Top Scholarships Available For Students

Scholarships, Financial Aid and More for Students, Parents and Teachers

First Freedom Student Competition

 First Freedom Student Competition
First Freedom Student Competition is an essay scholarship contest for high school students. It is a combination written essay and video production on the topic of religious freedom.

Students from grades 9-12 may apply. The written essay can be from 750 to 1,450 words in length, and the video production can be 5-7 minutes long. Entry is limited to one student per entry.

The purpose of the scholarship is to help students better understand the history of religious freedom, its significance to the American people, and the importance it plays in American history. The competition also gives students experience in research, writing and expressing their viewpoint.

The scholarship is sponsored by the First Freedom Center in Richmond, Virginia, a non-profit organization that works to protect and preserve fundamental human rights, freedom of religion and freedom of conscience.

The deadline for this scholarship is usually in NOVEMBER of each year, and the award amount is usually $2,500.

For more details, visit