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In this informational essay, a VSA third grader writes a biography about Helen Keller.
In this Scholastic Writing Award-winning essay, a VSA student writes a critical essay about Frank Ocean's album "Blonde."
In this Scholastic Writing Award-winning short story, a VSA student writes about the complex relationship between two sisters through the years.
In this Scholastic Writing Award-winning essay, a VSA student reflects on the passing of time.
In this Scholastic Gold Key-winning poem, a 10th grade VSA student addresses the skies.
In this lyrical essay that won a Scholastic Writing Award, VSA student Emma beautifully profiles her grandmother.
In this video, VSA Public Speaking student Samantha delivers a compelling talk on why schools should limit cell phone use among students.
VSA 3rd grader Benjamin gives some survival tips for a desert island in this instructional yet humorous speech.