Students Win "Daughters of the American Revolution" Essay Contest
JHCA students Sascha M. and Case M. placed in 1st and 2nd, respectively, in the Davey Jackson chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution high school essay contest. In this contest, "Patriots of the American Revolution," students were prompted to write about a particular figure in the American Revolution and describe their contribution to the founding of the nation. Essays were judged based on historical accuracy, organization of material, interest, originality, spelling, grammar, punctation, and quality and scopes of references. Sascha's essay, titled "The Contribution of Baron von Steuben to the American Cause," has moved on to the state competition. Stay tuned for news!
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