ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Nine students from Bishop Feehan High School have been recognized with Scholastic Writing Awards of which two have received Gold Key recognition, representing the highest level of achievement in high school writing.
Senior Elena Giusti (Wrentham, MA) was given a Gold Key in Humor for her work, Carnage, and senior Tom O'Brien (North Attleboro, MA) received a Gold Key in Humor for his piece, The Most Perfect College Essay.
"We are immensely proud of our talented young writers," said Bishop Feehan president Tim Sullivan. "They, their parents and their teachers should be commended for the hard work and talent that has been recognized so publicly with these awards."
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards program has been held annually for the past 96 years. The Massachusetts competition is sponsored this year by both the Boston Globe and Tufts University.