- Ryan Hamilton, Sam Bradley, and Aidan Michaud, Marblehead High School (Are You Going to Vote?)
- Angie Minichiello, Burlington High School (Get in the Game and Vote)
- Gabrielle Rooks, Ira Hysi, To’Landa Torres, Annalie Gilbert Keith, Maria José Campos, Clara Richardson-Omamo, Frannie Joseph, Lillian Ying, Elizabeth LaValley, Stoneleigh-Burnham School (How Can We Be the Change?)
- Jack Our, Jordan Our, Isabel Merl, Nauset Regional High School (I Can Vote Clearly Now)
- Matt Lawn, Waltham High School (Think About the Youth)
- Jenna Wolf, Acton-Boxborough Regional High School (Vote for a Better Tomorrow)
- Carly Schauer and Cannan Whittier, Marblehead High School (Voting)
- Sophie Hauck and Grace Martin, Marblehead High School (Voting: A Textbook American Tradition)
- Liam Mawn, Monomoy Regional High School (Youth Voting Rap)
In addition to the individual prizes, West Roxbury Academy in Boston will receive the Catalyst Award, special recognition for a single school’s inspiring submissions to the contest. The following students from West Roxbury Academy will be recognized with this award: Odalys Abreu, Scath Bograd, Kamari Boseman, Kyle Bourget, Isaiah Brown, Miguel Cabrera, Idalys Calderon, Alex Demosthene, Winda Durand, Phaica Etiverne, Quavante Granberry, Gamailel Pena, and Katherine Peguero.
To help get out the vote for the 2018 Massachusetts elections, the League invited Massachusetts high school students to create 30-second public service announcements encouraging eligible voters to register and turn out at the polls. LWVMA will widely distribute and publicize the winning videos and others from the contest as part of MOVE 2018, a statewide voter education and engagement initiative, beginning in late summer and leading up to the November election.