Awards & Publication

Here is a partial list of awards received and works published by CW students, beginning Fall 2015. Most recent at the top.

2017 SFUSD Literary Arts Award Winners
High School Short Fiction
1st Place Julieta Fuentes Roll, class of 2019 — “Roadtrip”
2nd Place Emily Kozhina, class of 2020 — “Paper Thin”
3rd Place Harmony Johnson-Wicker, class of 2018 — “Do You Speak My Language” (tie)
High School Non-Fiction
1st Place Anna Geiger, class of 2018 — “Lone Tree”
1rd Place Lena Hartsough, class of 2019 — “I Want to Talk About…”
High School Poetry
3rd Place Charlotte Pocock, class of 2019 — “we (dont) dance here”
“spring mother tongue” Award: Kenzo Fukuda, class of 2020 — “Half & Half”
High School Dramatic Script
1st Place Solange Baker, class of 2019 — “Meanwhile in Heaven” (tie)

Rae Kim, class of 2020 — “Carla Morning” and “Oasis” published in Parentheses Journal

2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers
Emma Berensein, class of 2017 — “Hooky” Gold Key Award for short story
Amina Aineb, class of 2017 — “Penny for Your Thoughts” Silver Key Award for short story
Emma Eisler, class of 2017 — “Where I Live at the Center of Everything” Silver Key Award for writing portfolio
Nina Berggren, class of 2020 — “Snowglobe” Silver Key Award for Poetry
Samantha Friedman, class of 2020 — “Dearest” published in Imagine, by the The America Library of Poetry

Stella Pfahler, class of 2019 — “Road Trip” published in Parallax Online

Kayne Belul, class of 2018 — “Crumbs” published in Page & Spine

Kayne Belul, class of 2018 — “Roots” published in Synchronized Chaos

Julieta Roll, class of 2019 — “A Love Letter to the Field” published in weirderary

Thalia Rose, class of 2018 — “16” published in Barking Sycamores

2016 SFUSD Literary Arts Award Winners
High School Short Fiction
1st Place Emma Eisler, class of 2017
2nd Place Amina Aineb, class of 2017
3rd Place Emma Bernstein, class of 2017
High School Non-Fiction
1st Place Davis DuBose-Marler, class of 2017
High School Poetry
1st Place Angelica LaMarca, class of 2018 — “There Is a Wind Flit”
2nd Place Kayne Belul, class of 2018 — “135_3”