When viewing sample projects, please remember, they are just samples. There is no magic formula for a perfect History Day project.
Maddie Pavek, from Century High School in Rochester, placed third at the 2013 National History Day competition for her Senior Individual Documentary: Out of the Closets and Into the Streets: Frank Kammeny and the Mattachine Society of Washington D.C.
Sam Dale-Gau, Bjorn Holm, and Eli Sage-Martinson, from Open World Learning Community in St. Paul, placed fifth at the 2014 National History Day competition for their Junior Group Documentary: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade and the Spanish Civil War.
Mary Jo Dalsin, from St. Wenceslaus School in New Prague, placed third at the 2014 National History Day competition for her Junior Individual Documentary: Japanese Internment: Rights, Responsibility, and Reparation.
"John Paul II's Apostolic Journey to Poland," by Kateri Schmidt, Maggie Schmidt, and Carly Zimmerman, from St. Clare Academy in Mendota Heights, placed first at the 2013 National History Day competition for their Senior Group Performance.
Jeremy Stephan, from Holy Rosary School in Duluth, placed sixth at the 2011 National History Day competition for his Junior Individual Performance on Oliver North.
Allison Ackerknecht, Kari Breuer, and Margaret Philippi, from Sunrise Park Middle School in White Bear Lake, placed fourth at the 2014 National History Day competition for their Junior Group Exhibit, "The Americans with Disabilities Act."
Camille Balhorn, from Robbinsdale Middle School, placed second at the 2011 National History Day competition for her Junior Individual Exhibit, "The Boundary Waters Treaty: Sustained Diplomacy." Click on the photos in the slideshow below to view her project.