History Day 2022
March 19
CVCC Main Campus
 
Registration Deadline - Tues, March 8, 2022 
Project Submission Deadline - Mon, March 14 
Contest - Sat, March 19 
History Day is a history competition for students in grades four through twelve. It is conducted at district and state levels in conjunction with the National History Day program. The first round of competition is held in the eight Districts of Virginia. CVCC is the host institution for District One, which includes the following areas: Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Appomattox, Buckingham, Prince Edward, Cumberland, Powhatan, and Lynchburg.

Students in grades four and five (4-5) are assigned to the Elementary Division. They are limited to the exhibit category only, they can participate as either an individual or as a group, and they do not need to annotate their bibliographies. All the other rules and requirements for an exhibit entry apply, including word count, size, and the process paper.

Grades six through eight (6-8) are assigned to the Junior Division, students in grades nine through twelve (9-12) are assigned to the Senior Division. Students in the junior and senior divisions may compete in any one of nine categories (groups may include 2 to 5 students:

  • Individual Documentary
  • Group Documentary
  • Individual Exhibit
  • Group Exhibit
  • Individual Historical Paper
  • Individual Performance
  • Group Performance
  • Individual Website
  • Group Website

The two best entries in each category, and in each age division, at the District competition qualify for the State contest. The two best entries in each category, and in each age division, qualify for the state competition.
 

2021 local History Day winners include:

Junior Individual Performance, Second Place: “Better Off Dead? Baby Bollinger”by Kaylie Tabor, Bedford Middle