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National History Day is a fantastic opportunity for students in middle and high school to learn about history while practicing their research and critical thinking skills. Students perform in-depth research on a historical topic, create a presentation in one of five formats (paper, exhibit, documentary, performance, or website), and receive feedback from judges that helps them learn and improve.
Keep checking back for information on the upcoming History Day 2019!
Congratulations to all participants in the 19th Annual Montgomery County History Day held on March 17, 2018 under the theme “Conflict and Compromise”! Contest winners can be found at the official NHD website for Montgomery County Public Schools. This page will also provide information for those advancing to the Maryland History Day Conference to be held on Saturday, April 28 at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
The following special awards are monetary prizes provided annually by Montgomery History and generous donors within the Montgomery County community:
African American Heritage (Sponsored by Heritage Montgomery)
Lydia Ye, Paris Ye, Angelica Frude, The FHA’s Effect on Black Housing: The Legalization of Segregation in American Neighborhoods, Eastern Middle School
Kianna Dorsey, The Conflict at Hand, The Compromise at Heart: Martin Luther King Jr vs. Malcolm X, The Bullis School
Charles T. Jacobs Prize in Local History (Sponsored by Boyd Historical Society)
Ciara Longsworth, Hannah Fairweather, Emily Crites, Tillman v. Wheaton Haven Recreation Association, Walter Johnson High School
Citizenship Participation (Sponsored by League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, Inc.)
Elsa Sellmeyer, Give Me Liberty, I’ve Got Death: How the Conflict over Chemicals at Love Canal led to the Superfund Compromise, Homeschool
Julia Corfmau, Angela Wang, Quotas & Quibbles: A Series of Restrictive Immigration Acts of 20th Century, Poolesville High School
Women’s History (Sponsored by Emily and Gary Correll)
Julia Romeyn Evans, Dorothea Dix: A Compromise for Mental Health, The Bullis School
Holly Anderson, Samantha Stewart, Calley Mullin, Anusha Chinthalapale, 1977 Women’s Conference, Poolesville High School