2021 FOX WRITING CONTEST AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE

The Department of Classics at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, is proud to announce the winners of the thirty-fourth annual Bernice L. Fox Classics Writing Contest.  The topic of this year's contest, open to all high school students, was "An Olympian God for the 21st Century".

The winner of the $250 cash award is Christina Close of The Oaks Classical Christian Academy, Spokane Vally, Washington (Teacher: Scott Welch)

Honorable mentions (listed randomly) were awarded to the following students:

Daniil Vahrushev of Classical Gymnasium of Saint-Petersburg №610, Russia (Teacher: Alexandra Novikova)

Dong Hyun Lee of Leonia Highschool, Leonia, NJ (Teacher: Jeong Yun Hong)

Olivia Lieby of Trumbull High School, Trumbull, CT (Teacher: Maria Kopstein)

Ryan Peng of Memphis University School, Memphis, TN (Teacher: Ryan Sellers)

Will Schuessler of Memphis University School, Memphis, TN (Teacher: Ryan Sellers)

Maxwell Allen Shackelford of Memphis University School, Memphis, TN (Teacher: Ryan Sellers)

Gracie Compton of Girls Preparatory School, Chattanooga, TN (Teacher: Ralph Covino)

Rebecca Park of Cranbrook School, Bloomfield Hills, MI, (Teacher: William Park)

 

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