual student essay contest asked students at Western Washington’s 74 Catholic schools to answer the question “How can you share Jesus with others?”
The essays were judged by a panel drawn from the staffs of Northwest Catholic, the archdiocesan Office for Catholic Schools and the Fulcrum Foundation. We are proud to present the winning high school, middle school and elementary school essays.
Has God ever made you stop and say ‘Wow’?
Entries for Northwest Catholic’s fourth annual student essay contest are due Oct. 13. The three first-place essays will be published in the January/February 2017 issue of the magazine. Each winner will receive $150 and a $500 grant for the teacher of his or her choice.
What does true mercy look like?
Northwest Catholic is holding its third annual student essay contest. Winning essays will be chosen from three categories: grades K–5, 6–8, and 9–12. The three first-place essays, with photos of the authors, will be published in the January/February 2016 issue of Northwest Catholic. Each winner will receive $150 and a $500 grant for the teacher of his or her choice.
Northwest Catholic’s second annual student essay contest drew entries from hundreds of students attending 43 of Western Washington’s 74 Catholic schools, all reflecting on how they see Christ in their schools.
NORTHWEST CATHOLIC is sponsoring its second annual student essay contest.