Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky Essay Contest Results
A high point for the Right to Life year arrives when we receive the student contest essays to read and enjoy.
This year 45 Kentucky high school students entered to win a first, second or third place prize, and in some cases as part of a school assignment. The topics to address were: 1) abortion, 2) assisted suicide/euthanasia, 3) destructive embryonic cell research, 4) the intrinsic value of human life.
Judges must consider how the essays score in four categories: content, quality of arguments, grammar and spelling, and creativity.
Selecting winners is a mind-bending, painstaking dilemma for all judges. It is an honor to read these essays, and how we wish that each student could receive a special mention or prize.
We applaud all the contestants, and hope our readers will take the time to read the winning essays. They are linked to the names of the student winners.