Classical Magnet and Renzulli Academy Students Advance to State National History Day Competition

Classical Magnet and Renzulli Academy Students Advance to State National History Day Competition

We are so proud of our regional winners of the National History Day Competition. held on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The following students will go on to the state competition:

From Classical Magnet School:

Jetta McPhee (2nd place Individual Exhibit): “History is Written by the Defeated”

Jared Griffin and Parker Reeves (1st Place Group Performance): “The Moral of Our Quarrel: MLK vs. Malcolm X”

Stephen Babalola and Ian Oller (3rd Place Group Website): “King Philip’s War”

Nevan Carling (1st Place Paper Division): “Connecticut: The Compromise State”

Nathaniel Smith (2nd Place Individual Documentary): “The Thirty Years War: The Final Great Religious Conflict of the Western World”

Noah Ambrose and Josh Ambrose (3rd Place Junior Division Group Performance):”The Price Isn’t Right: The Newsies Strike”

From Renzulli Gifted & Talented Academy:

Naiyah McGlamery, (1st place Individual Exhibit), Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: The Compromise that Led to Conflict

Cesar Canedo & Alano Oquendo, (1st place Group Exhibit), Conflict and Compromise: Cesar Chavez Boycotts for Workers’ Rights

Elhame Adam, Mikhaila Braye-Entsiwah, and Denise Morales-Gonzalez, (3rd Place Group Documentary), Conflict and Compromise of the Salem Witch Trials

Edward Braye-Entsiwah, (3rd Place Individual Documentary) Harriet Tubman: Addressing the Conflict of Slavery

The results from the contest are available here at the Connecticut History Day website, www.historydayct.org.

Congratulations to our young scholars on all their hard work and good luck in the next round.

You can read more about the competition, here.