Deadline. The starting date of the EssayPro writing contest is the 1st of July. Starting from the start date, and all the way until 11:59 PM November 1st, 2020, the team at EssayPro will be accepting students’ submissions. After the specified time, the acceptance of your submissions will not be valid.
Due to significant effort from the students and teachers of the participating schools, the annual Lions Club Drug Essay Contest was once again successful as demonstrated by the receipt of 331 essays. According to the Contest Chairman Lion Jim Neale, the papers continue to demonstrate the fine writing abilities of students at all participating schools. Neale said, “It is obvious that the.
Ayn Rand essay contest offers an array of educational programs to enable students at all levels of knowledge to learn about Ayn Rand’s philosophy and novels. Ayn Rand was an American novelist and philosopher and the creator of Objectivism, which she called “a philosophy for living on earth.” The essay contest is open to 12th graders, college undergraduates, and graduate students. The.Seventh-grader Alex Mather from Springfield, Virginia submitted the winning essay, which was selected by NASA from a field of over 28,000 entries from K-12 students in every state in the U.S.AU’s annual essay contest encourages high school students to reflect on why religious freedom and the separation of religion and government are important to them and their communities—and what they can do to ensure religious freedom is used as a shield that protects, not a sword to harm others. The deadline for submission was April 19, 2020. Prize winners will be notified in June. TOPIC.
The contest had two coequal runners-up. One was Samuel Leiter of the University of Chicago. Leiter’s essay suggests that the US needs to reduce its role in East Asia in order to avoid confrontation with a rising China. Critics of this view, he notes, have worried that this could prompt East Asian states to seek nuclear weapons as independent.Read More
The John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage contest tasks students with writing an essay between 700 and 1,000 words on an act of political courage by a US elected official serving during or after 1917, inspired by John F. Kennedy’s Profiles in Courage. Each essay should cover the act itself as well as any obstacles or risks the subject faced in achieving their act of courage. Essays must not.Read More
Student Essay Contests Due to the growing health crisis, we are extending the deadline for submissions for the 2019-2020 Fifty States, One Nation Contest to Monday, November 16, 2020; winners will be announced in mid-December. Please note that this will not affect eligibility of entries already submitted in any way. In these months of remote learning, parents and family members who are taking.Read More
Student Award Winners in Statewide Essay Contest. Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union is pleased to announce that three of their sponsored students were selected as award winners in the Massachusetts Credit Union League’s 2015 Student Essay Contest. Rachel Modeski, an eighth-grade student at St. Michael School in Lowell, was awarded first place. Makayla Boucher, also an eighth-grade student at St.Read More
Students in grades 7-12 from across Solano County recently submitted essays in the 7th Annual Constitution Essay Contest-Solano, a contest sponsored by Constitution Literacy Advocates, (CLA), a group of local volunteers. This year’s essay topic was: Why must the Rule of Law be upheld equally to preserve the Liberties we enjoy as Americans today? Awards for students, teachers, and schools.Read More
Now called the Knight Essay Contest, this annual competition asks students to examine any aspect of the Revolutionary War, the Declaration of Independence, or the US Constitution, in a 500- to 750-word essay. Open to 11th- and 12th-grade students only.Read More
The Memorial’s 18th Annual Student Essay Contest allowed students the opportunity to share their views on relevant topics while engaging them in the lessons of the Memorial. The April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was the result of some individuals choosing violence to express disagreement and effect change. This evil act killed 168 innocent men, women and.Read More
One entry per student per contest. Essay must be submitted online or postmarked by May 28, 2020, for 11th- and 12th-graders and May 28, 2020, for 8th-, 9th- and 10th-graders, no later than 11:59 p.m., Pacific Standard Time. The Ayn Rand Institute has the right to provide contest deadline extensions when deemed appropriate. Essay must be solely the work of the entrant. Plagiarism will result in.Read More
Description: This award is for U.S. high school seniors who reside in Tennessee, Arkansas or Mississippi who plan to attend an accredited institution of higher education. Students must submit an essay of 900 to 1,000 words to qualify. Application requirements for the The Bird Dog Foundation, Inc. Annual High School Senior Essay Contest are.Read More
This contest is open to students in grades 9-12 worldwide and asks students to examine, question, and reflect on important concepts in genetics. Essays are expected to be well-reasoned arguments that indicate a deep understanding of scientific concepts related to the essay question. They are evaluated by ASHG members through three rounds of scoring.Read More