Engaging project-based, student-centered learning.

Ohio History Day, an affiliate and prerequisite to the award winning National History Day program, asks students to be creative, collaborative, and think critically about history. By engaging students in research, this event provides an opportunity for students to practice cross-curricular learning and practical application, while developing public speaking skills. Students choose to write an essay, create a documentary, build and display an exhibit, write and perform a song or play, or create a website to be shared with an authentic audience of local historians and community partners.

Cincinnati Museum Center and the University of Cincinnati are proud to co-host Ohio History Day's Region 8 competition for Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland and Warren counties. It’s not just a day, it’s an experience!

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Thanks to a generous donation made by the William K. Laidlaw Jr. Memorial Endowment Fund, we are delighted to offer scholarships to cover the regional competition registration cost ($10.00) for a number of students.

To be considered for this scholarship, please complete the application form located HERE. The deadline for submission is February 15th. Please note, any late submissions will not be accepted.

Thank you to the 2020 Ohio History Day sponsors