We support literacy in NV by donating books to various organizations. We believe that literacy
leads to an educated society.
our Literacy Chairman for more information.
The NSDAR supports two
American Indian Schools. We also offer scholarships for
Chemawa Indian School
The NSDAR offers scholarships for individuals
who can prove their Native
American Heritage. Please click the link above to find
specific information about
scholarships offered by the
We Support Our DAR Schools
The NSDAR currently sponsors several schools in our country through money contributions and the collection of necessary materials. Each chapter collects Box Tops for Education and Campbell's Soup Labels. If you would like to help support these schools, please collect the labels and box tops and contact our DAR School's Committee Chairman.
DAR Schools - The following schools are schools supported by the NSDAR.
The following schools are NSDAR sponsored:
Kate Duncan Smith (KDS) DAR School - founded on Gunter Mountain by the Alabama DAR in 1924, is a day school, kindergarten through 12th grade, serving an area of 100 square miles. Enrollment averages 1,300 students yearly. Special emphasis is placed on responsible citizenship, academic achievement, and horticultural and computer skills. Preparation for college and vocational training are important parts of the curriculum.
Tamassee DAR School, Inc - founded by South Carolina DAR in 1919, gives deserving boys and girls a home, a school, and a chance in life. A faith in God and the principles of citizenship and patriotism remain the foundation of the school. Grades kindergarten through 5th are on campus.Studies are continued at Tamassee-Salem High School for grades 6-12. There are approximately 45 boarding students and 450 day students. A pre-school center for children fills a community need. Both schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Hillside School, Inc.
Hindman Settlement School, Inc.
Berry College, Inc.
Crossnore School, Inc.