Stoller Middle School student Jonathan Tran wins National History Bee

“Beaverton student Jonathan Tran won the middle school level of the National History Bee June 1.

Tran, an eighth-grader at Stoller Middle School out-performed more than 400 others at the National History Bee in Atlanta to seal the win.

He won a trophy plus $1,000 and a Kindle.

Tran worked his way up from the school level to the regional level by taking online history exams. The top regional qualifiers then go head to head, hitting a buzzer and answering questions to qualify for nationals, said Eric Huff, director of operations for the National History Bee.”

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