You might want to consider publishing some of the pieces you wrote this year. Here are some sites to consider:
Stone Soup, a magazine completely of the creative work of children from all over the world, ages 8-13. Its one of the very best literary journals out there for young people and it happens to be published in my home town of Santa Cruz, California!
Merlyn’s Pen, established 1985 for young people in grades 6-12.
Skipping Stone, an international multicultural magazine and accepts art and original writings in every language and from all ages.
Teen Ink, a national magazine, book, and web site featuring teen writing, information, art, photos, poetry, teen issues, and more.
Potato Hill Poetry, a magazine featuring both student and teacher writing that comes out every other month except July and August
New Moon: The Magazine for Girls and Their Dreams
Edited by a Girls Editorial Board (sixteen girls ages 8 to 14), this is a magazine by girls and for girls.
Young Writer, an international platform for writing by young people up to the age of 18.
Winning Writers poetry competitions and more.
Young Author’s Workshop, with links to online magazines that accept stories, poems, or articles by young writers. In most cases, your writing will be sent as an e-mail attachment.
ON LINE PUBLISHERS
Kid Pub, books, stories, writing contests and publishing for students. More than 10,000 stories written by kids from all over the planet!
Kids Space, Global collaboration of kids work by kids and for kids.
Teen Ink A teen literary magazine with poetry, fiction, non-fiction, celebrity interviews, and art work.
Writing.Com an online writing community that offers a place to share your writing with other students and writers online, in addition to writing contests and activities, the site offers a place to store your writing
Summer writing workshops for teens:
Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop, Gambier, Ohio.
Penn State Young Writers’ Workshop, Pensylvania State University, State College Pennsylvania.
California Writing Project This one includes conferences and camps for middle schoolers as well.