Join us for the 2014 National Finals!
A list of students who qualified for the National Finals can be found here. For more details about the National Finals and how to register, please visit this page. Rooms at the Hilton Atlanta can be reserved by clicking here. We hope to see you there!
Atlanta Regional Finals POSTPONED
Due to inclement weather in the southeastern United States, the National History Bee will be POSTPONING the ATLANTA Regional Finals. The event will be rescheduled for April 29th; specific details can be found here. The Charlotte Regional Finals will continue as planned. We ask that any participant uncomfortable with traveling to Charlotte, please refrain from doing so.
Regional Finals this Spring!
The ORQE is now closed and the Regional Finals are about to begin! If you or your student participated in the ORQE, you should have received information regarding your qualification for Regional Finals. If you don’t yet know whether you qualified, please contact us via phone 864-475-1776 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). More information about the Regional Finals found here.
ORQE Deadline Extended
Due to inclement weather across the United States this January, the National History Bee has decided to extend the ORQE deadline to 11pm on Tuesday, January 28th. We wish everyone a safe winter and the best of luck on the ORQE!
On June 1st, Jonathan Tran and Foster Michaelis won the Middle and Elementary Divisions of the National History Bee, respectively. Both Jonathan and Foster exhibited an incredibly impressive amount of history knowledge over the course of the day and went home with the gold! The finish of all of our Nationals participants can be found here (Elementary Division) and here (for Middle School). We hope everyone who attended enjoyed themselves and joins us in our excitement for the 2013-2014 National History Bee!
What is the National History Bee?
The National History Bee is an exciting new history competition for school children across America. Participating students progress from the school level to the regional level and finally to the National Championship until one student is crowned the National History Bee Champion!
What makes the National History Bee unique? Unlike other activities, participants in the National History Bee compete head-to-head to be the first to “buzz-in” with the correct answer. What results is a competition that tests a student’s knowledge in a fun and exciting way! For more information about the specific stages of the National History Bee, click here.