The National History Bee and Bowl held its 2017 National Championships on April 21-23 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA and the Middle East Institute in Washington, DC.
Congratulations to our new National Champions!
Varsity National History Bowl: Westview High School, Portland, OR
JV National History Bowl: Beavercreek High School, Beavercreek, OH
Varsity History Bowl Most Valuable Player: Jonathan Tran, Westview High School
Junior Varsity History Bowl Most Valuable Player: Hari Parameswaran, Beavercreek High School
Varsity National History Bowl (Small School): Lehigh Valley Academy, Bethlehem, PA
JV National History Bowl (Small School): Leonia High School, Leonia, NJ
Varsity National History Bee: Jakob Myers, Naperville North High School, Naperville, IL
JV National History Bee: Justin Young, McLean High School, McLean, VA
Varsity US History Bee: Jonathan Tran, Westview High School, Portland, OR
JV US History Bee: William Golden, James E. Taylor High School, Katy, TX
Varsity US Geography Olympiad: Kyle Yu, Westlake High School, Westlake, OH
JV US Geography Olympiad: Avi Goel, Merryhill Middle School, Milpitas, CA
Varsity Sports and Entertainment History Bee: Sam Brochin, Hunter College High School, New York, NY
JV Sports and Entertainment History Bee: William Golden, James E. Taylor High School, Katy, TX
Lorenz Cup Varsity Bowl: Darien High School, Darien, CT
Lorenz Cup Junior Varsity Bowl: Torah Academy of Bergen County, Teaneck, NJ
Preliminary results from the National History Bee and the National History Bowl, along with JV Bowl evening pools, are available at www.nhbbstats.com This stats link also has full results from both geography events and the US History Bee.
The remaining results will be posted shortly, along with Sports and Entertainment Bee results and the full Excel spreadsheet listing tournament rankings for every team, along with information on Small School, Homeschool, Solo Team, and Middle School results.
NHBB gratefully thanks everyone who attended our 2017 National Championships and ensured the success of a competition with over 1000 competing students from 40 states and Washington, DC! We would also like to thank our writers, our staff of nearly 200 readers, scorekeepers, statisticians, and logisticians; as well as the Crystal Gateway Marriott and the Middle East Institute for hosting the competition. See you in the 2017-18 competition year!