Taking a Stand!
We are very proud of all the students who represented Carrollwood Day School and Hillsborough County in Tallahassee on Monday at the state competition for National History Day! These nine high school students and five middle school students had placed 1st at the county fair in February.
Individual Exhibit - Sarah Shoellhorn ('19)
We Will Not Be Silent: Sophie Scholl Takes a Stand Against Hitler One Leaflet at a Time
Group Website - Jake Flansburg ('18) & McKenna Barkett ('18)
The Stand Against Osceola: Marginalized No More
Placed in the runoffs at state
Group Performance - Joshua Jackson ('20), Luke Jackson ('18), Sydney Pelaez ('18), Rachel Stevenson ('18), & Noah Torres ('18)
Taking a Stand Against Democracy, The Cuban Victory at the Bay of Pigs Following the Cuban Missile Crisis
Placed in the runoffs at state- one of the top 6 of 18
Individual Performance - Aksheta Kanuganti ('20)
Perry Harvey Sr., The Influential Stand For Rights
Group Performance - Abby Alexander ('22), Hannah McCartney ('22), Sarah McCartney ('22), Aidan Ragan ('22), & Suhani Shah ('22)
Eleanor Chamberlain: Standing Up for Women's Suffrage
Placed in the runoffs at state- one of the top 10 of 45
All seventh grade students completed projects for an assignment in Mrs. Jennifer Dosher’s IB MYP Year 2 Humanities class. The eighth grade and high school students that competed at the Hillsborough County History Fair developed their projects independently through a club sponsored by MYP Coordinator and high school history teacher, Ms. Sabrina McCartney.