* Winner of 7th Grade Texas History Essay Contest: $300

SRT Texas History Essay Contest-Sponsored by the Sons of the Republic of Texas organization which offers sizable scholarships to high school seniors for winning entries in their essay contest on an annually changing topic. For more information see .

Save Texas History essay contest open to 4th and 7th graders

As part of the 180th Anniversary of Texas Independence, the Barnwell Anderson Chapter of the Walter Prescott Webb Society of Jacksonville College sponsored a Texas History Essay Contest open to students grades 3 through 12. East Texas Schools received contest information in November of 2015. The deadline for submission was February 1, 2016. The theme of the essays this year was the role of women in the development of Texas.


4th and 7th GRADE TEXAS HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST

4th and 7th GRADE TEXAS HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST (Circle one)

Maia Richard, a fourth grade student at Humble Christian School is the local first place winner and Ryan Hopson is the second place fourth grade winner of the annual Texas History Essay Contest.


You should always investigate available information on the scholarship. A maximized likelihood of obtaining money is a result of initially researching the prerequisites and then determining if you qualify. Prior to starting, figure out the reason for involvement of the Sons of the Republic of Texas and their goals for the Texas History Essay Contest. After making sure you satisfy the prerequisites, you should determine if there is a reasonable chance of being awarded the scholarship. Upon determining that there is a good chance of going on to be a recipient of the Texas History Essay Contest, then it is worth it to use your time.Maia Richard, a fourth grade student at Humble Christian School, is the local first place winner and Ryan Hopson is the second place fourth grade winner of the annual Daughters of the Republic of Texas District VI Texas History Essay Contest.