The Rebellion

Massachusetts Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

The Rebellion received the following awards in both online and printed publication categories:


Gold Key, Journalism, Caitlin Kahaly, Faculty Encouraged to Ask Students for Preferred Pronouns

Gold Key, Journalism, Lindsey Sullivan, A Wake-up Call: Addressing Teenage Cellphone Addiction

Silver Key, Critical Essay, Lindsey Sullivan, Girl Talk: Unpacking the Taboo Surrounding Periods

Silver Key, Journalism, Tara Gordon, Walpole High Sophomore Anthony Conti Creates His Own Hollywood Film


Silver Key, Journalism, Michaela Donato, Communities Combat Opioid Epidemic

Silver Key, Critical Essay, Michaela Donato, Common Core Hurts Massachusetts Students

Silver Key, Critical Essay, Michaela Donato, Evolution of Education

Silver Key, Critical Essay, Michaela Donato, Improving Education: Students as Necessary Proponents of Change

Honorable Mention, Critical Essay, Michaela Donato, Famillial Dysfunction: Uncovering Effects on Children

Honorable Mention, Journalism, Emily Martin, Principle Advocates for New Standards Based Grading System

Silver Key, Critical Essay, Emily Martin, Administration Must Increase Student Representation in Policy-Making

Silver Key, Journalism, Daanya Salmanullah, Communities Combat Opioid Epidemic

Honorable Mention, Journalism, Grace Sewell, Henry Woo Brings Success to the Math Team

Honorable Mention, Critical Essay, Andrea Traietti, “I Have Cheated”: A Look into the Policies and Ethics of Academic Dishonesty

Honorable Mention, Critical Essay, Melanie Weber, Have Youth Sports Gone Too Far?



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