Our Texas History Day Winners

Texas History Day is the state level history fair competition. Sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association, it is held at the University of Texas, Austin and The Bullock Texas State History Museum in late April or early May. There are 24 regions in the state of Texas who compete to win first and second place in their chosen category.  This achievement earns them the outstanding honor to advance to the national level history fair competition, National History Day.

Please see below for our 2018 winners at Texas History Day. All first and second place winners are advancing to National History Day.

2018 Texas History Day HOTRHF Winners

Special Awards

Visual and Performing Arts Award Sponsored by Showtime International
21022: 3/5ths to Thirteenth: The American Compromises of Black Personhood-Gloria Conaster
          Waco High School

Oral History Award Sponsored by the Texas Oral History Association
11005: The Integration of Waco: A Story Behind the Secret-Lily Coffman
          
Atlas Academy

Junior Division

Group Performance
Distinuished Achievement
14021: Corrie Ten Boom-Anna Caroline Green, Taylor Felton, Sarah Stephens
          
Atlas Academy

2nd Place
14013: It Was All For a Penny: The Newsboys Strike of 1899-Michael Clark-Martinez, James Benjamin Burnias, Lucas Everett
          Atlas Academy

Individual Documentary
3rd Place
11005: The Integration of Waco: A Story Behind the Secret-Lily Coffman
          
Atlas Academy

Individual Performance
2nd Place
13011: The Wolves of Yellowstone-Sarah Schlappe
          Atlas Academy

Individual Website
2nd Place
17031: Extra! Extra! Conflict Over Prices Ends With Compromise. Newsboys Win The Day!-Henry Wood
          Atlas Academy

Senior Division

Individual Documentary
1st Place
21022: 3/5ths to Thirteenth: The American Compromises of Black Personhood-Gloria Conaster
          Waco High School

Group Exhibit
Distinguished Acheivement
26025: Molding America's Youth: The Fight for Free Choice in Education-Logan Riggins, Maia Borchardt, Bella Rose Mortel, Sarah Batson, Delanie McClanahan
          
Belton New Tech High School @ Waskow

Individual Performance
1st Place
2301: The Accidental Activist: How Nadine Gordimer Helped Author a Compromise to End Apartheid-Harper Hoover
          Waco High School