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ConstitutingAmerica.org – We The Future Contest

Our friends at Constituting America, A Republic for Which It Stands – Constituting America – “Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people.” John Adams, 1765, have an amazing website filled with resources and materials for students, teachers and citizens. One that has especially caught our eye is their We The Future Contest. This contest is for Patriots of all ages and lets you use your creativity to showcase your love for our great Nation. Check it out!

Also, check them out on Facebook!

 

Essay Contest for High School Students

Attention, High School teachers! The Bill of Rights Institute is holding a scholarship essay contest for current high school students. Winning essays can receive prizes of up to $4,000. The teacher of the winning student also may receive a prize of up to $500.

Student essays will be responses to three questions related to ideas contained in the United States Constitution. Complete details about entry, including the three writing prompts, may be found at the contest website.

The entry deadline is December 6, 2013.

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