Georgia College's College of Education hosted its annual History Day Competition this afternoon.
200 middle and high school students from five counties displayed their projects for judges.
This year, the theme was 'Rights and Responsibilities.'
The students had to research a topic they were passionate about and display it in a creative way.
Judge Chuck Puckett and student Parker Wallace both said the competition could help students learn outside the classroom.
Puckett said, "Not just the opportunity to see the project from start to finish, and to feel that sense of accomplishment, but they'll take away from this a better understanding of what their rights are as individuals and their responsibilities as citizens."