NHD in the News

Immaculata students participate in National History Day
BlueRidgeNow.com 06/30/2016
Thirteen students from Immaculata Catholic School recently competed in the North Carolina state level National History Day. [...]>>
Student brings history to life
Hanford Sentinel 06/29/2016
Recent Abraham Lincoln Middle School graduate Anna Armstrong is a time traveler of sorts. [...]>>
Wilton students present at National Museum of American History
Wilton Bulletin 06/29/2016
Wilton High School seniors Claire Graham, Hana Previte, Isabel Saltzman, and Lauren White were among the 68 Connecticut students who represented [...]>>
Local teens win National History Day Competition
The Cherokee Ledger News 06/28/2016
Two Woodstock girls attained gold medals, placing first at the 2016 National History Day competition at the University of Maryland. [...]>>
Calvert Students earn National History Day recognition
TheBayNet.com 06/27/2016
Nearly 3,000 students representing schools from throughout the United States, surrounding territories and countries around the world gathered [...]>>
Teen's history project wins acclaim
ArkansasOnline.com 06/27/2016
A Northwest Arkansas teen's documentary about nuclear weapons testing in the Marshall Islands earned her national recognition. [...]>>
Goose Creek students win top honors at National History Day
BaytownSun.com (AP) 06/26/2016
Keeping the tradition of excellence alive at the National History Day competition for the 26th consecutive year, Goose Creek CISD students claimed [...]>>
When documenting history leads to awards, and dollars
The Washington Post 06/23/2016
It pays to learn history. At least it has for dozens of high school and middle school students who scooped up National History Day awards - and cash [...]>>
When documenting history leads to awards, and dollars
The Washington Post 06/23/2016
The Washington Post wrote about the 2016 National Contest. [...]>>
This High School Senior’s Essay Just Won the National History Day Contest
Time Magazine 06/17/2016
For any middle and high school student, a top grade on a project for a history class is already impressive. [...]>>

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