event photos

Students from Lockerman Middle School and North Caroline High School recently participated in the Upper Shore Regional History Day, held at Chesapeake College.


National History Day is a fun and challenging event that encourages students to become historians by developing research, analysis, presentation, and social skills. Working individually or in groups, Junior Division and Senior Division, students select a topic related to an annual theme. The 2024 NHD theme was Turning Points in History. Students conduct extensive historical research using primary and secondary sources, and then distill their research and analysis into one of five presentations: a dramatic performance, a multimedia documentary, a museum exhibit, website, or historical research paper.


Upper Shore Regional History Day serves the Maryland Eastern Shore counties of Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot.


Lockerman Students, led by Ms. Echternach

  • Annabelle Robuck - 1st place Documentary

  • Cole Smith - 1st place and Best in the Region Individual Website

  • Lily Elben - 2nd place Individual Website

  • Sonny Tu - 3rd place Individual Website

  • Esdras Santizo Morales & Ezequiel Bamaca Morales - 1st place and Best in Region, Group Website

  • Skylar Runyon and Victoria Willoughby - 2nd place, Group Website

  • Ava Knott - 1st place, Individual Exhibit

  • Ayanna Wake - 2nd place, Individual Exhibit

  • Sloan Willey - 3rd place, Individual Exhibit

  • Ariana Alvarez Larios and Lucy Howard - 1st place and Best in the Region Group Exhibit


North Caroline Students, led by Mr. Buffenmyer

  • Leslie Monter - First place and best in region Senior Paper.

  • Emma Hansley and Sanaa Smith - 1st place and best in region Senior Group Exhibit

  • Della Sefton - 2nd place Senior Individual Exhibit, who also won a special award titled "Untold Stories"

  • Kayla Wetzel - 1st place and best in region Senior Individual Exhibit