Brochure Contest

Americanism Middle School Brochure Contest

The Sgt. Moses Adams Memorial Middle School Brochure Contest


What is the brochure contest?

It is a contest for middle school students to create their own original educational brochure based on the current year's theme. This contest was designed as a complement to the Americanism Poster Contest for an older age group.

Who is it for?

The Americanism Brochure Contest is open to students in the 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th grades, particularly those who are currently learning about American History in their school curriculum - including ecumenical and home school students. The aim of this contest is to stimulate interest in American History in support of the established school curriculum.

How does the contest work?

Brochures must be a 2-sided, 6-panel, tri-fold, letter sized brochure based on the current year's theme. Please contact the state contest chairman to submit your poster. The contest has some important deadlines that need to be observed. Please make a note of these dates so that your entires can be considered.

  • May 15: Brochures are due to the State chairman.
  • June 1: State winner is due to the National chairman.

Where can I go to find more information?

Please consult the national society website for all of the official rules and procedures of the contest.

You may contact the State Chairman if you have any questions or concerns about the contest:

C. Louis Raborg, Jr.
714 Chestnut Hill Rd
Forest Hill, MD 21050
Cell: (443)-910-6782
Home: (410)-879-2246