Why Join the NHC?
When you join the National History Club, you join students and teachers from around the country in learning, reading, writing, and living history. The NHC's main goal is to bring together students and teachers with a real passion for history, helping them learn from each other's ideas, experiences, and stories, which are distributed through our tri-annual eNewsletter, monthly eUpdates, and other communication methods.
We do not limit the scope of activities that a chapter may participate in—each club is allowed to navigate its own course. This allows for a wide-range of really interesting activities that are displayed in each Newsletter and on our website. Schools are free to decide whether their chapter will be a regular History Club (open to all) or a History Honor Society (with specific requirements for induction). The NHC also co-sponsors multiple award programs to recognize outstanding student members, Advisors, and chapters.
East Bladen High School (NC) visiting the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh.
Henry Clay High School (KY) in their Club's "History Lab", which contains hundreds of historical artifacts.
The National History Club is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aims to build the reading, research, communication and analytical skills students need to become competent citizens and leaders by inspiring large numbers of secondary school students to implement and participate in history-related programs in their schools and communities.
National History Club
P.O. Box 957
Westwood, MA 02090