Civic Honor Roll


The Civics & Law Honor Roll rec­og­nizes sec­ondary school stu­dents (grades 9-12) who demon­strate a com­mit­ment to civic learn­ing and en­gage­ment.  Originally cre­ated by the ABA Com­mis­sion on Civic Ed­u­ca­tion in the Na­tion’s Schools, its pur­pose is to cre­ate en­thu­si­asm for and re­ward aca­d­e­mic and com­mu­nity vol­un­teer achieve­ments in civic ed­u­ca­tion and en­gage­ment


Nominate a Student


To be eligible for recognition, students should do one or more of the following:

  • Participate in a volunteer civic or community activity - including OCLRE program(s) - that promote the rights, duties and obligations of good citizenship.
  • Attend and participate in a city or town council or school board meeting, or serve as a volunteer at a legislative session.
  • Attend a municipal, county, or state court trial or proceeding.
  • Volunteer in a candidate’s election campaign for public office.

Selection of participating students is at the discretion of OCLRE.

The Ohio Center for Law-Related Education will recognize honored students on its website and in print, including but not limited to newsletters and in submissions to outside media outlets.

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