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Haley Pacacha’s short story, “The Shadow”, was selected to be featured in the 2023 ACSI International Young Authors Anthology publication. This year, judges evaluated over 2,200 entries from more than 160 ACSI member schools. With just 94 notable superiors selected for the book, Haley’s entry is considered to be in the top 4% of all submissions! 

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ACSI Creative Writing Awards

Lower and Middle school students participated in the ACSI Creative Writing Festival last year.  In addition to celebrating the talents of emerging young writers, the Creative Writing Festival provides students with the opportunity to receive valuable feedback as they are encouraged to develop their writing skills.

Students submit creative writing pieces for evaluation. Two judges, provided by participating schools, evaluate each work submitted based on a rubric. Students are awarded based on their scores and receive evaluative comments from each judge.  Students in Grades 4–12 from ACSI member schools may participate.

The following students submitted work into the ACSI Creative Writing Festival and received awards! Congratulations to these students for their great writing pieces!  

Superior Awards:  Anna Kathryn Britt and Haley Pacacha. E xcellent Awards:  Madison Chin, Miruna Chiribau, Emma Henderson, Kristen Makhlouf, Arianna Myers, and Ellie Vogelsang

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Students in fourth-twelfth grades recently participated in the ACSI Creative Writing Festival with other Christian schools from across the state. The following students earned awards for their writing. Way to go!

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In 1 Corinthians 12:4-7, we read,

“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit, and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone. To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.”

Each of our students have been created by God with a variety of gifts. Some have been given gifts of creativity, others athletic gifts, others gifts of compassion, and others gifts of music. Whatever gifts we have received, we are called to use them for His Kingdom and glory. This winter, our students were given an opportunity to demonstrate their gifts in the areas of writing and math, through two competitions organized by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International). For the ACSI Math Olympics, students took a series of qualifying math tests to determine who would compete regionally. For the Creative Writing competition, the students in middle school were asked to submit their top writing piece according to the qualifications determined by ACSI. In celebration and thanksgiving for the math and writing gifts God has blessed these students with, we would to recognize the following students.

ACSI Creative Writing Competition

Eno Ituk – 6 th Grade Poetry – Good Rating

Idara Ituk – 6 th Grade Poetry – Good Rating

Abigail O’Rear – 6 th Grade Poetry – Excellent Rating

Nancy Nahra – 7 th Grade Poetry – Excellent Rating

Liona Rocca – 7 th Grade Short Story – Excellent Rating

Kufre Ituk – 8 th Grade Short Story – Excellent Rating

ACSI Math Olympics Computation Participants

Avery Babbitt – 3 rd Grade

Brian Holman – 3 rd Grade

Cody Maddux – 3 rd Grade

Jackson Adam – 4 th Grade

Anjali Mehzir – 4 th Grade

Caroline Cooper – 5 th Grade

Andrew Rotzoll – 5 th Grade

Grant Wardenburg – 5 th Grade

Eno Ituk – 6 th Grade

Idara Ituk – 6 th Grade

Abigail O’Rear – 6 th Grade

Zander Edkin – 7 th Grade

Corey Holman – 7 th Grade

Nancy Nahra – 7 th Grade

Connor Ahrens – 8 th Grade

Sophia Doorn – 8 th Grade

Adu Habte – 8 th Grade

Kufre Ituk – 8 th Grade

ACSI Math Olympics Reasoning Participants

Clark Cannon – 3 rd Grade

Molly Miller – 3 rd Grade

Garrett Sandersfeld – 3 rd Grade

Mitchell Holman – 4 th Grade

Jayce Norpel – 4 th Grade

Rylen Schweitzer – 4 th Grade

Peyton Liu – 5 th Grade

Malinee Mezhir – 5 th Grade

Raymond Jessop – 5 th Grade

Zachary Ahrens – 6 th Grade

Warren Murphy – 6 th Grade

Sarah Robinson – 6 th Grade

Aubrey Miller – 7 th Grade

Aurora Norpel – 7 th Grade

Andrew Stultz – 7 th Grade

Gunnar Gingerich – 8 th Grade

Chase Loftus – 8 th Grade

Jordan Robinson – 8 th Grade

Hunter Schau – 8 th Grade

Additionally, we would like to congratulate the following students who placed in the top five for their grade levels in the regional competition. Congratulations!

