IAC regrets to announce that effective immediately, all of its upcoming events through July 2020 are cancelled. This includes all regional tournaments at the high school, middle school, and elementary school levels, both the Varsity/JV and Middle School / Elementary School National Championships and the International History Olympiad and International Geography Bee World Championships. This was not a decision we made lightly, but given the current state of the [...]
International Academic Competitions to Reassume Full Control of Middle School and Elementary Divisions for 2018-2019
We are excited to announce that International Academic Competitions (i.e. the parent umbrella organization that includes the National History Bee and Bowl) will be back in charge of administering the Elementary School and Middle School Divisions of the National History Bee and the National History Bowl. International Academic Competitions will also be the exclusive administrator of the U.S. Academic Bee & Bowl and the US Geography Olympiad and International [...]
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Congratulations to our 2015 Varsity & Junior Varsity National Champions! Saratoga High School, Saratoga, CA- National History Bowl, Varsity Division Hunter College High School, New York City, NY - National History Bowl, JV Division Advanced Math & Sci. Acad., Marlborough, MA - National History Bowl, Varsity Small School Hewlett High School, Hewlett, NY - National History Bowl, Junior Varsity Small School Bruce Lou, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, CA - [...]
Dear National History Bee and Bowl, US Geography Olympiad, & US History Bee Participants, Coaches, Parents, and Advisers, We’re just one week away from the big weekend in Arlington and Washington, DC and we wanted to check in with an update on some brief points before sending along a more extensive email which will go out on either Tuesday or Wednesday of next week with final details, including the [...]
2015 USGO NQQT qualifiers 2015 USHB Nationals Qualifications - Final Dear National History Bee & Bowl, US History Bee, & US Geography Olympiad National Championships Participants! Thank you for signing up for the 2015 National History Bee & Bowl / US History Bee / US Geography Olympiad National Championships! We're two weeks away from the big weekend in Washington, DC and Arlington, VA on April 24-26, and I wanted [...]
(San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – October 2, 2014) The National History Bee and Bowl staff has been busy securing tournament sites and dates around the USA for our fifth year of tournaments, set to begin on October 25. Between then and the end of March, we expect to hold somewhere between 100 and 120 standard high school level tournaments; so tournaments will continue to be scheduled over the [...]
(Rhodes, Greece – August 26, 2014) Welcome to the fifth anniversary year of The National History Bee and Bowl! At the high school level, we’re gearing up for our biggest and best competition year to date. Aside from over 100 Regional and State level tournaments, at all of which you and your team can qualify for our National Championships, we’re going to be expanding the US History Bee, which [...]
NHBB Staff Member Bunnie Hadsall (Montreal – July 7, 2014) Happy summer from The National History Bee and Bowl! While this is our traditional “off-season”, everyone at NHBB is still hard at work preparing for next year’s competitions. We expect to have an update on the International History Olympiad, which will debut in July 2015, available by the end of the month – check www.ihbbglobal.com for the [...]
Congratulations to our new History Bee National Champions – Jonathan Leidenheimer of George Marshall High School (Falls Church, VA) and Daniel Yan of Farragut High School (Farragut, TN)!
National History Bee Varsity Champion Jonathan Leidenheimer (Washington, DC) The National History Bee has just concluded its fourth annual high school National Championships which were held on Sunday, April 27 in Arlington, VA. Over 330 students from as far away as Saipan took part in six rounds of preliminary and three rounds of playoff competition to determine our National Champions – Jonathan Leidenheimer of George Marshall High [...]