Inaugural Event 2019
The U.S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation (USCSF) hosted all four Nassau County high schools and a home educated team in the inaugural Constitution Bowl competition at Yulee High School.
The competition, modeled on the old College Bowl format, show-cased the knowledge and talent of our Nassau County students while amazing, maybe educating and entertaining the audience.
Bradley Bean served as Master of Ceremonies; presiding competition judges were Sharon Foster, Esq. and the Honorable Adrian Soud. Sharyl Wood, USCSF Director of the University of US program, served as timekeeper and scorekeeper.
Similar to the old “College Bowl” format, this event provides an opportunity for teams from all County high schools and home school students to compete for thousands of dollars in scholarship awards by answering questions about the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and key Supreme Court decisions.