Avery Babbitt – 3 rd Place – 3 rd Grade Computation

Garrett Sandersfeld – 4 th Place – 3 rd Grade Reasoning

Jackson Adam – 4 th Place – 4 th Grade Computation

Anjali Mezhir – 2 nd Place – 4 th Grade Computation

Rylen Schwietzer – 3 rd Place – 4 th Grade Reasoning

Jayce Norpel – 2 nd Place – 4 rd Grade Reasoning

Caroline Cooper – 5 th Place – 5 th Grade Computation

Raymond Jessop – 4 th Place – 5 th Grade Reasoning

Peyton Liu – 3 rd Place – 5 th Grade Reasoning

Corey Holman – 1 st Place – 7 th Grade Computation

Zander Edkin – 5 th Place – 7 th Grade Computation

Aubrey Miller – 1 st Place – 7 th Grade Reasoning

Sophia Doorn – 5 th Place – 8 th Grade Computation

Adu Habte – 3 rd Place – 8 th Grade Computation

Jordan Robinson 1 st Place – 8 th Grade Reasoning

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The ACSI Creative Writing Festival provides opportunities for students to develop their writing skills. Through the use of evaluative criteria, students will receive encouragement and instruction regarding their submitted writings. The highest scored superior works are published each spring in the Creative Writing Book of Winners.

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Touring the Top 10 Moscow Metro Stations

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Komsomolskaya metro station

Komsomolskaya metro station looks like a museum. It has vaulted ceilings and baroque decor.

Hidden underground, in the heart of Moscow, are historical and architectural treasures of Russia. These are Soviet-era creations – the metro stations of Moscow.

Our guide Maria introduced these elaborate metro stations as “the palaces for the people.” Built between 1937 and 1955, each station holds its own history and stories. Stalin had the idea of building beautiful underground spaces that the masses could enjoy. They would look like museums, art centers, concert halls, palaces and churches. Each would have a different theme. None would be alike.

The two-hour private tour was with a former Intourist tour guide named Maria. Maria lived in Moscow all her life and through the communist era of 60s to 90s. She has been a tour guide for more than 30 years. Being in her 60s, she moved rather quickly for her age. We traveled and crammed with Maria and other Muscovites on the metro to visit 10 different metro stations.

Arrow showing the direction of metro line 1 and 2

Arrow showing the direction of metro line 1 and 2

Moscow subways are very clean

Moscow subways are very clean

To Maria, every street, metro and building told a story. I couldn’t keep up with her stories. I don’t remember most of what she said because I was just thrilled being in Moscow.   Added to that, she spilled out so many Russian words and names, which to one who can’t read Cyrillic, sounded so foreign and could be easily forgotten.

The metro tour was the first part of our all day tour of Moscow with Maria. Here are the stations we visited:

1. Komsomolskaya Metro Station  is the most beautiful of them all. Painted yellow and decorated with chandeliers, gold leaves and semi precious stones, the station looks like a stately museum. And possibly decorated like a palace. I saw Komsomolskaya first, before the rest of the stations upon arrival in Moscow by train from St. Petersburg.

2. Revolution Square Metro Station (Ploshchad Revolyutsii) has marble arches and 72 bronze sculptures designed by Alexey Dushkin. The marble arches are flanked by the bronze sculptures. If you look closely you will see passersby touching the bronze dog's nose. Legend has it that good luck comes to those who touch the dog's nose.

