At Grace, we challenge students to thrive in an academically rigorous environment.
Connor, Nathalie, Peyton, and Josie competed at Clay History Day on March 1st and had wonderful success.
First, Connor’s project “Triumph and Tragedy of the Battle of Thermoplyae” won 1st place in the Websites Category! Therefore, he will move on to the state competition in Tallahassee in May.
Second, Nathalie’s project “D-Day: The Turning Point of WWII” earned 2nd place in the Exhibits Category. Her project also won the Creative Expression Award by the Art Guild of Orange Park.
Finally, Josie’s project “Emmeline Pankhurst: A Militant’s Fight for Suffrage” earned 3rd place in the Exhibits Category and also won the Women’s History Award.
We are all proud of these middle school students for their hard work and fantastic accomplishments!