|Grade K: Ethny Schuett, Agamim Classical Academy, Hopkins, MN||Grade 5: Madilyn Kerber, Sacred Heart Catholic School, Cullman, AL|
|Grade 1: Isabella Salas, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School, Fort Wayne, IN||Grade 6: Shiloh Carson, LaGrange Elementary, LaGrange, WY|
|Grade 2: Noah Tacy, Washington Drive Primary School, Centerport, NY||Grade 7: Benjamin Corpuz, Our Lady of Victory Catholic School, Victoria, TX|
|Grade 3: Edbert Aquino, Academy of Our Lady of Grace, Fairview, NJ||Grade 8: Leyna Lehenbauer, Our Savior Lutheran School, Louisville, KY|
|Grade 4: Elle Mason, Valley Christian Academy, Santa Maria, CA|
The Nicholas Maxim Awards honor two students with special needs each year for handwriting mastery, one for manuscript and one for cursive.
|Manuscript Winner: Grade 2: Emma Laird, Pilgrim Lutheran School, Mesa, AZ|
|Cursive Winner: Grade 3: Anaya Ellick, Greenbrier Christian Academy, Chesapeake, VA|
Read more about this year’s winners.
|Grade K: Isabel Le, Holy Family Catholic School, Orlando, FL||Grade 5: Sophie Howell, Forest Park Elementary, Little Rock, AR|
|Grade 1: Sara Cotlet, Dover East Elementary School, Dover, OH||Grade 6: Anthony Hanna, St. Constance School, Chicago, IL|
|Grade 2: Maggie Schueppert, Holy Infant School, Ballwin, MO||Grade 7: Sean Wallace, St. Theresa School, Ashburn, VA|
|Grade 3: Evelyn Nesvacil, Valley View Elementary, Green Bay, WI||Grade 8: Elenna Koenig, South Central Middle School, Bonesteel, SD|
|Grade 4: Sahana Srinivasan, Valley Catholic Elementary School, Beaverton, OR|
Judges selected state winners in grades K–8 for both public and private schools. View list of winning schools.