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3 Huge Scholarships for High School Students

You need to apply for all three of these ginormous scholarships.

The Fastweb Team

May 27, 2020

3 Huge Scholarships for High School Students
Listen up, high school students. Just winning one of these three scholarships would go a long way in paying for college. Why not enter all three to maximize your chances of winning?

1. “Stuck at Prom” Scholarship

Deadline: 6/8/20
Available to: Ages 14-19
Award Amount: $10,000 The Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest is open to students who will be attending a high school, home school association, or other school-sanctioned prom. Students may enter the Contest as an individual only. Each individual must create and wear prom attire consisting of either a complete dress or a complete tuxedo and accessories made using Duck brand duct tape and/or Duck brand crafting tape. Other materials, in addition to Duck brand duct tape, may be used or incorporated into the design. You must also submit up to five high resolution photos showing you wearing your Duck Tape Prom Attire, and a written essay or video of under three minutes and no more than than 500MB in size, documenting your journey. Learn more about the “Stuck at Prom” Scholarship.

2. Voice of Democracy Scholarship Competition

Deadline: 10/31/20
Available to: High School Freshmen through High School Seniors
Award Amount: $30,000 The Voice of Democracy Scholarship Competition is open to high school students. To enter, you must write and record a three - to five - minute broadcast script on the following theme: "Is This the Country the Founders Envisioned?" Learn more about the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Competition.

3. American Legion National Oratorical Contest

Deadline: Rolling
Available to: High School Freshmen through High School Seniors
Award Amount: From $14,000 - $18,000 The National High School Oratorical Contest is open to junior high and high school students who are under the age of 20 and citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States. You must prepare an oration on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution, with some emphasis on the duties and obligations of citizens to our government. A complete list of topics are available on the Legion's Web site. Each individual state winner certified into and participating in the first round of the national contest receives an additional $1,500 scholarship. Learn more about the American Legion National Oratorical Contest.

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