Thanks to all the students to put so much effort into projects for National Capital History Day. Unfortunately, only one project can be determined the winner in each category, and our judges had some difficult decisions to make (many deliberated and debated for some time — in one category the deliberations continued past the student dismissal time!).
It will take a few more days to determine the winner of the top-school award, but we’ll post the results on this site next week.
After all was said and done, these are the students whose projects received first-place rankings from the National Capital History Day judges. Congratulations, everyone!
Junior-Website-English: Cameron Davis & Ali Maolud (St. Paul HS)
Senior-Website-English: Rowan Chant (Glebe)
Senior-Website-French: Janaki Parerkh (Cairine Wilson)
Junior-Drama-English: Angela Johnson (St. Francis Xavier)
Senior-Drama English: Emily Wright & Hannah Dolhai (Elmwood)
Senior-Drama-French: Charlotte Scott- Frater (Canterbury)
Junior-Documentary-English: Matthew James Carlson, Marcus MacDonald, Gabe Casey, Nicola Barakat (Nepean)
Senior-Documentary-English: Shannon Smith (St. Paul HS)
Junior-Documentary-French: Geordan Coutts (Cairine Wilson)
Senior-Documentary-French- Leith Ross (Canterbury)
Junior-Exhibit-English- Shin Choi & Julia Ha (Philemon Wright)
Senior-Exhibit-English- Scott Braddon ( Sir Robert Borden)
Junior-Exhibit-French- Lucy Ross-Blevis (Glebe)
Senior-Exhibit-French- Brianna Glenn (Canterbury)
Junior-Essay-English- Theo Baker Kretzman (Nepean)
Senior-Essay-English- Esther Vininsky-Oakes (Glebe)
Junior-Essay- French- Elisa Gasparro (Cairine Wilson)
Senior-Essay-French- Natasha Laycock (Canterbury)