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Achievement Awards in Writing

2015 Students Receiving Certificates for Superior Writing

The National Council of Teachers of English and the Achievement Awards in Writing Advisory Committee expresses their appreciation to all who took part in the 2015 Achievement Awards program.

This year, 650 juniors were nominated. Of that number, 141 received Certificates for Superior Writing and 509 received Certificates of Nomination. Each student submitted two pieces of writing, which were read by national judges. Papers were judged on content, purpose, audience, tone, word choice, organization, development, and style.

Letters announcing results were mailed to teachers April 16, 2015.

Click on the links below to see those who received Certificates for Superior Writing in each state.


AMERICAN SCHOOLS ABROAD* MISSISSIPPI
CANADA* MISSOURI
ALABAMA MONTANA
ALASKA* NEBRASKA
ARIZONA NEVADA*
ARKANSAS NEW HAMPSHIRE
CALIFORNIA NEW JERSEY
COLORADO NEW MEXICO*
CONNECTICUT NEW YORK
DELAWARE* NORTH CAROLINA
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NORTH DAKOTA*
FLORIDA OHIO
GEORGIA OKLAHOMA
HAWAII OREGON
IDAHO PENNSYLVANIA
ILLINOIS RHODE ISLAND*
INDIANA SOUTH CAROLINA
IOWA* SOUTH DAKOTA*
KANSASTENNESSEE
KENTUCKY TEXAS
LOUISIANA UTAH*
MAINE VERMONT
MARYLAND VIRGINIA
MASSACHUSETTS WASHINGTON STATE
MICHIGAN WEST VIRGINIA*
MINNESOTA WISCONSIN

WYOMING*

*No winners

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