✓ Must be a student enrolled at high school or equivalent academic standing ✓ Must pass J&B’s application & interview ✓ Must be a logical, profound and effective communicator in the written and spoken English language ✓ Having prior academic research experience is recommended
Since 1987, the Concord Review has invited secondary students to submit their research papers on a chosen topic in history. It has drawn a huge number of passionate, bright participants from 46 states and 41 countries around the world. The authors of winning research papers have been accepted into prestigious colleges such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Brown, Oxford, U Chicago, Virginia and others. For your information, the Concord Review is the only quarterly journal in the world to publish history research papers of secondary students around the world.
The Concord Review asks you to conduct rigorous research on any historical topic of your choice and submit a 4,000-6,000-word research paper to be reviewed by esteemed judges. If yours is selected, you get to publish your written work in the Concord Review, the only quarterly history journal in the world for secondary students. What a great honor to have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to publish your own research work while still in high school! Check out here to find out about the Concord Review in great detail.
With a team of top-tier essay consultants and the most uniquely designed 1:1 consulting program from J&B Essay Consulting (‘J&B’), you can competently prepare yourself for the Concord Review in the most effective and result-driven manner. You not only get to hone your research and analytical skills on a chosen historical topic but also deepen your academic knowledge on the subject as a result of profound, Socratic-based discussions with your expertly consultant!
Some of the popular secondary schools where our clients for Blue Program have attended over the course of the last few years:
Phillips Exeter Academy
Choate Rosemary Hall
Georgetown Prep School
St. Paul’s School
The Lawrenceville School
Korea International School (KIS)
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST)