Congratulations to the Shorecrest students who participated in this year's Florida State History Day competition. The goal of students participating in NHD is to learn critical thinking and problem-solving skills, research and reading skills, self esteem and confidence.
Those who placed 1st and 2nd in the Pinellas History Day recently competed at the State level. The following Shorecrest Upper School students placed second in their Florida State National History Day categories and have advanced to the virtual National contest in June!
Sofiya Idiyatullina ‘23: Individual Exhibit "Communication Through The Trans-Siberian Railroad: Communication's Impact on Immigration, Industrialization and Technology”
Matthew White ‘23 and Dylan Winer ‘23: Group Website “Cracking the Enigma: Crucial Communication in WWII."
Timothy Zeliff ‘24 and Zachary Zeliff ‘24: Group Documentary "The Navajo Code Talkers: How an Indigenous Language Formed the Basis for a Unique and Unbreakable Code."
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