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Offered by Home School Legal Defense Association
The HSLDA Contests are funded by the Home School Legal Defense Association, an organization dedicated to protecting parents’ rights to homeschooling and providing homeschooling families with the necessary resources. Each year, the Home School Legal Defense Association Contests award scholarships of varying amounts to multiple homeschooled students aged 7-19 (2nd graders through high school seniors) who create and submit original pieces of artwork, videos, or writing. The contests are split into six types: Poetry, Video, Photo, Short Story, Art, and Essay. Each year, the Poetry and Video Contests run from February 1 – April 1, the Photo and Short Story Contests run from June 1 – August 1, and the Art and Essay Contests run from October 1 – December 1.
If this scholarship sounds like a fit for you, keep on reading for more application details!
Applicants must be homeschooled students aged 7-19 who have an interest in photography, poetry, writing, creative writing, or videography. They should also meet the below eligibility requirements.
High School Students
Visual & Performing Arts, Film/Video Production, Photography/Photojournalism
Applicants with an interest in Creative Writing are also eligible
In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must submit an artistic or written piece of their own creation. Such pieces may include a poem, short story, video, or photo. However, as the type of piece that must be submitted changes each quarter, we would recommend checking that on the HSLDA website before applying.
Essay may be required, depending on contest type
Video may be required, depending on contest type
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