Teaching The Values of An American Ideal
MCSD Middle School Students with CCV Chair Kate Boland
Students Learning About The Constitution
What We Do
The Center for Constitutional Values is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), formed to foster civic literacy through greater knowledge and understanding of the U.S. Constitution. Learn more
The Center was founded in 2013 by several individuals concerned that young people have the knowledge of the Constitution needed to assume their future responsibilities to lead our nation. Learn more
CCV In Action
Luncheon Speaker Attorney Mark Miller (rear, 2nd from left), former Superintendent Gaylord, Judges, CCV Board Members and others April 27. 2018
Constitutional Value CCV Scholarship Competition winner, Judge Darren Steele and CCV Chairman Kate Boland.
2018-19 Scholarship Competition Winners with Judges (l-r) Alan Forst, Mark Klingensmith, William Robey and Darren Steele.
The Martin County Center for Constitutional Values seeks to promote an understanding of the principles of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution by students and the community at large, through scholarships and a public speaker series.
Board of Directors
We value each and every member of our board and benefit from their expertise, leadership, compassion, and generosity. We thank them for making the lives of the people we serve matter. For their ability to see a better world. For being all that they are and doing all that they do.
Martin County High School
Jensen Beach High School
South Fork High School
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