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2020 Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 winners of the Laurier Stedman Prize:

First place ($3,000):

  • The Year I Dreamt by Samiha Sanjida, Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School

Second place ($2,000 each; in alphabetical order):

  • Just Like That, They Were Strangers by Sierra Miller, Holy Trinity Catholic High School
  • Yellow by Grace Ratelband, St. John’s College

Third place ($1,000 each; in alphabetical order):

  • Eddy’s Ballad by Brady Cochrane, St. John’s College
  • Lianne by Sovai Di Veto, Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School
  • Just Let Go by Vibha Koottala, Assumption College School

Runners up:

  • The Frog Whisperer by Sam Earls, Waterford District High School
  • A Foxtrot with Death by Cassidie Kent, Waterford District High School
  • The Silver Spoon by Stephanie Pugh, Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School
  • Little Did He Know by Chloe Schaefer, Paris District High School

2018 Winners

First place ($3,000):

Second place ($2,000 each; in alphabetical order):

  • Prospect Hill by Leicia Kelly, Simcoe Composite School
  • The Butterfly by Taylor Violet Ross, Waterford District High School

Third place ($1,000 each; in alphabetical order):

  • It Is What It Is by Dakota Cipriano, Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School
  • This Side of Forever by Zoe Oliveira, St. John's College
  • Melancholy Medic by Morgan Walsh, Assumption College School

Runners up:

  • Dreams by Taelor Doughty, Hagersville Secondary School
  • Memories by Darienne Martin, McKinnon Park Secondary School
  • Blumi Burton and the Glowing Hearts by Olivia McCulloch, Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School
  • Gift Her With Flowers by Susan Cheung, North Park Collegiate-Vocational School

Media and Educators Contact Us:

Laurier Stedman Prize

E: lsp@wlu.ca

Ken Paradis, Laurier Stedman Prize Coordinator 2019/20

E: kparadis@wlu.ca

Students in Grand Erie or BHNCD school board high schools, ask your English teacher about how you can participate in the contest.

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