High School Students, Get Published in the New York Times!

Calling all high school students!

Ever wonder what it’d be like to see YOUR name published in the New York Times? Well, here’s your chance! NYT is looking for teachers and teens (over 13 years old) to show or tell them what it’s like to be an educator or high school student in today’s day and age by submitting words, images, audio, or video from August 16 – October 4, 2023.

Contest Details:
What High School is Like in 2023: A Multimedia Challenge for Teachers and Teens

Reflect on and document an aspect of your experience, big or small, that is especially meaningful to you for any reason.

Send in artifacts such as photographs, writing, audio, or video (basically anything you can upload digitally), and accompany your artifact with a short statement that gives the work a bit of context!

Submission dates: August 16 – October 4, 2023.

Ready to take your shot at becoming a published author in the Times? Read the full article below for more details about the contest, including writing prompts to help you get started, view their contest rubric, learn how to submit your artifacts, and more!