High School Photo Contest: Faces

Our high school photo contest has now entered its sophomore year, and we've got some photos to share.

Last month's theme was Faces, and as you can see, we got a lot of mugs.

Our next theme is Recovery, whether from Ike, from an accident, from an addiction, from a fumble, from a political situation -- you name it.

The contest is open to all Houston-area high school students. See below for the full rules. -- Keith Plocek

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The Triumphant Return of the High School Photo Contest

Hey kids. It’s time again for the Houston Press high school photo contest.

Any high school student in the greater Houston area is eligible. The first month’s theme is “faces.” All entries must be sent by September 30.

You can read the full rules below. Happy clicking.

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High School Photo Contest Winners: 2007 - 2008

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We've just loaded up all the winners from the past year of our photojournalism contest for Houston-area high school students. An outside panel of judges will look at these images and pick our big winner. Stay tuned for the results. -- Keith Plocek

Slideshow: High School Photo Contest

Javier Morales, South Houston High School
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We've just loaded up a new batch of entries in our high school photo contest. Click the image above for plenty of colorful photos, and be sure to let us know which are your favorites in the comments. -- Keith Plocek

UPDATE: Click here to find out who won.


High School Photo Contest: Weather

Danielle Riley, Westchester Academy for International Studies
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We've just loaded up the latest round of entries from our photo contest for Houston-area high school students. The theme was weather. You can check out the entries over here. Be sure to let us know which one's your favorite in the comments.

Click here for more info on the contest. -- Keith Plocek


High School Photo Contest: Back to School

The entries are in for the September-October round of our photo contest for Houston-area high school students.

The theme was Back to School, and we got snaps of lockers, chemistry projects, cheerleaders and soccer players.

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High School Photo Contest: Back to School

We're still accepting entries for the latest round of our photo contest for Houston-area high school students. Winners get bookstore gift certificates and become eligible for a $1,000 college scholarship.

The theme is "Back to School." A very broad theme, indeed. Use your imagination and get snapping. Deadline is the end of the month.

Click here for full details. – Keith Plocek

High School Photo Contest: Food, Glorious Food

We’ve loaded up the latest batch of photos from our contest for Houston-area high school students. You can check out the gallery here.

Be sure to come back and vote in the comments section of this post. Winners get bookstore gift certificates and become eligible for a $1,000 college scholarship.

The theme for September is "Back to School." A very broad theme, indeed. Use your imagination and get snapping.

Click here for more information. – Keith Plocek

High School Photo Contest: Food, Glorious Food

Close, but no cigar.
We're accepting entries until the end of August for our photo contest for Houston-area high school students.

The theme is food. Good food. Bad food. Dog food. People food (but not in a cannibalistic way, of course). Anything that relates to eating. Food.

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There Definitely Is Something in the Water

Last month we asked Houston’s high school students to cool off and focus on the theme of water, and the kids came back with what just might be the best wave of photos yet.

You can check out the online gallery here. And be sure to come back to this post and vote for your favorite in the comments section below. Winner gets a bookstore gift certificate and entry into our year-end contest for a $1,000 college scholarship.

So head on over and come on back. Unless, of course, you’ve got something against free money. – Keith Plocek


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