Elementary School Poster Contest

Purpose of contest:

The Right to Life of Southwest Indiana elementary and middle school poster contest is to promote the artistic abilities of students as it relates to pro-life issues.

Contest Theme:

The theme of the poster art contest is “Every Child Has a Purpose in Life.”

Contest Guidelines:

  • The contest is open for all children grades Kindergarten through 8th
  • One entry per student.
  • Finished poster size can range from 8 1/2” x 11” to 11”x14”
  • Artwork must be original. Posters must be freehand and cannot include pictures or computer generated drawing.
  • Words may be used.
  • Each poster will be evaluated on: originality, interpretation of theme and presentation of pro life message, artistic ability and overall effect.
  • The poster must reflect an unequivocally pro-life position. (Pro-life means affirming that all innocent human life from conception until to natural death is precious and must be protected.)
  • Posters must be turned in to the Right to Life of Southwest Indiana office by March 19, 2021
  • Posters must have a completed information form attached (see below).
  • Posters cannot be returned.
  • Upon submission, all artwork becomes the property of Right to Life of Southwest Indiana.

Contest Awards:

There are three age categories:

  • Kindergarten – 2nd grade
  • 3rd – 5th grade
  • 6th – 8th grade
  • Awards given in each age category will be:
  • First place – $25, 1st place ribbon
  • Second place – 2nd place ribbon
  • Third place – 3rd place ribbon

Posters will be on display at the Right to Life of Southwest Indiana Annual Banquet. Winners will be announced at the banquet and then prizes will be presented at the participant’s school at a later date.

For every entry, please submit an information form below:

2020 Winners

In the Kindergarten – 2nd grade category: 1st place -Cecilia Mohr, 2nd grader at St. Philip School in Mount Vernon.

In the 3rd-5th grade category: 1st place – Lucy Mohr, 4th grader at St. Philip School in Mount Vernon.