On Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 10 McComb Legacies students met. They came up with ideas to kick the year off, including a history float in..
On June 12, 2014, eleven students from McComb High School traveled to Washington, D.C. from Mississippi. In addition to competing in the National History Day competition, activities were scheduled..
On January 20, 2014, McComb Legacies students were among the 100 attendees at the unveiling of a Mississippi Freedom Trail marker honoring the legacy of civil rights pioneer Mr. C.C. Bryant at his..
Mary Beth Tinker of the famous Tinker v. DesMoines Supreme Court case visited McComb during her Tinker Tour. Close to 50 years ago at age 13, Tinker was one of a group of students who were suspended..
We extend a big congratulations to McComb Legacies teacher (2012-2013) Falana McDaniel and to McComb Legacies partner the Samuel Proctor Program for the awards they received at the 2013 Oral History..
Fourteen high school students and five staff members from McComb, Mississippi arrived in Washington, DC on June 8, 2013 for the National History Day competition. In addition to the competition,..
In the forty-five years since he visited Mississippi as a Lincoln University student, Ron Walker was pleased to find students taking control of their own learning and documenting their own history...
We are pleased to share the news of this award for McComb Legacies from the Mississippi Historical Society. The Mississippi Historical Society announced the 2013 Award of Merit winners at its annual..
On June 12, 2014, eleven students from McComb High School traveled to Washington, D.C. from Mississippi. In addition to competing in the..
“Education: A Civil Right and a Personal Responsibility” is a 2014 documentary produced by McComb Legacies students on the 50th..
McComb high school student Noah Martin was selected to participate on panel for the national summit for youth about Freedom Summer, hosted..