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Congratulations to the 13 Hingham High School juniors who were recognized at the Stoneham Regional History Day contest on Sunday.  HHS also had nine students earn gold, silver, or bronze medals in their categories, earning them a trip to the state-level Massachusetts History Day contest in April.


Silver: Nora Andrews: “Fight, Flight and Frontiers; The Struggle for Equitable Education in the Boston Public Schools”

Silver: Megan Doyle: “Remember the Lady”

Honorable Mention: Grace LaFond: “Crossing the Frontier of Science and Gender: An Analysis of Virginia Apgar as a Medical and Social Pioneer”

Individual Documentary

Gold: Caitlin Alexander “‘Live at the Apollo:’ The Stage for the African American Voices in America”

Bronze: Jack Burns: “The Chinese Struggle in the American Frontier”

Honorable Mention: Beatrix Boer: “Margaret Sanger: The Reproductive Rebel”

Group Documentary

Gold: Ellie Clark & Nina Crean: “Black Wall Street”          

Honorable Mention: Marissa Matthews & Angelina Palek: “Henrietta Lacks: Frontiers in Medicine and Bioethics”

Individual Exhibit

Bronze: Stella Huleatt: “Black Wall Street: The Vitality, Tragedy, and Ongoing Impact of Tulsa”

Group Performance

Silver: Hunter Schultz & Torbjørn Tennebø: “Jack Kirby vs. Fascism”