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Harbor Day School students that participated in the National History Bee pose for a group photo.  — Photo courtesy Harbor Day School ©
Harbor Day School students that participated in the National History Bee pose for a group photo.
— Photo courtesy Harbor Day School ©

History Fun at Harbor Day

Students from across Southern California gathered at Harbor Day School in Corona del Mar Monday for the regional round of the National History Bee.

For the second year in a row, HDS sixth grader Jean Marie Wanlass earned a spot in the finals.

Harbor Day School student Jean Wanlass will be moving on in the National History Bee competition. — Photo courtesy Harbor Day School ©
Harbor Day School student Jean Wanlass will be moving on in the National History Bee competition.
— Photo courtesy Harbor Day School ©

 

Wanlass said she is thrilled to represent Harbor Day School again at the national finals.

National History Bee finals will be held May 22-24 in Louisville, Ky.

Wanlass also hopes to form a team of students from HDS to travel to Louisville and compete in the optional History Team Bowl event held the same weekend.

Wanlass’ mother, Jean, said the whole family will travel to the final competition to cheer her on.

Several other HDS students also participated, along with about 60 students in the Los Angeles Regional Finals.

The kids answered a variety of questions in several rounds of timed competition.

For more information, visit historybee.com.

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