HS National History Day
Instructor: Caroline Hernasy and Eliza Hardin
Fall semester with competition in February and April. This is an amazing opportunity for your students to compete against fellow high schoolers from all over the state of North Carolina. They can choose from an individual or group option, as well as performance, documentary, website, exhibit, or paper. This competition fits all kinds of students and learning styles. The next school year's theme for the competition is Debate and Diplomacy in History. Students will use the class time in the fall to prepare for the competition to be held in February, so they will still be able to participate in Shakespeare in spring as well if they want. If you have questions please contact Eliza at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, consider viewing the sample videos on our Student Showcase page and check out the national website at nhd.org.
Software and Computers Provided.
National History Day handbook. A printed version is required. Available on NHD website. You can print it yourself but please have it spiral bound at any office supply store or print shop.
Eliza holds dual degrees in English from King University and in Elementary Education from Western Carolina University. She is also a certified teacher in the State of North Carolina. She taught for three years in the public school system and has been homeschooling for eight years now. She has 3 boys, Ezra, 18, Cyrus, 15, and Jonah, 13. Prior to Classical Scholars, Eliza ran Classical Foundations for three years, where she offered classes two days a week to homeschoolers in grades 3-5. She is also a native of Hendersonville, and when she isn't teaching she enjoys reading, knitting, and spending time with her family.