The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) sponsors several annual awards programs that allow students and educators to become more involved and engaged in the American Revolutionary period. These awards encourage civic responsibility and duty, creative and effective teaching practices for the classroom, and a deeper understanding of the complicated issues surrounding the war for American independence. Many of these youth programs begin at the local SAR chapter level and move along toward the society and national level during the scope of each annual competition, wrapping up at the annual SAR Congress.
To learn more about the individual award details click here. Further information, specific guidelines, and deadlines can be found by contacting the respective contest’s point of contact, found on that contest’s page.