The contest is open to all students attending home schools, public, parochial, or private high schools in that same grade range.
A) Historical accuracy B) Clarity of thought C) Organization and proven topic D) Grammar and spelling E) Documentation.
One of the chapter’s favorite projects was started by member Blenn Meigs, the bingo game held every year at the Long Beach Veterans Hospital. Anthony members are very active today and want you to join them.
Please contact Regent Kathy Massenet for more information about the Susan B.
Missouri Daughters sponsor a scholarship fund and provide support to Missouri’s “College of the Ozarks” — “Hard Work U®” — where students from low-income families can receive an education while working their way through school without acquiring outstanding debt.
Below is a listing of scholarships which are offered by the Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
The DAR supports several schools to help children in underserved areas receive an education.
The Kate Duncan Smith DAR School in Grant, Alabama, and the Tamassee DAR School in Tamassee, South Carolina, were both founded by the DAR.
The National Society awards over 0,000 in scholarships and financial aid each year to high school and college students from diverse backgrounds and who are pursuing diverse disciplines. This contest is for students in grades 5-8 and includes public, private, parochial and home-schooled students. Interested students should see their teachers, guidance counselors, or contact us for more information.
Essays are judged for historical accuracy, adherence to topic, organization of material, interest, originality, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and neatness. Established in 1987 to honor Mildred Showfety, former John Hoyle Chapter Regent, State Regent, and Vice President General — this award is given in April to an outstanding student of American History at Hickory High School.