National Latin Exam Awards
and Certificates | Perfect Papers | Maureen O'Donnell Oxford Classial Dictionary Award | Scholarships | New Latin Educators Scholarship
The students who have three years of perfect papers, the students who have four years of perfect papers, and the student who has five years of perfect papers are being sent special book awards in addition to the special certificate. The perfect papers must be for ascending levels of the exam, exclusive of the Introduction to Latin exam.The Maureen O'Donnell Oxford Classical Dictionary Award (Latin I-VI)
The Maureen O’Donnell Oxford Classical Dictionary Award is given to students who win four gold medals in recognition of their outstanding achievement. The students who have won five gold medals will be sent special book awards. The PERFECT PAPER and GOLD MEDAL winners will be published in Torch U.S., the publication of the National Junior Classical League.
Applications for the $1,000 scholarships are mailed to gold medal winners in Latin III, Latin III-IV Prose, III-IV Poetry, or Latin V-VI who are high school seniors. Those who apply must agree to take at least one course per semester of Latin or classical Greek in their first year of college. A course in classics translation does not meet this requirement.
Seniors who win gold medals on the Latin III, III-IV Prose, III-IV Poetry, or the Latin V-VI Exam their senior year are eligible for one of the $1000 scholarships, including one from an anonymous donor. In addition, a $2000 scholarship will be awarded for post graduate study leading to the teaching of Latin and/or Greek at the elementary, intermediate, or high school level. These scholarship awards and those for the National Greek Exam will be announced by NLE Scholarship Chair, Ephy Howard, at the ACL Institute in June.
The scholarship recipients from 2009, 2008, and 2007, are eligible for an additional $1000 if they continue their study of Latin and/or Greek.
In addition, a $2,000 scholarship, the Sally R. Davis Graduate School Scholarship, is awarded for post graduate study leading to the teaching of Latin or Greek at the elementary, intermediate, or high school level.
The National Latin Exam Scholarship Committee, formed in 1983, consists of Ephy Howard, Chair, Cathy Daugherty, Judith de Luce, Gaylan DuBose, Edith Foster, Sue L. Gillen, Sandra Woodward, and Linda S. Montross, Liason to Scholars.
IThe National Latin Exam is excited to continue its New Latin Educators Scholarship. In keeping with the spirit of inspiring young people to enter the teaching profession, the NLE will give five $2000 scholarships in 2016 to high school seniors, college students, or others who are obtaining their credentials in order to teach Latin. Application. | Announcement | Recommendation
The Jane Harriman Hall Professional Development Scholarship program is designed to support teachers in their ability to teach Latin. The scholarship was developed in honor of Jane Harriman Hall, founder of the National Latin Exam, in order to continue her efforts to bring high quality Latin instruction to students throughout the U.S. For more information, click here.
As a "founding mother" and long-time writer of the NLE, Christine Sleeper was well-known for her adventurous spirit and her love of travel. In honor of Christine's love of classics and inspiring personal story, a recipient will be chosen annually and awarded up to $5,000 to cover expenses for an educational travel program of his or her choosing. Access the application.
For the past ten years the National Latin Exam has offered a $2000 Graduate School Scholarship which is specifically for “graduate study leading to the teaching of Latin and/or Greek at the elementary, intermediate, or highschool level.” It is with great pride that we rename this scholarship in honor of Sally Davis, one of the original members of the Writing Committee of the NLE. The National Latin Exam Sally R. Davis Graduate School Scholarship is a one-time $2000 scholarship awarded for post-graduate study that leads to the teaching of Latin and/or Greek at the elementary, intermediate, or high school level. Applicants must be college seniors or other professionals who are seeking a graduate degree.
A congratulatory letter has been sent to the principal and each student who earned a perfect score in Latin I-VI. Additional copies are provided to the Latin teacher and the student’s permanent record. In addition, a special hand-lettered certificate was sent to each of these students. The students who have three, four or five years of perfect paper are being sent the Carter Stubbs Drake Goad Memorial Book Award in addition to the special certificate.