Middle School Student Essay Contest - 2022

iLearn World's essay contest provides an opportunity for middle schoolers to gain writing experience, as well as potential cash prizes, teacher classroom funds, and a copy of book The Road to Yale by Yale Admitted Students. The contest will be open to 7th and 8th graders from December 31st, 2021 until April 20th, 2022. The prompt for 2022 is below:

Watch the documentary "Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space" or visit the website https://inspiration4.com/ to learn about Inspiration4, the world’s first all-civilian mission to orbit. Write an essay about your greatest dream or goal. What will your goal contribute to the world? Write an essay that which answers this question through argumentative, narrative, or creative writing. Using the Inspiration4 material is optional.

Essays will be judged and ranked by iLearn World's Ivy-League college student mentors. The result will be announced on iLearn World website on June 15th 2022. Student winners will receive the following prizes:

*The 1st place winner will have the opportunity to nominate their English or Humanities teacher for the iLearn World Teacher of the Year Award, which will provide $100 for classroom supplies.

National Essay Contest Result

1st - 3rd Place:
Christopher Fu, 8th grade
Joyce Miao, 8th grade
Theresa Ren, 8th grade

4th - 13th Place:
Ferrero Zhou, 7th grade
Rebecca Han, 8th grade
Naomi Jiang, 7th grade
William Chen, 8th grade
Elizabeth Gao, 8th grade
Dennis Wang, 8th grade
Aaron Tang, 8th grade
Albert Song, 7th grade
Valerie Ma, 8th grade
Helen Bao, 7th grade

Eric Chen, 7th grade
Angela Ren, 8th grade
Eric Wang, 8th grade
Dylan Zhang, 7th grade
Angie Yao, 8th grade
Katherine Nguyen
Tina Gao, 8th grade
Jerry Yang, 8th grade
Ashley Peng, 8th grade
Lucia Xiao, 8th grade

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Essay Contest - 2020 Result
Essay Contest - 2021 Result

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