Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Writing Contest winners. These students have done a marvelous job of creating short stories that are both original and inspiring. NCFCA is pleased to share their work with you, so that you might be encouraged.

2016-2017 Detail and Rules

2016-2017 WINNERS

Junior Division

Senior Division


Previous Writing Contest Winners


2015-2016 Short Story WINNERS

Junior Division

Senior Division


2014 Junior Essay Topic – What do you think was the best invention in the last 100 years and why?

2014 Senior Essay Topic – What do you think is the greatest obstacle facing Christians in America today and why?

2014-2015 WINNERS  

Junior Division

  • First Place – Asher Donahue (Region X)
  • Second Place – Tobias Park (Region X)
  • Third Place – Emily Lamb (Region IX)

Senior Division


2013 Essay Topic – In your opinion, which is more influential, good books or good music?

2013-2014 WINNERS  

Junior Division

  • First Place – Srishti Kumar (Region IV)
  • Second Place – Matthew Harper (Region VI)
  • Third Place – Sarah Stephens (Region IV)

Senior Division

  • First Place – Phillip Reeves (Region VII)
  • Second Place – Elizabeth Ridgeway (Region VI)
  • Third Place – Katie Martin (Region VII)

2012 Essay Topic – If you had 15 minutes to speak with the next President of the United States, what topic would you choose to discuss with him and why?

2012-2013 WINNERS  

Junior Division

  • First Place – Katie Martin (Region VII)
  • Second Place – Connor Fitzpatrick (Region IX)
  • Third Place – Shannon Wade (Region VIII)

Senior Division

 


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NCFCA is an organization committed to training homeschool, high school students to address life issues in a manner that glorifies God, and ultimately preparing our students to  shape our culture and impact people for Christ.
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