Twenty six Northside students qualified for state history fair competition after success at the regional level. They represent five high schools and one middle school.
This year’s theme is “Triumph and Tragedy in History” and advancing projects include papers, documentaries, performances, websites, and exhibits.
Texas History Day state contest is Saturday, April 27 at the University of Texas at Austin and Bullock Texas State History Museum. The first and second place winners at the state contest will advance to the National History Day contest this summer.
Representing Brandeis HS
1st row, left to right, Megan Valco, Anna Robichaux, and Kristen Kohler - 1st place group exhibit
2nd row, left to right, Andrew Schofield, Bryan Mendlovitz, and Anthony Vo - 2nd place group documentary
Representing Communications Arts HS are Maya Wray, Kristen Biggs, Dylan Mabry, Sydney Hennon, Anh Adams, and Erika Howlett
State qualifiers from the Jay Science and Engineering Academy.
1st place – Ayumi Vasquez – Rudder MS
* Also won the STEM in History Award
1st place – Payton Hiles –Rudder MS
2nd place – Chloe Phan – Rudder MS
1st place – Merixtell Trevino and Baleigh Salone – Rudder MS
* Also won Best in Show
1st place – Lauren Garanzuay, Axa Soria, Erika Howlett, and Anh Adams – Communications Arts HS
2nd place – Bryan Mendolvitz, Anthony Vo, and Andrew Schofield – Brandeis HS
1st place – Laura Reilly-Sanchez – Health Careers HS
1st place – Kristen Kohler, Anna Robichaux, and Megan Valco – Brandeis HS
2nd place – Carina Trevino, Angelica Graciano – Jay Science and Engineering Academy
1st place – Migdalia Vazquez – Brandeis HS
1st place – Marcus Curry and Nathaniel Liendo – Jay Science and Engineering Academy
2nd place – Christina Kersey, Lauren Kersey – Harlan HS
2nd place – Lily Rice – Health Careers HS
1st place – Maya Wray – Communications Arts HS
2nd place – Kyle Westbrook –Jay Science and Engineering Academy