Scripts may be realistic, fictional, or abstract, and may include plays, screenplays, or musical theater.
One winner or group of winners will be selected as participants in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
These fees may vary depending on location, so be sure to check your local guidelines.
The Ocean Awareness Contest asks students to consider the future of a coastal or marine species that is under threat from climate change.
Check out these contests with multiple categories: number of categories and styles, including cash prizes or scholarships for some distinguished award winners.
Categories include science-fiction and fantasy writing, humor, critical essays, and dramatic scripts, among others.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are open to private, public, or home-schooled students attending school in the US, Canada, or American schools in other countries.
Students must be in grades seven through twelve to participate.
The National World War II Museum contest asks writers to consider the importance of art and artists during war.
Students will read and think about a Bob Hope quote—”I was offering time and laughs — the men and women fighting the war were offering up their lives.