Congratulations to the Shorecrest students who participated in this year's Pinellas History Day competition. This year’s theme was Communication in History.
Pinellas History Day is a local part of a national organization called National History Day that makes history come alive for Pinellas County middle and high school students by engaging them in discovery of the historic, cultural, and social experiences of the past. The goal of students participating in NHD is to learn critical thinking and problem-solving skills, research and reading skills, self esteem and confidence.
1st and 2nd place winners from Pinellas History Day go on to compete at the state and national level. The following Chargers will continue on to compete in the virtual state competition in May:
Timothy Zeliff ‘24 and Zachary Zeliff ‘24: Group Documentary, 2nd Place, "The Navajo Code Talkers: How an Indigenous Language Formed the Basis for a Unique and Unbreakable Code."
Matthew White ‘23 and Dylan Winer ‘23: Group Website, 1st Place, “Cracking the Enigma: Crucial Communication in WWII."
Heidi Hicks ‘21, Grace Salter ‘22 and Athena Smith ‘22: Group Exhibit, 1st Place, “Gentileschi: Communicating Feminism in An Era of Silence."
Sofiya Idiyatullina ‘23: Individual Exhibit, 2nd Place, "Communication Through The Trans-Siberian Railroad: Communication's Impact on Immigration, Industrialization and Technology”
Brecken P.. ‘26: Junior Individual Performance, 1st Place, “Love, Revolution, and a Pen: The Life and Legacy of Jane Austen, as Told by Her.”
Sally K. ‘26: Junior Individual Performance, 2nd Place, “ASL: The Bridge Between the Hearing and Deaf Community.”
Luna G. ‘26 & Ava S. ‘26: Junior Group Performance, 3rd Place, “Communication with Martha's Vineyard Sign Language.”
Kate C. ‘26 & Montana C. ‘26: Junior Group Exhibit, 2nd Place, “A Photo is Worth 1,000 Words.”
Thank you for your hard work, Chargers!