AHEF’s 2nd American History & Western Civilization Challenge Bowl™ (AHWCCB) will be held on Jan. 25-26, 2019, in New York City at The King’s College-NY.
The four competing teams will be students from: Harvard University, Princeton University, Grove City College, and The King’s College of NY.
AHWCCB™ is an academic competition and scholarship for college/university students who compete in their knowledge and understanding of Western Civilization and America’s history and governance, founding principles and philosophy, and civil institutions in order to determine America’s top colleges in educating students in these subjects.
AHEF aims to address the growing deficiency of civic knowledge among Americans as reported in the last 20 years as well as the neglect or de-emphasizing of objective civic education in schools over the last 50 years. AHEF seeks to raise awareness of the importance of civic education and to encourage and incentivize schools, teachers, and students to teach and learn these subjects.
The goals of the AHWCCB™ are:
1) to encourage college programs and students to teach and learn these subjects/principles, the American idea, and what it means to be an American;
2) to ignite excitement, engagement, humor, fun, and youthful appeal in the learning of America’s heritage;
3) to improve understanding, appreciation, and love of the United States of America;
4) to develop informed, patriotic leaders and contributors in American society; and
5) to develop an educated citizenry essential to our self-governing republic.
Each semi-final student team member will receive a $1,000 cash scholarship award. Each finalist student team member will receive a $2,000 cash scholarship award. Each winning student team member will receive a $4,000 cash scholarship award.
For more information about AHWCCB™, please go to: https://americanheritage.org/programs/american-history-western-civilization-challenge-bowl-ahwccb/.
If you would like to get involved and make a donation for this event, please go to:
The American Heritage Education Foundation (AHEF) salutes and honors Bob McNair, Houston Texans owner, who passed away on November 23, 2018. Bob and Janice McNair have been instrumental in making possible the work of AHEF (and many other Houston non-profits and charities).
We thank you and your family for your generosity and care for Houston, civic education for all students, and America’s patriotic, Bible-inspired principles. God bless you and your family for all the good you have done for so many, from everyone at AHEF!
Dear Homeschoolers, Teachers, and Friends of AHEF,
AHEF’s friend and partner, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, and curious homeschoolers everywhere want to know what you think are the Best Choices for homeschool curricula and products!
The Old Schoolhouse® Excellence in Education Awards are awarded annually to the companies or curricula that you and your fellow home educators feel are the best of the best in homeschool educational materials, curriculum providers, and supplemental products.
Cast your vote for AHEF resources! Categories to consider include History (all levels), Unit Studies (all levels), Bible (MS-HS), & Elective (MS-HS).
(The Old Schoolhouse® will give everyone who completes the survey a $100 gift certificate to their Schoolhouse Store for any digital purchase! They will also hold a drawing to give away three Kindle Fires!)
Results will be revealed in The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine 2017 – 2018 Annual Print Book.
AHEF is happy to announce that AHEF President Angela E. Kamrath’s text, The Miracle of America: The Influence of the Bible on the Founding History and Principles of the United States of America for a People of Every Belief (Second Edition, 2015) has been selected for addition to the Library of Congress collection.
The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world and serves as the research library of the U. S. Congress. It is accessible to the public.
For more information about the book, go to Miracle of America.