The Bill of Rights Institute has lots of great resources to help you dig into the Constitution and Founding principles! Want to know more? Click and explore the rest of our siteand fill out this quick form to let us know you want to hear about new resources and programs for home school students! Join us this summer for the Constitutional Academy – details below.

Constitutional Academy 2013

Your Liberty. Your Future.

July 15-20, 2013

The Academy is the nation’s premier program for high school students to study the Constitution and has been enjoyed by numerous home schooled students – see what they had to say about the program:

“[The Constitutional Academy] has changed my perspective from merely a citizen of the United States to a guardian and protector of freedom and justice. I feel more a part of my government than ever, and feel passionate about passing my knowledge along to others (not to mention discovering even more for myself!)” – Caroline, home school student from Texas

“The Constitutional Academy has helped me provide a practical context to my ideas about being a citizen of the United States. Most of all, it has made me more appreciative of the difficult process by which our government was established.” – Andrew, 2011 home school alumnus

Application Deadline: May 1, 2013 - Apply Today!

Cost: Thanks to the generous support of the Bill of Rights Institute’s donors, all accepted students will receive a program scholarship which covers the cost of program experiences, lodging, meals, and site visits while in Washington, D.C. Select students will also receive a travel scholarship. For students who do not receive this additional travel scholarship, the only cost that student/family will incur is travel to and from Washington, D.C. All expenses once students arrive at the program will be covered by the Institute.

Who: The Constitutional Academy is designed for high school students who love history, the Constitution, politics, or economics. This program allows students to experience Washington, D.C. through site visits, scholar lectures and discussions, activities, group projects, and college and career panels.

What: During the Constitutional Academy, students learn from college professors and subject-matter experts about how history, economics, politics, and current events connect. Students will receive a certificate for 18 hours of classroom education towards your graduation requirements.

Questions?: Email or call 703-894-1776, ext. 20. We are looking forward to answering any questions you might have about this wonderful program.