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Since its founding in 1890, the Daughters of the American Revolution has promoted historic preservation, education and patriotism in communities across the nation. From essay contests to educational materials to youth programs, scholarships, and awards, DAR has something to offer to every community. All students are invited to participate and learn more about the educational programs the DAR offers.

Downloadable informational handouts are provided below and can be used for DAR chapters to take to their local schools and for educators to learn more about the programs. Local chapters can provide more detailed information about the programs in their specific communities.

Historic Preservation


  • Constitution Week
    The weeklong annual celebration of the U.S. Constitution was established by the DAR in 1955. Downloadable PDF
  • Junior American Citizens
    All students are invited to get involved in this program that promotes good citizenship and appreciation of American history. Downloadable PDF
  • Scholarships
    Open to all students, the DAR offers numerous scholarships for a large variety of different programs and areas of study. Downloadable PDF
  • Resources for Teachers
    DAR provides original lesson plans for the K-12 community that are rich in content that focus on America, its history, government, heritage, genealogy, as well as related language and/or math topics.


To print out a PDF document listing all of these programs, please click here.

DAR Chapter Locator

Local chapter contacts are the best resource for more information on the educational programs available in the local community.

To contact a DAR chapter in your area: Chapter Locator