Who Can Receive the President's Award for Educational Excellence?

Are you looking for a way to recognize and honor your high-achieving students? The President's Education Awards Program, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Education, in partnership with the National Association of Elementary School Directors and the NASSP, is the perfect way to do just that. The program was developed to recognize and reward students who have achieved high academic goals through their hard work and dedication to learning. To be eligible for the President's Award for Educational Excellence, students must be enrolled in elementary, high school, or high school and meet a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.5.With this award, you can give your students an unforgettable memory of their success.

To place an order, visit the President's Education Awards store. The selection criteria for the President's Award for Educational Excellence are determined by the director of the school. The award is certified with a gold label certificate and is given to students who have achieved academic excellence and are graduating from elementary school (finishing 6th grade, moving up to 7th grade); high school (finishing eighth grade, moving up 9th grade); and high school (graduating from twelfth grade).The President's Education Awards Program also offers a silver seal certificate for the President's Award for Educational Achievement. This award recognizes a student's academic success in the classroom. For more information or questions about the President's Award for Educational Excellence, contact Compass.

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