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Rochester student to compete in national geographic, history bees

  A Rochester 11-year-old will be representing Minnesota in the National Geographic Bee in May, and the National History Bee in June. Lucas Eggers, who is home-schooled and the son of Scott and Tiffany Eggers, of Rochester, took first place Friday at the National Geographic Society 2014 Minnesota State Geographic Bee in St. Cloud. Eggers also received a top score Read More…


Students Compete in Bee

DANVILLE — Five North Ridge Middle School MATS — Motivating Academically Talented Students — and two East Park Elementary School students participated last week in the National History Bee regional finals in Indianapolis, where all seven Danville students qualified to advance to the national championship in June in Atlanta. “With all seven going, we’re one Read More…


Kirkland students qualify for National History Bee

“Four Finn Hill Middle School students took part in the regional finals of the National History Bee on March 8 in Seattle. Finn Hill seventh grader Frances Bigelow won the competition, and three other students, sixth graders Christian Harmon, Madison Merwine and Marko Milovanovic, also advanced to the National History Bee competition in Atlanta in Read More…


Rogers, Berry Miller students advancing to National History Bee

“Four Pearland ISD history buffs are looking ahead to the National History Bee in June after top scores at the Houston Regional Finals Feb. 18. Berry Miller Junior High and Rogers Middle School students showed off their historical knowledge at the regional competition, qualifying to compete at the national bee. Berry Miller’s Brian Pavillar was Read More…


Homeschooler named regional National History Bee champ

“With the field whittled down from about 40 middle-schoolers to four, Joshua Orsi had the lead and needed just one more point to take top honors at the National History Bee’s regional competition in Phoenix recently. But the next question sounded like gibberish at first, until Orsi heard “Hadrian’s Wall” and hit his buzzer, an instant too Read More…


Students Buzzing About History

“A group of about 50 elementary and middle school students were buzzing about history at a Corona del Mar campus this week. The Los Angeles Regional Championship of the National History Bee was held Monday at Harbor Day School. It was great to see the kids thrive, said HDS history teacher, Jon Grogan. “I felt Read More…


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 Read More…


Five siblings in National History Bee

Five Oakland siblings, four of them quadruplets, showed off their knowledge  of history June 1 when they attended the Second National History Bee in  Atlanta. Swata Alagar, 14, along with Rajan, Krishnan, Indra and Jaya Alagar, all 12,  competed against 440 students from 47 states in a “Jeopardy!”-like buzzer  contest that tested their knowledge of Read More…


Student Achieves Third-Place Finish in National History Bee

“A fourth-grade student at Edna Louise Spear Elementary School has achieved a national honor: Lucas Welinder has placed third in a nationwide history competition. Lucas tested his knowledge of history against 31 other students nationwide who qualified for the national level of a history bee. Questions spanned both world history and American history and were based on history Read More…


Way to Go: Alec Fischthal, Woodmere

A Woodmere teenager took the trophy as first runner-up in this year’s National History Bee in Atlanta, which included 440 students from 47 states. Alec Fischthal, an eighth-grader at Woodmere Middle School, won second place this month in the bee, which ended a yearlong competition featuring thousands of middle school and elementary students. Read full Read More…


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      A Rochester 11-year-old will be representing Minnesota in the National Geographic Bee in May, and the National History Bee in June. Lucas Eggers, who is home-schooled and the son of Scott and Tiffany Eggers, of Rochester, took first place Friday at the National Geographic Society 2014 Minnesota State Geographic Bee in St. Cloud. Eggers also received a top score Read More…

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