Juniors Advance to State History Competition

Students in Phil Miller's A.P. History class participated in National History Day. National History Day competition requires each student to participate in a rigorous year-long research project and develop a historical topic of their own interest. Students then enter their project into the National History Day local competition. Projects are judged and students are interviewed about their research process.

"This assignment was so different than anything I've ever done in school. National History Day required me to do in-depth research and design a website to present our project. I enjoyed being able to combine my interest in history and design into one project," said Francesca Arrigoni, '20.

Carondelet students Ella Scarlett and Jasmine Smalling (left) and Francesca Arrigoni and Carly Oshel (right) all advanced to the state competition to be held in May.

Mr. Miller's A.P. History class also includes De La Salle students who advanced to the state competition.

The academic partnership Carondelet and De La Salle share reveals the co-educational element of our two schools and the capacity to create successful academic environments that blend the best of single-sex and co-educational experiences.