Watch the following promotional video featuring one of the contest winners.
Poster Art Contest
“A person’s a person, no matter how small.” Dr. Seuss
And every voice for Life, no matter how small, is important as well!
MCRTL welcomes area students to express their support for the beauty of every human life through our Poster Art Contest. The contest provides another opportunity for parents, teachers, and pastors to initiate a conversation on the essential question of the value of Life. Students as young as 2nd grade who are residents of Montgomery, Harris, Grimes, Walker, Liberty, Waller, San Jacinto, or Fort Bend counties have the chance to think about Life and express their beliefs through art.
Prizes awarded to each grade level winner as follows:
2nd-grade winner – $ 50
3rd-grade winner – $ 50
4th-grade winner – $ 50
5th-grade winner – $100
6th-grade winner – $100
- Poster may be up to 22″ x 28″ in size. Email a photo of your poster art. See contest rules.
- Artwork must be original work by the student. No collaborative work. No photocopies or use of copyrighted material is permitted.
- Use any type of medium, one or many.
- Support the theme that every human life is beautiful. This can include born or unborn.
2018 Poster Contest Winners
The 2018-19 school term Poster Contest concluded on November 2, 2018. Please see the winning submissions below and please plan to participate this fall in the 2019-20 contest.
Please click on the names below to see the posters up close.
2nd Grade: Camilla Wenske
3rd Grade: Holton Weatherly
4th Grade: Liberty Day
5th Grade: Evan Petsch
6th Grade: Emily Beier
2016 Poster Contest Winners
Congratulations to our 2016 Poster Contest Winners!
2nd Grade: Mary-Anna McFarland
3rd Grade: Evan Petsch
4th Grade: Peighton Jones
5th Grade: Elizabeth McFarland
6th Grade: Sophie Stockton
Click here to see each poster up close.
2015 Poster Contest Winners
Click here to see each winner’s poster up close.
Evan Petsch – 2nd Grade
Nicole Straub – 3rd Grade
Addy De Dominicis – 4th Grade
Corban Hatch – 5th Grade
Mary-Jean Morrissette – 6th Grade