Sikh History Day is a program that seeks to ignite a spark among students that will push them to research and educate themselves on Sikh topics. We have an extremely rich history that is begging for young scholars to dive head-first into it. We present to you, a series of competitions in the state of California that aim to awaken the scholarly spirit of our future generation. This competition is open to High School students only and it will have a monetary reward.
The first series of competitions will be regional or local events in which students will compete among their local communities. The regions covered will be: Bakersfield, Fresno, Livingston, Bay Area, and Sacramento. Each Regional competition will have a first place, second place, and third place winner. You will only be allowed to advance to the State Finals if you place at your regional competition.
At the State Finals, hosted at Stanford University, you will compete for a grand prize.
1st Place: $700
2nd Place: $200
3rd Place: $100
To register for this competition there are a few requirements you must have completed:
1. You MUST be attending a high school as a student of that high school.
2. You MUST be a member of an SHSS at your high school; all dues must be paid!
3. You MUST be present at the competition that your region hosts.
4. Your topic MUST be pre-approved by the Sikh History Day committee before you begin working on your project.
If you have any questions please contact the regional community organizer closest to you!
To register for this competition please click HERE