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Valley Humanities Review High School Scholarship

The Valley Humanities Review is pleased to announce its annual High School Scholarship Contest. We are currently seeking essays in the humanities - including literature, film, art, history, religion, or philosophy - written by current high school students that demonstrate high quality, intellectual rigor and originality. The winner will receive a $500 prize and publication in the spring issue.


Submissions will be accepted from September 1st to December 15th of each year. All submissions should adhere to the Chicago style in formatting, footnoting and bibliography. Essays should be between 2,500 and 6,000 words in length, be free of errors and have an original title. Please only one essay per student. All contest submissions should be emailed as a Word document attachment. Please list the title of the contest to which you are submitting in the subject line of your email. All contest entries should be free of any identifying marks such as names, addresses, or high school affiliations. Please give contact information, including name, address, and high school, in the body of your email.

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