April 25, 2021

The deadline to nominate a homeschooled teen for the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) Servant Leadership Award is fast approaching.  Homeschooled students between the ages of 13 and 19 who are currently homeschooled and have been homeschooling since the beginning of the school year may be eligible to receive one of three $2000 awards.

The HSLDA website provides background:  “The Servant Leadership Award recognizes homeschooled teens for exemplary community service in their local area, halfway around the world, or both!  Started in 2016, this award honors students who selflessly and steadily give of their time and talents to make a difference for those who are hurting or overlooked in their time of need.

Every fall at our National Leaders Conference, HSLDA selects three students to each receive $2,000 in appreciation of their service.  The students are then invited to address the assembly of homeschool leaders from around the country.”

Any adult may nominate a homeschool student for an award.  Nominations are due no later than April 30.  To learn more, visit:



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