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Two projects win special awards
Bullis has had another successful year competing in the annual Maryland National History Day (NHD) competition. After spending two months working on individual and team projects in the Documentary, Exhibit Board, and Website categories of the competition, Bullis sent over 20 students to the Montgomery County competition. At the county competition students that placed first or second in their category advanced to the state competition on May 11th.
Four students advanced to the state competition and two other projects won special awards.
State Competition Advancement
- Senior Individual Exhibit: Charlotte Helmig, Triumph and Tragedy Through the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Senior Individual Exhibit: Marianna Anagnostou, Loving v. Virginia
- Senior Individual Documentary: Caleb Robinson, Strange Fruit
- Senior Individual Performance: Ashleigh Taylor, H.H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer
- African American Heritage:
- Caleb Robinson, Individual Documentary: Strange Fruit
- Dylan Moore and Joelle Moore, Group Documentary: The Underground Railroad: A Slave's Path to Freedom through Sandy Spring and Beyond
- Citizenship Participation: Austin Brown, Individual Website: Freedom Summer Murders