- Topic: Analyze why it is vital to remember and pass to a new generation the history and lessons of the Holocaust, and suggest what they, as students, can do to combat and prevent prejudice, discrimination, and violence in our world today.
- Eligibly: Grades 9 - 12
- Length: 1200 words maximum
- Must be the original work of the student and all sources must be cited
- Essay must be accompanied by the "Official 2013 Entry Form." See Mrs. Stoner. Do not include your name on the essay.
- First place: 10 winners will receive a trip to Washington, DC, a gold medal, and a $2,500 - $5,000 scholarship
- Second place: 10 winners will receive $500, a silver medal, and a Certificate of Participation
- Third place: 10 winners will receive $250, a bronze medal, and a Certificate of Participation
Click here to visit the Holocaust Remembrance Project web page.