Graduating student Brittany Huellas-Bruskiewicz clinched first place and $5,000 at the national competition in Toronto last month for her bilingual recitation while Gabrielle Nebrida-Pepin, also Grade 12, earned $1,000 for her second prize win in the English category.
Nine students from across the country have collectively won $25,000 as finalists of the 2018 Poetry In Voice competition in Toronto on April 19, 2018.
Hundreds of high school students are in town today for the national Poetry In Voice competition. Pujita Verma is one of three finalists, and also happens to be the new youth poet laureate for Mississauga.
Poetry in Voice is taking place this weekend in Toronto. Elizabeth Wong is a competitor from the Toronto French School.
When John Wood stands centre stage in the Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School gym, it’s not just the way the shadows reflect off the 16-year-old’s face that makes him unrecognizable.
The winners of the 2017 Poetry In Voice competition were announced on April 20, 2017. The poetry recitation competition, which is in its seventh year, gave out awards to high school students in in English, French and bilingual categories.