The National History Bowl is also offered at the Middle School and Elementary School levels. The National History Bowl Middle School and Elementary School National Championships are then held in June each year in conjunction with our other Middle School and Elementary School National Championships. Teams can qualify for the Middle School or Elementary School History Bowl Nationals if they have qualified at an event in either the Junior Varsity or Middle School Divisions or if their school / homeschool association has at least 1 student competing in the History Bee at Nationals, or by submitting a wild card bid that is accepted (please email email@example.com if you are interested in this).
Any student or students from the same school who have qualified for the Middle School or Elementary School National History Bee National Championships may form a team and register to play in the National History Bowl at the Middle School or Elementary School National Championships. Teams may also qualify for the National History Bowl Middle School or Elementary School National Championships by finishing in the top half of the field of League play in the Middle School or Elementary School Division.
Middle School and Elementary School students are also welcome to compete in the History Bowl on teams with students at higher grade levels from the same school. They may also compete for non-magnet public schools (or otherwise selective) if they attend a Middle School that feeds into that non-magnet public school. Middle and Elementary Schoolers wishing to play with older students at a private school must attend the same school.
For further questions about the Middle School History Bowl, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.