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BBB honored the Laws of Life finalists at our annual banquet where finalists received their awards and presented their winning essays. Our winners below worked extremely hard, and BBB thanks them along with all those who participated in this year's Laws of Life Essay contest!

Honorees from the San Antonio Academy of Texas



First Place,
Rebecca Taylor, Basis San Antonio, My Law of Life, Positivity
Second Place, Peyton Randolph, San Antonio Academy, The Journey from There to Here
Third Place, Kimberly Macdonald, Keystone School, Change is Inevitable
Fourth Place, Andy De la Garza, Keystone School, Stepping Outside of My Comfort Zone
Fourth Place, Jatin Gurrala, San Antonio Academy, What is Empathy?
Merit, Ella Best, Keystone, School, Sunny-Side Up
Merit, Emory Hill, San Antonio Academy, Listening
Merit, Karina Sauceda, Keystone School, Just Keep Going
Merit, Megan Riebe, Keystone School, Anthems, Tomatoes, and Big Red
Merit, Nicole Grater, Keystone School, Working for What You Want
Merit, Roan Erwin, San Antonio Academy, Stop and Smell the Flamingo-Pink Flowers
Merit ,Tatum Spriester, Keystone School, Inhaling Insanity
Merit, Walker Noble, San Antonio Academy, Brotherhood

 

Welcome to Connecticut's Laws of Life Essay Program! The descriptions and links listed here are to help support a teacher’s choice to register their class(es) for this free character-education writing project. While SEE only administers this project for teachers and their students in Connecticut schools, we welcome those outside of Connecticut to use any of the resources provided on the site to administer their own writing project.
SEE is a non-sectarian 501(c)3 education organization that obtains meaningful financial support from public and foundation grants, fees for services, and gifts from those who support ethics in action. SEE is not affiliated with any religious organization and does not espouse or represent any specific religious belief.
Laws of Life concludes each year with an award program for the writers, their teachers and family at SEE’s spring Character Celebration.  Pictured above are the 2017 essay winners that attended the Celebration.

​Connecticut’s Laws of Life essay program offers a great opportunity for Connecticut students in grades 5–12 to think, reflect, and then write about their core values, principles and ideals that will guide them throughout their lives. Laws of Life is a student writing and character development project that supports writing practice for CT Mastery and CAPT testing. SEE has been administering this program free to schools since 2000 and over 50,000 Connecticut students have participated.

​To register for the 2017-2018 Laws of Life Essay Program Connecticut, click on the "Register Here" button in the right column and complete the form. 
Registration is due on January 30, 2018. 

To learn more about Laws of Life and different ways to integrate it into a classroom environment, please visit the "About" link.
​"Ethics in action creates character."