National History Day is a year-long academic program that encourages students to explore local, state, national, and world history through project-based learning and research. Students conduct extensive research on a topic of their choosing. They present the analysis and conclusions about their topic in a project.
National History Day competitions are opportunities for these students to present their work to judges and get feedback. At each level of the competition – school, county, state, nation – students are given an opportunity to improve their projects and do more research.
This Year’s Event
National History Day–Sonoma County 2016
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Sonoma Academy, 2500 Farmers Lane, Santa Rosa
National History Day–Sonoma County is open to all students, grades 4-12, in Sonoma County. Sonoma County students advance from the county competition to compete at the state finals. The co-champions at the state finals represent California at the national contest in June at the University of Maryland. National History Day–Sonoma County is coordinated by the History Education Project.
- Event Director/ Spokesperson: Whitney Olson
(707) 849-3503, firstname.lastname@example.org