Alabama History Day 2022
Date: Friday, April 8, 2022
Location: Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) campus
Registration opens on January 13th, 2022
Registration and project submission deadline: Monday, March 21
Theme: Debate and Diplomacy in History
Rule Book: Contest-Rule-Book.pdf
Exploring the past can transform young minds for a lifetime!
Alabama History Day is an interdisciplinary academic program focused on historical research, interpretation and creative expression. Participating 6th- to 12th-grade students become writers, filmmakers, web designers, playwrights and artists and create unique contemporary expressions of history. A series of contests at the local level leads to our state competition. Winning competitors are eligible to progress to the National History Day competition!
Please visit www.alabamahumanities.org for more information.
After teachers register or create an account for the state contest, students are able register as well.
Registration: January 13, 2022 with a Virtual Registration Kick Off event at 3:30pm! RSVP to Rachel Hartsell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Competition registration will close on Monday, March 21.
Competition will take place on Friday, April 8.
Awards will be announced that day.
Please check out our Educator Page! Our job is to facilitate the rewarding experience of participating in the Alabama History Day Program!
What are you waiting for? If you are need assistance getting started, please contact Rachel Hartsell at Alabama Humanities Alliance (205.558.3996 / email@example.com).
All comments, questions, and suggestions are welcome as we work to identify best practices for supporting educators and students participating in Alabama History Day.
Seeking History Lovers!
Students in grades 6 - 12 from all over the great state of Alabama will have their projects judged
April 8, 2022
during the next
Alabama History Day Competition!
We are looking for Alabamians interested in celebrating students' year-long projects. After months of research and creativity, winning students from local levels meet at our state-wide event. You can help by evaluating their entries, interviewing contestants, and selecting winners to represent Alabama in the national competition.
While most judges work in the humanities (e.g., educators, librarians, museum professionals and artists) all volunteers interested in witnessing the impressive documentaries, exhibits, performances, research papers, and websites created by Alabama youth are encouraged to judge!
For further information, please contact Rachel Hartsell at Alabama Humanities Alliance (205.558.3996 / firstname.lastname@example.org).