Five Tartans Honored in NCTE Achievement Awards in Writing Competition

The writing program is conducted by the National Council of Teachers in English, and welcomes nominations from around the world. 
St. Margaret’s had five Upper School students recognized in the Achievement Awards in Writing competition conducted by the National Council of Teachers in English. 
Charlotte Jiang received a “First Class” distinction, the highest designation in the competition, while Angela Liu, Andrew Rusli and Elina Shook received “Superior” distinction and Harper Gideons received a “Merit” distinction. 
A total of 633 students were nominated from across the United States and around the world, including Canada, Greece, Jordan, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Charlotte was one of just 16 students in the state of California to receive a First Class distinction.
The NCTE Achievement Awards in Writing is a school-based writing program established in 1957 to encourage high school students to write and to recognize some of the best student writers in the nation. Only students who are sophomores and juniors may participate. Schools in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, US territories, Canada, and American schools abroad are eligible to nominate students for the writing program.
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