Seven Senior School Students Receive Pittsburgh Regional Scholastic Writing Awards

Seven Senior School students received high honors in the 2021 Pittsburgh Regional Scholastic Writing competition, a program sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Writing Project.
According to its website, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards offer students an incredible chance for regional and national recognition of their writing skills, as well as for scholarship opportunities. This year, students in Allegheny County submitted nearly 500 works.
Senior Milla Dobrovolska-Ivanova received an American Voice Nomination in Flash Fiction for her piece, "I Know Her Name." All of our other winners are listed below. 
Honorable Mentions
Simran Bedi, Poetry, "A Childhood Food Adventure"
Jacquelyn Jardini, Critical Essay, "The Invisible Evil that Infects America"
Aysu Turkay, Personal Essay & Memoir, "She Who Holds the Sceptor"
Aysu Turkay, Science Fiction & Fantasy, "Your Words"
Xipei Wan, Critical Essay, "Difference, History, and the Politics of Body"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "blood bones and bondage"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "reunion days"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "where the dead man breathes"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "Mr. Coal Miner'
Silver Keys
Mia DelVecchio, Science Fiction & Fantasy, "Trust No One"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "Imagine"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "A Century of Love and Lore"
Anthony Wiles, Critical Essay, "When Will Enough be Enough?"
Gold Keys
Milla Dobrovolska-Ivanova, Flash Fiction, "I Know Her Name"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "Amerikkkan Dreaming: Finding Freedom in Vietnam"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "A Death in Appalachia"
Anthony Wiles, Poetry, "America, when will you protect me?"
Congratulations, Panthers!