Let's congratulate our 2018 High School Writing Competition Winners!
Sophia Gawel-Frankel Jewish Academy (1st Place: Non-Fiction)
Abstract: An exploration into the ways that morning prayer and wearing tefillin impacted her connection to Judaism and its relationship between gender and tradition
Lily Kollin-North Farmington High School (1st Place: Poetry)
Abstract: Lily expresses how being Jewish guides her in her everyday life, and the courage it gives her to speak out when encountered with uncomfortable situations
David A. Keyes-Mesivta High School (Honorable Mention)
Abstract: An exploration into the relationship and similarities between Dreamers and DACA, and Jewish immigration going back to the 19th and early 20th centuries.