Touch the dog's nose for good luck. At the Revolution Square station

Touch the dog's nose for good luck. At the Revolution Square station

Revolution Square Metro Station

Revolution Square Metro Station

3. Arbatskaya Metro Station served as a shelter during the Soviet-era. It is one of the largest and the deepest metro stations in Moscow.

Arbatskaya Metro Station

Arbatskaya Metro Station

4. Biblioteka Imeni Lenina Metro Station was built in 1935 and named after the Russian State Library. It is located near the library and has a big mosaic portrait of Lenin and yellow ceramic tiles on the track walls.

Biblioteka Imeni Lenina Metro Station

Lenin's portrait at the Biblioteka Imeni Lenina Metro Station

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5. Kievskaya Metro Station was one of the first to be completed in Moscow. Named after the capital city of Ukraine by Kiev-born, Nikita Khruschev, Stalin's successor.

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Kievskaya Metro Station

6. Novoslobodskaya Metro Station  was built in 1952. It has 32 stained glass murals with brass borders.

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Novoslobodskaya metro station

7. Kurskaya Metro Station was one of the first few to be built in Moscow in 1938. It has ceiling panels and artwork showing Soviet leadership, Soviet lifestyle and political power. It has a dome with patriotic slogans decorated with red stars representing the Soviet's World War II Hall of Fame. Kurskaya Metro Station is a must-visit station in Moscow.

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Ceiling panel and artworks at Kurskaya Metro Station

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8. Mayakovskaya Metro Station built in 1938. It was named after Russian poet Vladmir Mayakovsky. This is one of the most beautiful metro stations in the world with 34 mosaics painted by Alexander Deyneka.

Mayakovskaya station

Mayakovskaya station

Mayakovskaya metro station

One of the over 30 ceiling mosaics in Mayakovskaya metro station

9. Belorusskaya Metro Station is named after the people of Belarus. In the picture below, there are statues of 3 members of the Partisan Resistance in Belarus during World War II. The statues were sculpted by Sergei Orlov, S. Rabinovich and I. Slonim.

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10. Teatralnaya Metro Station (Theatre Metro Station) is located near the Bolshoi Theatre.

Teatralnaya Metro Station decorated with porcelain figures .

Teatralnaya Metro Station decorated with porcelain figures .

Taking the metro's escalator at the end of the tour with Maria the tour guide.

Taking the metro's escalator at the end of the tour with Maria the tour guide.

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January 15, 2017 at 8:17 am

An excellent read! Thanks for much for sharing the Russian metro system with us. We're heading to Moscow in April and exploring the metro stations were on our list and after reading your post, I'm even more excited to go visit them. Thanks again 🙂

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December 6, 2017 at 10:45 pm

Hi, do you remember which tour company you contacted for this tour?

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  1. Creative Writing Festival

    Each registered school may submit a maximum of 24 entries. We encourage you to spread those entries evenly between grade levels and categories. All Creative Writing Festivals are digital in 2023-24. The Creative Writing Festival Submissions Deadline on the ACSI Student E-vents portal is February 23, 2024.

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    This year, judges evaluated over 2,200 entries from more than 160 ACSI member schools. With just 94 notable superiors selected for the book, Haley's entry is considered to be in the top 4% of all submissions! ACSI Creative Writing Awards. Lower and Middle school students participated in the ACSI Creative Writing Festival last year. In ...

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    These top students then spend weeks training to compete against other schools. The ACSI-sponsored event is held in March. Ribbons and medals are awarded at the end of the competition to the highest scoring students. CREATIVE WRITING. Students in grades 4-8 participate in the ACSI Creative Writing Festival.

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    The ACSI Creative Writing Festival in the Mid-America Region provides an excellent opportunity for students to develop their writing skills and have their work evaluated. Ninety-five writings that received a Superior rating of 60+ are included in this book. All entries appear as originally submitted, which means errors may be evident in grammar, punctuation, spelling and wording.

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