Students who join History Club will be involved in a national program known as National History Day (NHD). Every school year more than 700,000 students around the world conduct historical research on a topic of their choice through NHD. By entering Hudson Middle School’s History Club, students will become a part of National History Day.
Students will choose history topics of interest, research their subjects, and then become writers, filmmakers, web designers, playwrights/performers and or artists as they create their own unique history projects. History Club students will take their projects through a local and regional competition (the regional competition is held at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire). Students who do well at the regional competition, will move on to a state competition, and perhaps even the national competition held near Washington, DC.