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Students from Carolina Springs Middle will represent their school’s History Department for the first time at South Carolina’s National History Day Competition.

Students researched a wide range of topics from throughout history and completed interactive projects about their chosen topic. CSMS judged the completed projects, and 28 students advanced to the regional National History Day Competition on March 5 at the Richland County Main Library.

Of those 28 competitors, four students qualified to compete at the state level. Three additional students qualified as alternates.

State qualifiers include Aliza G. Allison for research paper, John P. Bernhard for documentary, Aniston N. Moss for website and Riley E. Yates for website. Alternates — Zion Dail for documentary and Kawaun J. McLloyd and Juanye D. McCall for group exhibit — also scored well at regionals.

The state National History Day Competition takes place on April 21.

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