Scholarship, a platform focused on providing high-quality resources for teachers, tutors, homeschool parents, and others who work in the field of education, offers a new scholarship for students in high school and college.

Annual Amount


Additional Selection Criteria

Scholarship Rules and Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants may only submit one piece for consideration

  • Applicants may not be a family member of anyone employed by

  • Applicants may not submit content that has been previously published online

  • Applicants may submit their own original work without getting help from anyone

  • Applicants must be current High School or College Students located in the United States or Canada

Application Process

Scholarship Guidelines

To apply for the scholarship, applicants should submit a short story or informational article for children (400-800 words) to along with their full name, age, and current school level info. 

For a better idea of the type of content we are looking for, check out the entries from our latest winners and finalists.

Stories and articles will be rated from 0-5 based on the following criteria:

  • Creativity/Innovation

  • Value to Students

  • Quality of Content

  • Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation

The applicants with the highest scores will move on to the final round of the scholarship competition where a winner will be chosen by a team from The stories from finalists will be published on with attribution.

Note: Applicants should review the content currently found on to help understand the style of stories and articles we are looking for. However, applicants are NOT required to submit questions to accompany an article or story. If chosen for publication on the site, contributors will develop their own questions to accompany the text.

Scholarship Tips

When submitting an entry, consider the following:

  • Avoid standard college admission essays (including pieces written for Common App) or essays previously written for class
  • Think outside of the box and come up with a unique way to present a subject
  • Avoid fairy tales and animal fables (we receive tons of these and it's hard to stand out among them)
  • Try not to start with Once Upon a Time
  • Consider the age level the piece appeals to and ensure content and language is appropriate for the level
  • Avoid highly controversial topics unless presenting a balanced viewpoint
  • Watch your grammar and punctuation


June 1, 2020

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