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Regional Tournaments Set to Debut For Expanded 2018-2019 National Science Bee

For the past three academic years, the National Science Bee has been offered solely at the National Championship level, being held in conjunction with the US Academic Bee and Bowl National Championships. For the 2018-2019 academic year, we are debuting a series of Regional Finals as well. These will be held at approximately 30-35 sites around the USA from Presidents' [...]

2018-10-07T12:59:12+00:00August 28th, 2018|

Shiva Oswal & Anurag Sodhi Win 2018 National Science Bee

The National Science Bee held its third annual National Championships on June 3-4 at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, GA. Congratulations to our champions and top finishers! Middle School Division (7th and 8th Grade) 1st –  Shiva Oswal – Team Pi-oneers, Cupertino, CA – National Champion 2nd – Patrick Cousins – Aaron Cohn Middle School, Midland, GA 3rd – Lawrence [...]

2018-08-28T14:46:37+00:00August 28th, 2018|

Try the US Geography Olympiad / International Geography Bee Qualifying Exam at Science Bee Regionals!

The National Science Bee's Regional Finals will also include an opportunity for students to take the National Qualifying Exam for the US Geography Olympiad and the International Geography Bee. The same exam is held for both competitions. Students who score high enough on the exam then qualifying for the National Championships of both competitions, which will be held on the same weekend [...]

2018-08-30T23:30:56+00:00August 28th, 2018|

US Academic Bee & National History Bee Regional Finals to be Held at National Science Bee Regional Finals Sites

From Presidents' Day weekend through early April, over 30 National Science Bee Middle School and Elementary School Regional Finals tournaments will be held throughout the USA. Most of these tournaments will be held on weekend dates, and those that are will also feature a tournament for the US Academic Bee (open to all students) and the National History Bee (for those who have [...]

2018-08-30T23:33:45+00:00August 28th, 2018|