2023 Logo Competition

The LEST logo design was begun in 1989. Each school is limited to five entries for this event. One design will be chosen for the following year’s LEST Northwest and a brief presentation will be made at the awards ceremony. Recommendations are that the design is simple and that some religious wording and/or artistry be used in the entry. The design is to be done in pencil or black ink on white 8 ½ x 11 inch paper. Logo designs should be submitted with the art entries. LEST Northwest reserves the right to make any changes or modifications to the design chosen for the logo. 

Entries shown below are from LEST Northwest 2022, still here as examples. Second from the Botton Megan Van Duine contributed the winning entry, now our 2023 logo.

McKinley Bleakley

Grade 5

Bethlehem, Kennewick, WA

Charlotte Bray

Grade 5

Bethlehem, Kennewick, WA

Nozami Carver

Grade 7

Trinity, Portland, OR

Annie DeRoss

Grade 6

Zion, Corvallis, OR

Jaya Filyaw

Grade 5

St. Paul, Wenatchee, WA

Taliah Garcia

Grade 6

St. Paul, Wenatchee, WA

Madyson Getchell

Grade 6

Bethlehem, Kennewick, WA

Emily Hokama

Grade 5

Zion, Corvallis, OR

Cayiah Hokanson

Grade 7

Bethlehem, Kennewick, WA

Hazel Kiblinger

Grade 8

Forest Hills, Cornelius, OR

Sally McEntarffer

Grade 8

Forest Hills, Cornelius, OR

Brianna Moss

Grade 5

Zion, Lake Stevens, WA

Carmen Perasso

Grade 5

Zion, Lake Stevens, WA

Zoe Seaders

Grade 7

Zion, Corvallis, OR

Katelynn Sheldon

Grade 6

Concordia Christian Academy, Tacoma, WA

Eisley Spendal

Grade 7

Forest Hills, Cornelius, OR

Megan Van Duine

Grade 7

Zion, Lake Stevens, WA

Londyn Zumach

Grade 6

St. Paul, Wenatchee, WA

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