The Constitution Plaza Dedication Ceremony
In December 2016, The U S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation was established as a 501(c)3 educational organization
in Nassau County to bring knowledge and an understanding of the U.S. Constitution and our American Heritage to our community and especially our high school students. Through our University of US program, we have had nearly 200 students graduate from classes on the U.S. Constitution. We have awarded over $200,000 in scholarships to Nassau County junior and senior high school students.
In December 2018, Nassau County set aside 700 square feet of the Robert M. Foster Justice Center for an area designated “The Constitution Plaza” to enshrine with brick pavers the names of student graduates and scholarship winners. Additionally, donations for pavers in The Constitution Plaza by private citizens or corporations are enshrined and used to help provide scholarships for the students. These funds are used exclusively for scholarships.
The Constitution Plaza
is a great local symbol for patriotism and love for our country.
The Constitution Plaza is a place to honor and remember those who have made our community and our country great:
Students U.S. Military First Responders
Teachers Veterans Firemen
Police Officers Judges Doctors/Nurses
Those We Love
On September 17th, 2021 we held the Dedication, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and recognized fallen Nassau County Officers to officially launch Nassau County’s Constitution Plaza.
The U. S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation
Al Watson Bill Amos Howard Pines Jim Flynn Rod Odom Tripp Amos
The U.S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Florida and is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt, public charity identified as a 501(c)(3) organization.