Thanks to an Abbot grant, the OWHL is excited to announce its latest publishing project: The Bell Tower: an anthology of student work. It’s an annual, curated collection of exemplary student work produced over the course of a single school year in all disciplines, published in print and online.
When you think about all the work you have done this year, what are you most proud of? A paper you spent a hundred hours researching and writing? That music solo you thought you’d never make it through? The equation you mastered so thoroughly that you were able to teach it to your classmates?
We know you create and do incredible things while you are here: research papers, artworks, performances, presentations, experiments, solutions, and more. The OWHL wants to celebrate that work by publishing it in The Bell Tower: an anthology of student work.
We want you to submit what you believe represents your best work for consideration. You can submit your own stuff, or submit something on behalf of a friend if their self-confidence needs a boost. The work itself can range from a homework to a midterm to a final. It’s not the weight of the assignment or the grade that matters, but rather what it represents to you and its place in your journey. Work from all grade levels is welcome and encouraged. All formats (documents, videos, audio, etc.) are also welcome.