|Grade K: Priscilla Ton, Brookfield Elementary School, Reno, NV||Grade 5: Mindy Leu, Waverly Park Elementary School, East Rockaway, NY|
|Grade 1: Julieta Brusco, Incarnate Word Academy, Corpus Christi, TX||Grade 6: Tyler DeVisser, Plymouth Christian Elementary School, Grand Rapids, MI|
|Grade 2: Edy Reynozo, Dover South Elementary School, Dover, OH||Grade 7: Helen Nguyen, Blessed Sacrament School, Westminster, CA|
|Grade 3: Maryn Rajaski, Mother Seton School, Emmitsburg, MD||Grade 8: Jack Lieberherr, St. Anne's Academy, White Bear Lake, MN|
|Grade 4: Paige Templet, Anasazi Elementary School, Scottsdale, AZ|
The Nicholas Maxim Awards honor two special needs students each year for handwriting mastery, one for manuscript and one for cursive.
|Manuscript Winner: Grade 3: Benjamin Myers, Denver Elementary School, Denver, PA|
|Cursive Winner: Grade 7: Jakeya Duncan, Jonesville Junior High School, Jonesville, LA|
Read more about this year’s winners.
|Grade K: Gabrielle Gremillion, St. Edward the Confessor School, Metairie, LA||Grade 5: Arya Shankar, Valley View Elementary School, Valley View, WI|
|Grade 1: Mya Gauldin, Ottobine Elementary School, Dayton, VA||Grade 6: Sean Langley, Cherry Hill Elementary School, River Edge, NJ|
|Grade 2: Emerson Darr, Christ the King School, Nashville, TN||Grade 7: Amanda Poulin, Woodland Consolidated Elementary School, Woodland, ME|
|Grade 3: Emma Sullivan, Hayes Elementary School, Enid, OK||Grade 8: Emma Murr, Holy Family Catholic School, Orlando, FL|
|Grade 4: Maggie Foppe, Our Lady of Grace School, Greensboro, NC|
Judges selected state winners in grades K–8 for both public and private schools. View list of winning schools.