Congratulations to our 2012 National Winners
72 Colorado kids competed against 3,000 middle and high school students from around the nation at the National History Day contest at the University of Maryland near Washington, D.C. The 72 kids came from around the state: Denver, Boulder, Gunnison, Monument, Alamosa, Pueblo, Olathe and Yoder. The Colorado delegation did well at the national contest:
Congratulations to our 2011 National Winners
2nd Place, Senior Individual Performance:
Boulder, CO, Fairview High School
Teacher(s): Leigh Campbell-Hale
Entry - "Prohibition: Moral Debate, Unexpected Consequences"
3rd Place- Senior Individual Documentary
Denver, CO, Denver School Of The Arts
Teacher(s): Ed Glassman
Entry - "The Nazi Olympics: Diplomacy, Subterfuge, and Debate"
Congratulations to the two Outstanding Entries from Colorado:
Senior Division: (Senior Group Performance)
Andie Lerner, Everett Graham, Tenlie Mourning, Madeline Rita, and Oliver Oglesby
Denver, CO, Denver School of the Arts
Teachers: Barbara Allen and Leni Arnett
Entry: "The Cuban Missile Crisis: 13 Days in the Shadow of Nuclear Warfare"
Junior Division: (Junior Individual Web Site)
Denver, CO, Hamilton Middle Schools
Teacher: Melissa Cole
Entry: "Unlikely Diplomats: How college basketball players advanced the Civil Rights Movement, integrated sports and opened doors to a college education for all African Americans"
Congratulations to the following Special Awards winners:
Irish or Irish American History
Junior Group Performance
Kayla Cata and Lizzy Manguso
Pueblo, CO, Connect Charter School
Teachers: Tammy Wiley and Judy Mikulas
Entry: "The Molly McGuire: The Rigged Debate"
To see the entire list of winners by state please click here.