(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 [...]
(Hanoi, Vietnam – June 18, 2014) For the third successive year, The National History Bee and Bowl has been privileged to sponsor the National Quizbowl Awards, which were distributed at the National All Star Academic Tournament held in Columbus, OH on Sunday, June 15. These awards are given out to the best all-subject quizbowl players in the country, though performance at NHBB events is certainly taken into account. 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 [...]
(Washington, DC) The National History Bowl has just concluded its fourth annual National Championships, which were held on April 26-27 in Arlington, Virginia and at various host sites throughout the Washington, DC metro area. 216 teams from across the country competed over 15 rounds of competition. The champions in the Varsity division were the Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy (LASA) of Austin, Texas. Coached by Jason Flowers, the team [...]