Covenant High School Students Place in Pierce County Library’s Writing and Art Contest

Covenant High School Students Place in Pierce County Library’s Writing and Art Contest

Yearly, the Pierce County Library hosts “Our Own Expressions,” a teen writing and art contest. The contest is open to any student in grades 7-12 living or attending school in Pierce County. Awards are given in the following categories: poetry, short stories, photography, and drawing. Out of thirty-six possible winners, six Covenant High School students placed in the categories of poetry, short story, and drawing.

Sophomore, Hunter Tichy’s drawing, “Starry Peacock,” which received second place in the 9th and 10th grade drawing category.

A sincere congratulations to the following students:

Poetry

Grades 9 and 10:
  • First Place – Eternal Summer by Julia Fisher (10th)
Grades 11 and 12:
  • Third Place – Grasping Time by Madison Stephens (11th)

Short Story

Grades 9 and 10:
  • Second Place – The Cost of Ambition by Honor Tamminga (10th)
Grades 11 and 12:
  • Second Place – Mr. Elgar by Martina Preston (11th)
  • Third Place – Boo by James Castle (12th)

Drawing

Grades 9 and 10:
  • Second Place – Starry Peacock (pictured) by Hunter Tichy (10th)

For a complete list of winners and contest information, visit the Pierce County Library website here.