2011 Race to the Top Commencement Challenge

The 2011 Race to the Top Commencement Challenge invites public high schools across the country to show how their school best prepares students for college and a career.

In order to participate, schools are asked to submit an online application at WhiteHouse.gov/commencement. The application consists of three short essay questions, relevant supporting data, and an optional video that demonstrate how their school successfully prepares students for academic and career success.

The President will select a national winner and visit the winning high school to deliver the commencement address to the class of 2011.

The deadline to submit applications is Friday, March 11, 2011.

See The White House Blog for more information.

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