Congratulations to the North Caroline High School students who traveled to the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus to compete at the Maryland State Competition for National History Day. Four students earned one of the special prizes at the competition:
Shelby MacFarland and Ally Smith won the "Award for Excellence in Civic Action and Engagement" for their exhibit titled Glowing Girls: How Dial Painters Illuminated the Path towards a Brighter Future.
Xavier Champagne won the "Award for Excellence in Legal and Constitutional History" for their performance titled Leo Frank: The Ultimate Sacrifice on the Jewish-American Frontier.
Leslie Monter Casio won the "Award for Excellence in Maryland History" for their paper titled To Be Immortal: How HeLa Cells Forever Changed the Field of Biomedical Research.
Additionally, Kayla Wetzel's Website A Scientific Frontier at 632 MPH: Col. John P. Stapp– The Fastest Man Alive"and Leland Courie's Documentary When Fútbol became Soccer: The Legacy of Pelé and the New York Cosmos were also very well received by the judges.
All of our NCHS participants represented North Caroline High School and Caroline County extremely well. Way to go Bulldogs!