Our Pro-Life student contests are up and running! These contests are not merely academic exercises but rather are conversation starters between parents and students or pastors/teachers and students regarding the value of life.

As these conversations take place two generations are in fact being equipped to communicate why every innocent life should be respected and protected – both the adults and the students.

We have contests open to various age groups from 2nd grade up to young adult.  Scholarship awards are generous –$1000 first prize for both the Oratory Contest and Video Contest! Many of the contests also have opportunities to take the same entry and compete further in the corresponding Texas Right to Life contests and National Right to Life contests.

Below is information regarding each of our MCRTL contests.   For complete information on rules, submission dates, and registration click the links below. We can’t wait to hear from our future advocates!     

colored-pencils-374130_1920Every Life is Beautiful Poster Contest ~ Due Jan. 8th

Students 2nd thru 6th grade can submit their original 9 x 12 poster creations expressing the theme: Every human life is beautiful! A cash prize is awarded for each grade!Essay

 

Essay Contest ~ Due Dec. 1st

Junior High (7th – 9th grade) and Senior High (10th – 12th grade) students write an original and accurate essay on the question: Why are you Pro-Life? 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place cash prizes are awarded in each division. Essays may also be submitted to the state and national level competitions for additional chances to win.

 

Amateur Video Contest ~ Register by Feb. 21st

Camera 3Any amateur filmmaker or student ages 15-25 may create and submit a unique, original film from 30 seconds up to 3 minutes long that affirms the theme: Why laws need to protect innocent human life. Cash prizes given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. 1st prize is $1000! Film entries can further compete in the national level contest.

Oratory Contest ~ Register by Feb. 17th Speakout

High School students in 11th & 12th grade research, write and present a 5-7 minute topical speech on one of these subjects: abortion, euthanasia, infanticide, or stem cell research. Scholarships awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.  1st prize is $1000!

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!