NHD in the News

Senior represents state at D.C.’s Smithsonian
Shoreline Media Group 07/25/2016
In a fitting conclusion to an illustrious career on the Whitehall National History Day Team, Mackenzie Brandel capped seven years of competing [...]>>
Making A Difference: Local Teen With Cerebral Palsy Wins National Award
Lex18.com 07/22/2016
A Lexington teen is headed off to his first year of college, and he’s doing it with a brand new award on his resume. [...]>>
Student, teacher deliver eulogy in France for forgotten WWII vet
Stars and Stripes 07/20/2016
With thousands of white stone crosses behind him, and one directly in front of him, Caleb Lines stood inside the Normandy American Cemetery [...]>>
Teaching the Hough Riots
Ideastream 07/15/2016
As we’ve heard during our series “Hough: Before and Beyond ‘66”, the Hough Riots impacted Cleveland far beyond that week of unrest 50 years ago. [...]>>
YHS Students Earn Best Of State Award At National History Day
Yankton Press & Dakotan 07/15/2016
A tradition of excellence and success at the Yankton High School continued this spring when three teams of students earned the right to participate [...]>>
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Duo takes 8th at National History Day
LibertyTribune.com 07/14/2016
Two Discovery Middle School students brought home a top-10 finish from the National History Day Contest in June. [...]>>
Buchanan High School students place 2nd in National History Day competition
The Fresno Bee 07/13/2016
A team of Buchanan High School students recently placed second at the annual National History Day contest in College Park, Maryland. [...]>>
Revere young study the old
Itemlive.com 07/12/2016
Erika Cheever was surprised by everything she learned about Annie Oakley. The eighth-grader researched the famous American sharpshooter [...]>>
Oklahoma students do well in National History Day competition
NewsOK 07/12/2016
In May, Oklahoma students from across the state competed in the Oklahoma National History Day contest. [...]>>
The gift of 'Hamilton': Shaker High students make their history teacher's Broadway dream come alive
Cleveland.com 07/09/2016
The line was four people deep and nearly a city block long. Tim Mitchell and his wife, Susan Isler, watched with increasing anxiety as the stage door [...]>>