Campbellsville High School students are learning about 19th century reform movements.
Students in Susan Dabney’s advanced placement United States history class, students worked in groups to research different reform movements.
They created presentations about the movements with details about education, labor, mental health, religion, temperance and women’s rights as experienced during their movement.
When their presentations were finished, students hosted an event in the school’s media center to share their information with their fellow CHS students.
CHS junior Tristan Johnson presents about the temperance reform movement.
CHS senior Bryce Richardson, at left, and junior Reagan Knight present about the Brook Farm reform movement.
CHS juniors Randy Harris, at left, and Dakota Reardon present about the Second Great Awakening reform movement.
CHS juniors Treyce Mattingly, at left, and Jackson Hinton present about the millennials reform movements.
CHS juniors Cameron Bohannon, at left, and Spencer Swafford present.
CHS junior Jackson Hinton presents about the millennials reform movement.
CHS juniors Elizabeth Sullivan, at left, and Hayley Stapleton present about the New Harmony reform movement.
CHS juniors Jeremiah Jackson, at left, and Samantha Mason present about the transcendentalism reform movement.
CHS juniors Davon Cecil, at left, and Ryan Kearney present.
CHS junior Ian McAninch presents about the labor reform movement.