At National History Academy, we believe that history is the most important resource to understand where we are as a country today. Knowing where we’ve been gives us the tools to prepare for a better future. In July 2021, the Academy will give you an opportunity to explore the sources of many of America’s current challenges through meaningful discussions with fellow students from around the country. Join us this summer to study defining moments in our history while relating those moments to the important issues we face as a nation today. We have unlimited scholarships so all can attend our online programs this summer.
Middle School and High School
Rising 10th -12th Grade Students
National History Academy students are interested in history because they are concerned about our country. This summer, the Academy provides a series of week-long opportunities for 10th, 11th and 12th-grade high school students to prepare for college through cases developed by Harvard Business School Professor David Moss, exploring events like the creation of the Constitution, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, women’s rights in America, and others. Unlimited scholarships available.
Rising 7th – 9th Grade Students
NHA middle school programs each focus on a core theme crucial to our nation’s development. During our one-week programs this July, middle school students will have the unique opportunity to examine primary source documents and explore historic sites with other students from all across the country. Unlimited scholarships available.
Rising 7th-12th Grade Students
Rising 7th – 12th Grade Students
National History Academy Online is offering a series of free one- to four-day workshops for high school and middle school students this summer. Each workshop will allow students to delve deeper into important historical issues with leading historians and historic site educators. Study Japanese internment during World War II, the impact of Cesar Chavez, the Civil Rights movement and more!
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