Catholic school studens excel at regional history competition
An overwhelming majority of winning entries in the recent regional competition for National History Day are students in Catholic schools in the St. Louis Archdiocese.
In the middle school division, 17 of 23 winning entries, chosen from among 150 entries, were from Catholic schools.
"In other words, 74 percent of the (middle school) winning entries were our Catholic school students," said Julie Hesed, principal of St. Margaret of Scotland School in South St. Louis, one of the schools with student winners in the history competition.
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