#mycreativeyear with the Scholastic Awards staff continues! From poems to novels, we love to write. Find out what inspires our team to be creative and how they get their ideas onto paper. Read More
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards’ national office in New York City is full of creative people. From painters to novelists to sculptors to photographers, we’ve got a lot of amazing talent! We’re profiling the artists this week–check back next week to see what our writers have to say! Read More
Today is #GivingTuesday and the last day of our fundraising campaign! Giving Tuesday is a movement to create a national day of giving to kick off the giving season added to the calendar on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. We have one last push to raise our goal by midnight, 12/2.
For the first time, we are launching an online annual appeal to raise support for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards through Crowdrise. We are setting a big $50,000 goal and need your help to reach the top by December 2! In October, we called out to alumni and friends of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards to submit a short video sharing: what did your Scholastic Art & Writing Award mean to you as a teenager? or, why are the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards important to teenagers?
Join Kay WalkingStick and the 2014 National Medalists at the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards National Ceremony LIVE from Carnegie Hall.
With more than 255,000 submissions of original art and writing, the 2014 Scholastic Awards attracted more participants than ever before! To celebrate the achievements of these young artists and writers, National Medalists will be honored at the world-famous Carnegie Hall for our National Ceremony on June 6! Read More